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#5
Ian will be sorely missed within the flying fraternity. I knew "Shoo" very well and we had many a night "on the pop" whilst I was still serving. What a tragedy. Condolences to Ians family.
 
#6
Only just found out.

Damn shame. Condolences to the family and his many friends.
 

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#7
Was it not Shooey who landed a lynx on the roof of HQ BIFI at the end of a tour, slightly upseting the general and his staff ? Or does my memory begin to fail me !

I recall him as one of life's laid back gentlemen.

Condolences to all close to him.
 
#8
It is with a heavy heart that I read the tragic news and I am in complete shock. I knew both men well but lost touch with them over the years. My thoughts are with their families during this very hard time. Ian was one of the most decent men Iknew and a fellow QPR fan to boot, he will be sadly missed. Served with Nev for a time in Hong Kong, and he was a star.
 

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