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PostSubject: delmenhorst   14/8/2007, 22:51

My Dad JK Willoughby, was at Delmenhorst in 55-57, national service,
he was
5 AGRA WKSHP
77 HAA
30TH HAA REGT
REME
he has no photos so if anyone from that era has any to post on the site it would bring back memories for him .
his number 23123119
did his training at blanford
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PostSubject: Reme N/S May1953/1955   17/3/2008, 23:29

Greetings from Scotland.

Read you email tonight. I was at Delmenhorst 1954/55 as an ECE/AA.
I did by basic training at Honiton, then at No 5 Training Batt. Arborfield.
before posting to Delmenhorst.

I was based in the REME W/shop, but was always out on training schemes
with 30 Regt. RA. Our team serviced the HAA guns and the early computers, alongside the Radar Team, who looked after the Radar Sets.

Kind regards,

Bob Cloughley. No 22873238
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PostSubject: Delmenhorst   10/11/2008, 17:32

Hi there. I'm posting this message on behalf of my father Donald Turner.
He was stationed at Delmenhorst between May 1954 and July 1955. He was a radar mechanic with 5 AGRA REME workshops. From July 1955 to December 1956 he was stationed at AA ranges at Todendorf.
Prior to that he did his basic training at No. 1 Training Batt at Blandford (Sept to Nov 53) and at No.5 Training Batt at Arborfield (Nov 53 to April 54).
He would love to hear from anyone who remembers him or anyone who served with 5 AGRA REME workshop at that time.
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PostSubject: Delmenhorst   3/3/2009, 18:22

Mark,
Please look under the Todendorf site for a reply to your enquiry.
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PostSubject: Re: delmenhorst   8/12/2012, 22:13

my late dad lofty was in the reme seconded to 30th reg ra between 52-55 he had a small workshop to the north of the parade ground, he was the reg recvery unit when they went out on sceams, have some pics of the time just don't know how to scan andpost them
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PostSubject: Re: delmenhorst   8/12/2012, 23:18

Would be of help if you put a name ... Lofty is a bit vague .. I had a good REME buddy called Lofty Meadows ..

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PostSubject: Re: delmenhorst   9/12/2012, 15:24

sorry my dads name was lofty dorrington he shared his workshop with tiffy porter
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