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Don lists his 31 operations and recounts how having arrived for the briefing for his first operation, he was…
#2 is 12 men and women from the SSQ staff.
#3 is 12 men and women in front of trucks, captioned 'Staff'.
#4 is a red and white control caravan.
#5 is an ambulance.
#6 is a Nissen hut…
#2 is Station Sick Quarters staff at RAF Wigsley. Captioned 'Berry, Duncan, Gibbs, Williams, Corthine, Hobbley, Smith, Crowther, Sinclair, Green, Rattie'. Robert…
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