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Two Impala Mk IIs on armed reconnaissance
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Photograph taken from inside a C160Z Landing at Eenhana in 1978
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C-160Z Transall bringing replacement/change-over troops to AFB Ondangwa seen here taxying past Fort Rev, AFB Ondangwa during 1983.
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View of C160Z Transall Cockpit
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Here we see the two 30mm DEFA Cannons on this Impala Mk II in the process of convincing wrongdoers to mend their ways.
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View of the Crew of a C160Z Transall at the controls as seen from the cockpit "passenger" seat.
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A glimpse into the murky and secret world of Fort Rev at AFB Ondangwa as seen from the Top Cover Alouette III Helicopter Gunship.
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Impala Mk II Tactical Reconnaissance Photograph taken near Ondangwa. Spot the Impala Mk II in the middle at the bottom of the photograph. This will give you an indication of how low the aircraft were flying when this photograph was taken.
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81mm Mortar Position at Nepara Base, Sector 20.
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Look at all those lovely 81mm High Explosive and Illuminating Mortar Bombs just waiting patiently for the opportunity to fly off into the wilderness and create mayhem amongst the wrongdoers.
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This was Charlie Tower taken in 1987
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Someone on the receiving end is about to experience a very uncomfortable night.
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Defence Bunker at Beacon 25 North of Eenhana
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A portion of Oshakati seen from the FM Tower
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Miershoop seen from the Water Tower. Photograph taken sometime during November 1985 (Danie van der Spuy Photo)
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Omauni Base was one of those secret places that you only heard about when you needed to hear about it. The only reason I knew about this dot on the map was because I was an Air Traffic Controller and was required to periodically send Choppers there. Here is a picture of Omauni Base taken from the Ai
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Meanwhile, back at Mupa, things were quiet for a change. Perhaps too quiet for comfort. The deathly quiet and total absence of the local Povo were never a good sign.
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Three 24 Squadron Buccaneers seen here in formation. 414 is preserved at the SAAF Museum at Swartkop. 416 is preserved at the SAAF Museum at Ysterplaat, Cape Town and 422 is preserved at the War Museum in Johannesburg.
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C160Z Transall arrrives at Nkongo Base for a Troop Change-over.
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Hippo Armoured Personnel carriers seen here on the road to Ondangwa Town sometime during 1979.
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SWA SPES Motorcycle Squad members on patrol along the Cut-line.
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RPG-7 Rocket Launcher Training at Infantry School, Echo Company, 1983.(Hendrik Maat Photograph)
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The Big G2 140mm (5,5 Inch) Medium Guns of 14 Field Regiment. (Andre Roux Photograph)
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Another sight sadly never to be seen in South Africa again. 28 Squadron C160Z Transall aircraft on parade. Only Transall 337 survives at the SAAF Museum at Swartkop, Pretoria.
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Images from 'Grensoorlog' series, produced by Linda de Jager, reproduced with kind permission from MNET
Images from 'Grensoorlog' series, produced by Linda de Jager, reproduced with kind permission from MNET
Images from 'Grensoorlog' series, produced by Linda de Jager, reproduced with kind permission from MNET
Images from 'Grensoorlog' series, produced by Linda de Jager, reproduced with kind permission from MNET
Images from 'Grensoorlog' series, produced by Linda de Jager, reproduced with kind permission from MNET

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