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THE PERSONAL PHOTO COLLECTION OF:
Graham du Toit
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Fort Doppies after it burnt down...
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Air Force Base Rooikop like most Army Bases was strategically placed in the middle of nowhere. At least we had the Armour Eland 90 and Eland 60 Noddy Cars to keep us company . Here we see the Army base on the left just below Rooikop and the SAAF Base to the right of the Runway.
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A Eland 90 Noddy Car on Patrol. The Eland 90 and 60 Noddy Cars carved out a name for themselves in the anals of history from Ops Savannah in 1975/76, through to the end of the Bush War in 1989.
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Troops on a Unimog at Rundu 1976.
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Beacon 13 was another of those exciting Army places strategically placed in the middle of nowhere. This is what it looked like in 1976.
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Bulldog APC
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SAAF Rhino Armoured Personnel carrier seen here at AFB M'pacha
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Hurricane Base, Ruacana
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Elundu
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53 Battalion base, Etale
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The lookout Tower at Concor Base
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Nkongo
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Okatopi
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There was a common tradition in the SADF for getting your Grensvegter "GV" photo taken usually holding an LMG in your best "Rambo" pose, without a shirt and carrying as much belted ammunition as possible or alternatively, a group photo together with your mates in the same "GV" pose. It was therefore
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The KamAZ-4310 vehicle pictured in this photograph was being used by FAPLA forces in Southern Angola and was living a relatively charmed life until 1981 when the vehicle encountered SADF Forces in Xangongo during Ops Protea. It was during this encounter where things became seriously unstuck.
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2 Squadron Mirage III R2Z in flight. Sadly this beautiful aircraft crashed and was written off at Kimberley on 27 October 1977
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A sight never to been seen in South Africa again. 28 Squadron C160Z Transall aircraft on parade. Only 337 is preserved at the SAAF Museum, Swartkop. The remainder were all scrapped after being officially withdrawn from service.
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Just when you thought you were alone out there. A close-up view of our friendly C160Z Transall.
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C160Z Transall lifts off from AFB Ondangwa on a troop and re-supply mission to Eenhana, Nkongo and Ruacana.
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