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You have the spelling correct BruceTrellor was on number 5 ADG course in 1967. He roomed next to me and was subjected to a bit of unwarranted victimisation during the course which he handled very well. I went to Ubon at the end of that course (September 1967) and Bruce went to Vietnam. If he served as a gunner in 9 Sqn it would have been in the first half of 1968. There may be someone on this site that would remember him from that time. If he remustered on return from Vietnam it would not be possible for him to have been a crewman


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