Who else apart from the author and Subsonic remembers the fateful day back in 1974 when all Wednesday night disco's were banned in the NAAFI due to the unfortunate and untimely death of a young girl outside the Medical Centre in Ashford. On that same fateful day, Highlander Spy and a Para transferee had just dropped off their girlfriends in Pluckley and were returning to Templer Barracks when they were stopped by the law - Its a pity that the Morris 1000 car HS borrowed from a Rag and Oil clerk had no Tax, Insurance, MOT or number plates but that's life That same night, an old and bold Corporal (would he ever make it to Sgt) was caught with the young daughter of an Australian Exchange Officer after she had attempted suicide, the wife of a senior officer, in Northern Ireland at the time, was caught in Block 6 with a young JNCO and the Scots Guards Drill Sergeant was caught in a compromising position with a female trainee in a Mini on the drill square car park. Oh ! and a former theology student had forgotten to give the old and bold Cpl his key to his bunk so the Cpl was locked out ! When the Orderly Sgt eventually broke into his bunk, at around 0300 hours, he was surprised to find more petrol in Jerricans than the nearest POL Point. Why they banned the disco, I have no idea Wasn't Don Maclean's American Pie still popular then ?