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    Quote Originally Posted by mrclark303 View Post
    I often wondered what happened to DK, it's a criminal waist of public money just leaving it damaged.. that said I bet that hanger queens been stripped of anything serviceable by now!

    When you consider how long the Typhoons been in service, it's​ had an exceptional safety record with very few losses accross all users.
    Long stripped for parts. Last time I saw it was just a shell and a bad one at that.

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    The Australianicon D8 dozer that was drowned and abandoned at Mersing was eventually recovered but written off. The A vehicle blokes got it running again but it remained a pile of sh------, not very good. It went somewhere else where the dozer blade was removed and a heavy nosing block was put up front to push the landing craft off the beach and as a spare recovery tractor that COULD have saved the lost Brit Bedford RL Light recovery vehicle that was lost trying to recover the original bogged in land rover.......... that was also lost!

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