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Localisation : Limavady, N.I.
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PostSubject: Munster   28/11/2008, 18:02

Is there anyone out there who remembers the names of the MSO attached to 31 Fd Ambulance in Oxford Barracks?

I believe that one was Stan, and another Walter. Even those names are "maybe".

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PostSubject: Re: Munster   27/10/2010, 20:27

Stan Stancovitchcame to 2ADFA from 31 Fld Amb, other was Garth, but I am not certain who came with them as most moved with us from 7 Fld Amb on the amalgomation.
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