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Sunday, 08 August 2021 14:40 | Mansfield UK
Great to see you are keeping memories alive.
I was 803a, so just before you. Pleases me that you are keeping memories alive. Well done from a former Wafu.
Monday, 22 February 2021 03:37 | Macau, China
821 Bennett entry. Passed a lot of water under the bridge since then. Came outside in 1999. Since then had a few jobs, now running the facilities in a casino. How times have changed.
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 05:57
823 Direct Entry Artificer
Did 25 years in RN then joined RNZN in 2007, still in as a CPOMT(P) at the DC SCHOOL
Sunday, 01 November 2020 21:08
Wednesday, 22 January 2020 21:15
I joined Fisgard in 1953 as part of Series 17 and left RN in1969 as Chief Artificer.
Friday, 15 November 2019 21:10
Thanks for creating the website... very impressed
Thursday, 07 November 2019 14:11
Hi - looking at your 821 photo of Griffin - it very much looks like our 801 entry photo - a couple of the guys are very recognisable to me!!
Wednesday, 16 October 2019 22:01
I was in 813 entry in the September. I loved my time at Fishguard, so much so I was back-classed, lol. Lots of happy memories of this place and wish I'd stayed in touch with some of the guys.
Sunday, 15 September 2019 15:06
I have written a history of Artificers from 1868-2010 which is now available from Troubador Publisging, I hope it will be of interest to some of you.
Glenn D Barker
Thursday, 25 January 2018 18:59
Great to see all these old photos of Fisgard. I was part of 801 entry into Spickernell, but left in the summer of 1981 after I was selected for MEA instead of my preferred WEA. Ended up emigrating and doing marine SAR for 10 years on the West Coast of Canada instead! Thanks for reminding me of Spike. He-she used to sit on my shoulder whilst I was reading mail from home.