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Dave C

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  • Birthday 08/21/1949

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  1. Hi Tony you may find that the Kent Fire Brigade museum the other side of West Kingsdown will have all the information you need plus manuals etc. If you need more then look no further than the Fire Service Preservation Group, a link to there Facebook page is also below. http://www.kentfirefightingmuseum.org.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/534511639928632/ Dave
  2. No Foam was never carried on Green Goddess's. They were primarily for pumping high volumes of water.
  3. If you are having no joy on line. Try asking in this group, Fire Service Preservation Group (FSPG) link below. https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=fire%20service%20preservation%20group%20(fspg) We used the Yellow 3 Cell torch when wearing Breathing Apparatus and the Blue two well touch for general use. So you should be able to get a new Key from Someone on that site. Dave
  4. That's a standard BARDIC Safety Torch still in production.
  5. I regret to inform you that while on a trip to FortBorstal Rochester yesterday. Tony B was attacked by a hoard of Zombies. His Dodge WC54 was then turned into a Zombie NAFFE wagon.
  6. Hi Murman This group will be able to help you. https://www.facebook.com/groups/534511639928632/
  7. Hi I amwondering if there is any WW11 vehicle owners who would be interested inbringing their pride and joy to a Photo Shoot being arranged at Fort Borstalnear Rochester in Kent on the Sunday the 21 February 2016 from 12.00 till 18.00. A link toFort Borstal and its history is below. http://www.fortborstal.co.uk/ The Fort ison private land and not accessible to the general public. The photoshoot is being arranged by friends of mine Carrie and Daniel Hoey (CDHEvents) the main theme is to be WW11, with additional sets being planned. There will be Models in dress in keeping with themes etc. Also if there are a few re enactors willing to attend they will be most welcome also. Many photographers both professional and keen armatures (like me) will beattending. Photos of any vehicles or re enactors, attendingwith or without Models etc will be sent free of charge to owners by thephotographers. As this is an ancient historic monument and not open to the public sothis is a great opportunity to see Fort Borstal. Please PM me if interested.
  8. Dave C

    Spitfire crash

    http://www.kent.fire-uk.org/news/incidents/?entryid2=6041 Dave
  9. Hi Lance I live just outside Dartford. If you PM me we can get this sorted for you. Dave
  10. Some great restoration work ! http://www.kentonline.co.uk/dover/news/the-last-first-world-war-41002/
  11. Hi all I am unsure if any of these links have been posted before, but I am spending many hours looking at training films etc covering mostly the US army and navy air force etc. Here is one link to "Normandy - The Airborne Invasion Of Fortress Europe " Mastering the Bazooka Rocket Launcher - 1943 WW2: Seabees - The Navy's fighting construction men the World over (1944) plenty of "cats" etc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AaNA0H-i-z4 WW2: Salvage and Reclamation (1945) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUo5VD3DThc There are many more. Dave
  12. I am unsure if this link has been shown before on here, sorry if it has. http://www.kfzderwehrmacht.de/Homepage_english/Motor_Vehicles/Great_Britain/great_britain.html Dave
  13. I also found these postings moving and bringing to life what it would have been like to see these sites and sound that would have happened across England between 1914 and 1918
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