More early RAR

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    • Hi Pete the photos of the 5 RAR soldiers with 6 Terr captures. These Terrs were captured by PWO Wurayayi in a 25 mile follow up using a geologists Land Rover and tracking from the Land Rover. Then entered thick bush and tracked them down and captured them without firing a shot. Major Dave Heppenstalls’ D Coy during Op Grampus 11 August 1966. Its all in the book ‘Masodja’ History of the RAR.

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