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  • Halls9261 - Saturday 4 August 2018 17:58
    Photo: Ron L Milner
    July 1965
  • Cornell6388 - Wednesday 30 May 2018 00:42
    Hodson, Abbotts, McKinnon, ??, Fran Fourie, Sheriff, St. John's rep., Black.
  • Cornell6388 - Monday 14 May 2018 21:05
    Photo provided by Ken Mackay.
    Names provided by Rich Robinson
  • Cornell6388 - Thursday 15 February 2018 03:32
    Photo provided by Brian Shires. Uploaded by Will Cornell.
  • Cornell6388 - Saturday 9 December 2017 03:00
    Harries became Dep. Commissioner, Grimes became an Asst. Commissioner and Van Niekerk retired as Chief Supt. after being Commandant at Tomlinson Depot and went on to serve as a valuable linguist at SB HQ.
  • Cornell6388 - Saturday 4 November 2017 01:22
    3976 A/Comm. David John "Taffy" Morgan. Possible retirement photo.
  • Cornell6388 - Saturday 4 November 2017 01:19
    John Taylor from Rothmans shaking Compol's hand.
  • Cornell6388 - Wednesday 1 November 2017 16:50
    Members were 'instructed' that as the Queen Mum was to be at the prior cocktail party, an assigned photographer would take photos when she was present. Most of us honoured that request. Unfortunately, I have yet to see any good photos of the QM meeting individually with all the members which she graciously undertook to accomplish.
  • McCarthy169 - Wednesday 25 October 2017 05:47
    W.P.O. Mariette Van Heerden - Rhodesian Athlete and trained by Mike Lambourne whilst in Depot
  • McCarthy169 - Wednesday 25 October 2017 05:43
    1975 - Opening of Parliament - W.S.O. 424 Clarke attending to General Peter Walls' arrival at the House of Parliament