Looking at the stats of the contributers to RR it seems as if there could well be some who served in Fearless in 1970. If so, I would be very interested to know if they still have a copy of "The Wessex Gasette" which I produced on behalf of the 845 detachment. In the first of the three issues produced I printed an ode to the Wessex. The old memory is failing a bit and I seem to get a lot of "Senior moments" therefore I can only remember bits of the song. The first verse went something like:- Four blades on my wessex, And I'm just flying along My ASE is running free, The choppy sea don't bother me As I'm singing the Wessex song The chorus included:- Singing, down a bit down a bit, keep the stick tight I'l be back in the wardroom tonight Left a bit, left a bit, hovering well Just can't wait for the after lift bell! The remaimng verses are now lost in the depths of time, but the final verse went:- No blades on my Wessex and I'm not flying along A A A A A R R R G G G H H H!!! On second thoughts perhaps it's best left in the past - What do the great unwashed masses think?