AN RAF veteran has a new mission, to track down his former base buddies in Spain.
Briton Brian Morgan, who has been living in Torreblanca for 17 years, is appealing for other former RAF personnel to ‘come together once more’ and reunite.
He is specifically searching for old friends from the RAF Changi base in Singapore, which was one of the most popular overseas postings for 25 years.
“Changi was one of the most enjoyable of service stations,” said Morgan, 78, who was based at Changi between 1959 and 1962 in intelligence and other duties. “It was a wonderful post. We had a yacht club, golf club, fishing clubs, whatever you can think of we had it.”
With more than 3,000 RAF staff at the base, Morgan is sure that there will be lots of members now based in Spain.
An association called RAFCA – for which Morgan is the liaison officer for Iberia – has set up to reunite ex-RAF staff, and currently has well over 1,000 members.
If you would like to reconnect with old friends, contact Brian Morgan on email@example.com, call 670 259 217, or visit www.rafchangi.co.uk
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