Help needed for Junglies farewell flight.

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  1. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Wondering if anyone can help. The junglies are doing a farewell flight this Monday the 21st March in their Seakings around the West country.

    I've got some relatives (saddo's) who want to wave and cheer at the Helo's as they fly past...... Is there a time table for the flight or does anyone know the timings? The area I'm interested in is the Taunton/Norton Manor area of Somerset.

  2. Here you go Blobs!


    And welcome back!
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  3. There you go WB combined SB & Bal
    Posts above and even you should be able to work it out, just remember they are UK times and not down under times?
  4. wet_blobby

    wet_blobby War Hero Moderator

    Cheers fellas, that's good as gold. Thanks. :)
  5. Not much point flying over Raleigh, they're on leave on March 31st ;)
  6. Good job that is the OOS date and not FP then, they will all be to busy polishing and ironing to notice any way?
  7. And wanking :eek:
  8. Just re-read the Western Gazette, it's the 21st, not the 31st the flypast takes place so they'll be over Guzz today.

    My bad :oops:
  9. that wot I said Out of Service (OOS) and Fly Past (FP):p
  10. exJenny

    exJenny War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    They've just flown over Raleigh
  11. 10 mins late then?
  12. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

  13. janner

    janner War Hero Book Reviewer

  14. Bloody noise they were too! I was in the middle of invigilating an oral board and they definitely put the guy off his stroke.
  15. You could have phrased that a lot better:D
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  16. redmonkey

    redmonkey Badgeman Book Reviewer

    That's because the daily mail are a load of pricks
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  17. Well they have taken nearly all reference to the crabs out of the story now, only a vid re Coastguard and RAF in the piece. Lots and lots of comments thought :)

    Then there's the vid re Former SAS Helos sitting in a hanger, er one Yellow (crab) one Grey and Red RN Air Sea Rescue and a green un, how they deduce these were SAS is beyond me
  18. It's the Wail, they can't spell SAR!

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