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  • hawker1966
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    W/Cdr. Peter Ayerst R.I.P

    I have just read the sad news on the Kent Battle of Britain museum website that W/Cdr. Peter Ayerst. has past away.

    R.I.P
  • ian_
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    #2
    A thoroughly nice bloke.

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    • Snoopy7422
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      #3
      RIP. So sad to see the last wave of the wartime generation slipping away now. Tempus Fugit.

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      • charliehunt
        Nearly there!

        #4
        Very sad news. A friendly and very approachable man, always ready to talk about his life and times.
        Charlie

        Keep smiling - it's never as bad as you think!!

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        • trumper
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          #5
          R I P Thank you - His book is worth a read http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=K...Aw&redir_esc=y

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          • charliehunt
            Nearly there!

            #6
            It is indeed - well written by Hugh Thomas, who seems to capture the essence of the man. I treasure my copy, signed by Peter 4 or 5 years ago.
            Charlie

            Keep smiling - it's never as bad as you think!!

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            • One of the Few
              Rank 5 Registered User

              #7
              R.I.P Sir. Blue Skies all the way. Many many thanks for all that you did. The debt remains and increases each year.

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              • D1566
                Needs retiring.

                #8
                RIP and Thankyou.
                Martin

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