WWII RE Bomb Disposal George Medal Recipient Maj Lionel Meynell

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Compleatly wrong threas but am a newbie and i have no idea how to start my own thread was wondering could you answer??? my hubby just joined (planty) , and i was wondering if anyone knew were he would be based? His pref was obv northern ireland ( aldergrove ) we'r from sunny Belfast! but am getting the impression it will be maidestone?? training starts september 11th ... He is a plant 2 engineer with the TA / do you think this will help with moving his phase 2 on? The reason i ask is because i want to move in with ASAP with our little one! i know hel be away alot the least i can do is be there to make his dinner at night
Are you for real?! Please read what this thread is about.
 
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Yep received this yesterday from Foss, a sad day for us all.
 
#5
Yep received this yesterday from Foss, a sad day for us all.
Not many of the Old Boys left now mate. Foss is doing a great job of getting the word around that the RE BD Association isn't just for WWII Vets but for all who have served in RE Bomb Disposal over the years and especially those who are serving now, who will be the future of the Association, they have an Annual Dinner in the Sgts Mess at Wimbish as well as have a stand at the Regimental Open Day and thanks to Foss and his contact lists online the word of these is being spread more and more; due to his diligence the Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal Branch was represented by over 50 serving and former members of the Corps for the march past on Remembrance Day last year, the most to attend in many years.

Well Done to Foss for his hard work...
 
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Not many of the Old Boys left now mate. Foss is doing a great job of getting the word around that the RE BD Association isn't just for WWII Vets but for all who have served in RE Bomb Disposal over the years and especially those who are serving now, who will be the future of the Association, they have an Annual Dinner in the Sgts Mess at Wimbish as well as have a stand at the Regimental Open Day and thanks to Foss and his contact lists online the word of these is being spread more and more; due to his diligence the Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal Branch was represented by over 50 serving and former members of the Corps for the march past on Remembrance Day last year, the most to attend in many years.

Well Done to Foss for his hard work...
Foss does excellent work and it is my shame that I will not be able to make the reunion next week as it promises to be an almighty piss up. It is especially bad considering I only live 4 mile from the Barracks gate.
 

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