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".

Medics looked after them all - and back home the same guys could only change bed pans in the hospitals

Medics looked after them all - and back home the same guys could only change bed pans in the hospitals

Paper, metal and cloth is what they give a veteran if you survived, this can get lost or be destroyed but the scars on your sole will last until you die.

Paper, metal and cloth is what they give a veteran if you survived, this can get lost or be destroyed but the scars on your sole will last until you die.

Special Assignment : Skeletons of Cuito Cuanavale Part1 05 July 2015 - YouTube

The Battle of Cuito Cuanavale in was an important episode in the Angolan Civil War to Between 9 September and 7 October the Armed .

No greater thing can a man do than lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13

My Tribute to the SADF

No greater thing can a man do than lay down his life for his friends.

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