WWII Recognition

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Re: WWII Recognition

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I'm guessing George V. 1910-1936.

On the other hand, it mitren't be.

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Re: WWII Recognition

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You'll get this, but I'm planning to get tougher.....
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Is it a Vickers Wellesley?
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Yes I also reckon it’s a Vickers Wellesley :agree: EricT
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Airspeed wrote:
31 Mar 2020, 13:18
You'll get this, ....
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Oh thank you!, :excited: I've always wanted one!
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Re: WWII Recognition

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airboatr wrote:
31 Mar 2020, 15:33

Oh thank you!, :excited: I've always wanted one!
:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Nice response, Joe! :lol: :lol: (but no observer's badge for you, young man).

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Re: WWII Recognition

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Damn the badge, I want the aeroplane!
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Re: WWII Recognition

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Name it, the location, and name the pilot, and it's yours.
Would you like that gift wrapped, Joe?

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Re: WWII Recognition

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Name it, the location, and name the pilot, and it's yours.
Would you like that gift wrapped, Joe?
Arthur (what else?), in the air, Pontious(I know!)
If those answers are correct it can be gifted to Joe who can decide the colour of the wrapping paper. :agree: EricT
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