commando veterans association commando dagger
[Recent Topics] Recent Topics   [Groups] Back to home page  [Register] Register /  [Login] Login 
Working on Army Commando Memorial Wall  XML
Forum Index » Commando Memorials and Places of Remembrance
Author Message
geoffmurray1
Forum Member

Joined: 10/01/2007 22:08:43
Messages: 688
Offline

The work on the Roll of Honour walls by the team at Anwick Forge can be seen here.

http://gallery.commandoveterans.org/cdoGallery/v/Commando+War+Graves+Memorials+and+Plaques/National+Arboretum/Army/Working+on+the+Memorial+Wall/

Geoff Murray


'United We Conquer'
NIC
Forum Member
[Avatar]

Joined: 10/04/2007 22:56:27
Messages: 3313
Location: Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire
Offline

fantastic to see the Wall being made - can't wait to see it complete & installed.

When shall their glory fade...

Nick

Nick Collins,

Commando Association Historical Archivist & Photographer.

Proud son of Cpl Mick Collins, 5 Troop, No5 Cdo

"Truly we may say of them, when shall their glory fade?"


[Email]
John M
CVA Website Manager
[Avatar]

Joined: 18/04/2007 16:22:37
Messages: 1102
Offline

seconded....
aye

john M



Do not speak.....unless it improves on Silence.

A good teacher opens the door.....you must enter yourself.


For Dad No 12 Commando & 4 Troop No 1 Commando
Primus Inter Pares

Commando Veterans Archive site Creator/Sponsor

Stephen Donnison
Forum Member
[Avatar]

Joined: 08/04/2007 10:16:31
Messages: 758
Location: Lincolnshire
Offline

who took the photos? My firm is next door! I live 7 miles away Often go by it to the garden centre a hundred yards away

SE Donnison
[MSN]
 
Forum Index » Commando Memorials and Places of Remembrance
Go to:   
©Commando Veterans Archive 2006 - 2016. Unless explicitly stated otherwise, all content on this site is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0. Powered by JForum 2.1.8 © JForum Team
commando dagger