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T A Reunion Sept 1979
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T A Reunion Sept 1979

Got this picture from my Dad, Allan Taylor. Between him and a few other people they have most names but I'm confident the rest will be filled in here. I'll leave it a few days then fill in the ones we have.
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Picture added on 03 February 2008
My dad, George Ritchie, is 5th fae the left in the middle row, wi (I think) Charlie Thomson (Thompson?) at his right.

I had a queek luk, but I don't think me uncle Jim Ritchie is in this photo.
Added by Alison Ritchie on 04 February 2008
Front row : George Rosie, Jim Park, Willem Schinkel, Leslie Guthrie, Mike Walker, Stewart Scott, Kenny Harcus, Laurence Norquay, Brian Butler, David Marwick. Permanent Staff Instructor, CSM Tam Ward is standing behind George.
Added by Grant Leonard on 05 February 2008
My husband is in the back row and can name all of them
Anonymous comment added on 06 February 2008
Mid row far left Fred Rorie, 6th left Tommy Swanney. Fourth row I think James Spence is 7th from the left and Frank Campbell to his left

Added by Mick Harcus on 07 February 2008
Back row : John Rendall, Neil Kirkness, Laurie Mcgregor, Glen Watson, Alan Banks, ?, Grant Leonard, Donnie Campbell, Innes Wylie, Major Thain and Sid Cooper.
Added by WG Leonard on 10 March 2008
The fellow between Alan Banks and Grant Leonard is Raymond Mcgregor, brother of Laurie Mcgregor.I remember that night fairly well as I drove most of them home afterwards with the TA landrover, which meant i could not have any drink.
Added by Laurence Norquay on 23 April 2009
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