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".

South African Commemorative Museum at Delville Woods (WWI) in Northern France  SADF.info

South African Commemorative Museum at Delville Woods (WWI) in Northern France

Army Vehicles, Military Armor, Defence Force, Armored Car, Military Equipment, Battleship, Armour, Warfare, South Africa

Border War Weapons

Bush Wars conflict mod a modification for Armed Assault simulating the South Africa - Angola Bushwar 1966 - 1989

Rewarding the survivers of a war with medals. Still the scars has not healed. I salute you my brothers.

Rewarding the survivers of a war with medals. Still the scars has not healed. I salute you my brothers.

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