ouman. Every ex SADF/SAAF soldier understands this and the camaraderie associated with it.

Every ex SADF/SAAF soldier understands this and the camaraderie associated with it.

The South African Border War, often referred to by South Africans as the Angolan Bush War, was a conflict that took place from 1966 to 1989, largely in South-West Africa (now Namibia) & Angola. It was fought between South Africa + its allied forces (the National Union for the Total Independence of Angola, UNITA) on the one side, & the Angolan government + South-West Africa People's Organisation (SWAPO) + their allies (Cuba) on the other.

The South African Border War, often referred to by South Africans as the Angolan…

This photo was taken about the fourth day after SADF had attacked Onjiva in Operation Protea.. Bats and Ratels had spent 3 days clearing the trenches of the big Fapla base next to the airport...tons of captured Soviet weapons and equipment was brought together and driven/loaded back to SA.

This photo was taken about the fourth day after SADF had attacked Onjiva in Operation Protea. Bats and Ratels had spent 3 days clearing the trenches of the big Fapla base next to the airport.tons of captured Soviet weapons and equipment was brought tog

Inspection look at those floors like a mirror

Inspection look at those floors like a mirror

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