WITH hordes of yobs running amok, it’s not hard to hear the growing crescendo, ‘Stick ’em in the Army – it never done me no ‘arm’, as those of us of a certain age remember the years of our own youth. They do have a point, though none of us would have admitted it at […]
I CONSIDER myself one of the luckiest people to have ever done their National Service. After the usual training in 1952, I was posted to the Air Ministry in London in the Signals Office. I was living in Surrey so lived at home and travelled in daily. After 12 months I was summoned to the […]
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