South African Troops during the Border War or also known as the Bush War.

South African Troops during the Border War, also known as the Bush War.

South African Conscripts - Basic training PT lame arms afterwards

South African Conscripts - Basic training PT lame arms afterwards

Ratel 72 , 30th July1982 Ops Meebos hit a double cheese mine

Ratel 72 , Ops Meebos hit a double cheese mine

In 1960 fifteen volunteers from the SADF were sent to England, the majority to train as parachute instructors, some as parachute-packers and one SAAF pilot in the dropping of paratroopers. These formed the nucleus of 1 Parachute Battalion at Tempe in Bloemfontein. The first paratroopers were Permanent Force men, but soon the training of Citizen Force paratroopers commenced. Members of 1 Parachute Battalion were the first S.A. Army men to see action after WWII.

1 Parachute Battalion (Ex Alto is the only full-time paratroop unit…

Operations conducted during the South African Border War.

Essay of south african war 1899 The South African War On 9 October 1899 the SAR issued an ultimatum to Britain and two days later, on 11 October the war was officially declared between.

Ondangwa base -wow, sometime in the 70's

Ondangwa base -wow, sometime in the

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