Bush war - our casualties

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Casualties of war

TAKING THE WAR TO SWAPO

32 Battalion. From 1978 SWAPO adopted the tactic of

Fire-power on a mission - SADF 61 Mechanised Battle Group heads west of Ruacana in South West Africa/Namiba en route to Cunene in Angola 1988 - Operation Hilti/Excite. West Africa, South Africa, Once Were Warriors, Army Day, Military Branches, Defence Force, Fire Powers, African History, Armed Forces

Ratel convoy

61 Mechanised Battalion heads west of Ruacana en route to Cunene Province in Angola in response to the Cuban advance southwards. 22 October 1988

Buffalo Graveyard of 32 Bn Soldiers SADF, You are not forgotten Military Life, Military History, Military Insignia, Defence Force, My Land, Special Forces, Troops, South Africa, Cold War

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32 Battalion graveyard, the forgotten heroes. Military Life, Military History, Defence Force, African History, Special Forces, Troops, Dolores Park, South Africa, World

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32 Battalion, the forgotten heroes. You will not be forgotten

A fallen brother brought home.

Funeral of a South African Troopie.

The Buffel troop carrier in which Lance corporal Carl Craemer died on the of February

The Buffel troop carrier in which Lance corporal Carl Craemer died on the of February

I do beleive that this was the Command Casspir of "Whisky Whisky" which hit a landmine Once Were Warriors, World Conflicts, Defence Force, Military Service, My Heritage, Cold War, Military Vehicles, South Africa, Monster Trucks

I do beleive that this was the Command Casspir of "Whisky Whisky" which hit a landmine

Africa's Commandos - new book on the RLI - Page 6 Executive Jet, Ol Days, Good Ol, Special Forces, New Books, Army, African, Military, The Unit

Africa's Commandos - new book on the RLI - Page 6

JMA, Amidst your post was: I learnt when in Zimbabwe in 1985 that operational security lapses had caused immense concern and aside from the "usual suspects" some thought was given to the regular arrival of external supporters before each major external operation. Supporters who provided the funding and more - they were not identified, but the finger of suspicion pointed northwards to Arabia. Their arrival in executive jets invariably was to Salisbury and could have been monitored.

Destroyed Olifant tank