AMAZING WWII - MILITARY FIGHTER AIRCRAFT DOES LOW PASS ON THE BEACH AS TROOPS SCATTER AND DUCK!

South African Air Force HARVARD low pass over the Langebaan lagoon. Troops probably from the Military Academy, Saldanha.

South African Air Force Short Sunderland flying boat, operating from Lake Umsingazi, Zululand, during WWII.

South African Air Force Short Sunderland flying boat, operating from Lake Umsingazi, Zululand, during WWII, flying over Durban.

Those were the days (1981) - SADF. I remember digging the pits for these latrines. We used to call them "go-karts". They stood out in the hot African sun and got very hot. When doing your number two you first had to cool the seat down with water, otherwise you ran the risk of blisters on your behind!

During the South African Border war (Grensoorlog), toilets were in the open and were called "go-carts".

Olifant-Mk1B ,The Olifant mk1B main battle tank was Centurion tanks redesigned and rebuilt by the Olifant Manufacturing Company, OMC Engineering pty Ltd, based in South Africa. Development of the Olifant started in 1976 and first entered service with the South African Armoured

(OMC) Engineering pty Ltd. Development of the Olifant started in 1976 & first entered service w/ the South African Armoured Core.

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