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    Hello again, Peter. Found these in a drawer. Old epaulettes I wore in the 50s as junior radio officer with Brocklebanks SNC. Button on left is MN regular; button on right is Brocklebanks own. Seems I was sloppy dresser.MN epaulettes.jpg. Also MN regular cap badge.MN cap badge.jpg
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    The purple inset is that of an Engineer.
    "Across the seas where the great waves grow, there are no fields for the poppies to grow, but its a place where Seamen sleep, died for their country, for you and for peace" (Billy McGee 2011)

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