Tank Transporter Social Network :: free to join

Meet up with other tank transporter colleagues from the past and present, post photographs and comments and more...

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Stevie Breach

Thanks Steve for the link to the site from www.Tktpr.co.uk, I'll have to make the reunion next year...been saying that to Vic for years now but I really do need to pull my finger out on this one. Again thanks - Ken

Posted by ken baldwin on 16th August 2008 at 4:09pm — No Comments (Add)

Tank Transporter website goes live!

The Tank Transporter website is now live, to become a member simply sign up, you will then be able to post photographs and add comments to other pictures as well as create groups and make discussions including forums.

Posted by ken baldwin on 16th August 2008 at 4:04pm — 1 Comment (Add)

Tank Transporter

Were you a service member/spouse posted to a Tank Transporter Squadron based in Germany, UK or further afield?
If you were; then welcome to the new Tank Transporting Social Network for Ex Service personnel and Serving Members of Her Majesty's British Army who are/were tank transporter driver/operatives of the RCT or RLC.

This site is not just about the vehicles such as The Antar, Scammell Commander and now the modern Oshkosh Truck Tank Transporter, but it's about the people who served in the tank transporting units themselves.
Here at TankTransporter.co.uk it allows for individuals to post photographs and comments and basically keep in touch with one another through the use of the Internet, it's easy to use and is totally free to join.

As a member of the site you will be able to post old photographs from your scrapbook, you will usually find this located in the attic gathering dust or stuffed into a cupboard never to be seen again, so now is the time to brush off the dust and to start sharing your memories. Don't put it off, spare a few moments and you'll enjoy the response from people you havn't seen or heard of in years.

So if you served in Germany or the UK and you are familiar with the exotic locations such as 16 Squadron in Fallingbostel, 7 Regiment Head Quarters in Sennelager also home to 3 Squadron , 617 Squadron in Hamm and 414 Squadron in Bulford (UK). Or perhaps you are currently serving in conflicts such as Iraq or Afghanistan or even worse civi street!
Where ever you are in the world it's important never to loose touch of old friends - so join today and you can contribute as much as you want with photo's and comments, just remember to enjoy the site and spread the word.

To view photographs from www.tanktransporter.co.uk site simply click here

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