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Thread: The battle of Bridge 14.

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  1. 04-03-2008  04:35 PM #1 Piepalook
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    Default The battle of Bridge 14.

    What really happened at the battle of bridge 14?

    I heard about this battle when i was in the Army.

    No details of this battle,even the guys that were there seems to be reluctant to talk about it.

    Would this battle always be cloaked in secrecy?

    Nobody seems to want to talk about it.

    Why?

    I know this battle ended in victory for us.

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    Never heard of it... Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Quote Originally Posted by McGuywer View Post Never heard of it... The most famous battle of the border war.
    http://www.rhodesia.nl/bridge14.htm Last edited by Piepalook; 04-03-2008 at 04:45 PM . Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    My dad says it was around the time of that push to Luanda... Quote Originally Posted by saor View Post saor is a dumbass Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersunbird View Post My dad says it was around the time of that push to Luanda... Was your dad there?

    Can you ask him?

    The commander of the first group that went in, still hold the record in the world book of records for the most enemy territory captured in one day.

    I am under correction but i think it was a Commandant Prinsloo. Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piepalook View Post Was your dad there?

    Can you ask him?

    The commander of the first group that went in, still hold the record in the world book of records for the most enemy territory captured in one day.

    I am under correction but i think it was a Commandant Prinsloo. Van Heerden. Ops Reindeer. Be reasonable.
    See it my way. Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Sounds like Roxo one of the Heroes. Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Piepalook, looks like I opened Pandora's box with Cuito Cuanavale .................................................. ....... Reply With Quote Reply With Quote  
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piepalook View Post Was your dad there?

    Can you ask him?

    The commander of the first group that went in, still hold the record in the world book of records for the most enemy territory captured in one day.

    I am under correction but i think it was a Commandant Prinsloo. He was not involved, he was either in Rhodesia or SA then, a "Seiner". I got a book here called South African War Machine (by Helmoed-R

    Home » Abbeyfeale » Saorvew – Freeview – RTE Digital TV in Ireland

    Saorvew – Freeview – RTE Digital TV in Ireland

    Saorview is RTÉ’s free to air digital terrestial television (DTT) service.
    EU rules mean that the current analogue ( arial based TV ) signals have to be turned off in October 2012.
    Saorview is a mixed language word – with Saor meaning Free . Pronounced Sair or Seer . (They couldn’t use the name Freeview – because that is in use in the UK and would confuse people.)

    The equivalent digital TV service called Freeview – in the UK has been running since 2002.

    The minority (340,000) of households in Ireland still use their TV ariel for watching TV . The switch to digital TV will hardly affect the majority of the country’s consumers, who receive their TV from digital providers such as Sky (625,000) or UPC (375,000)

    There will be 5 “new” digital channels – RTÉ Two HD, RTÉ Aertel Digital, RTÉ jr, RTÉ One + 1 and RTÉ News Now.

    What Will You Need to Buy ?

    Set Top Box

    The Digital TV Saorview signal can be received on all types of televisions from most aerials using a set-top box.
    There are Saorview approved set top boxes – retailing at about €100. But any UK Freeview HD set top box should be fine work.

    Aerials

    Some households may need to adjust or replace their aerial: expect to pay about €150.
    Don’t be conned into paying for a new aerial if you don’t need one. If you currently can receive TV3 through your aerial then your aerial is most likely fine and is pointing in the right direction. You should not need to do anything with your aerial.

    2. If you currently receive RTÉ One, RTÉ Two and TG4 through your aerial but do not receive TV3 then your aerial is most likely fine but for some homes it may be pointing in the wrong direction.

    3. If you receive only RTÉ One and RTÉ Two through your aerial and do not receive TV3 and TG4 then you will probably need a new UHF aerial pointed at the best transmission site for your area.

    Televisions

    You don’t need a new TV – but If you are planning on buying a new TV – you should consider a television with Saorview built in or look for Freeview HD.
    Freeview televisions from the UK will not work with Saorview. But Freeview HD televisions should be able to pick up the Saorview signal.

    The 340,000 households that currently just view TV via an ariel – will be made up of a high proportion of elderly , rural dwellers and those on lower incomes.
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    Any Television with an MPEG4 digital tuner should work. – Freeview HD uses MPEG4.

    By October 2012 SAORVIEW should be accessible to 98% of the population. Approximately 2% of the population will not be able to receive the SAORVIEW service.
    RTÉ is currently in the process of also developing and testing a free-to-air satellite service, SAORSAT, which will make it possible for 100% of the population to access Irish free-to-air digital television channels and services. This will provide coverage to the homes not covered by SAORVIEW.

    «Irish Times Best Place to Live in Ireland
    Best Places to Live in Ireland 2012»

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    1. Finbarr says:

      LG also as well as Sony etc All TV needs to have is an MPEG4 tuner!!My neighbour bought new TV in Navanrecently and was told it was “digital” so he assumed that it could receive RTE digital but only has mpeg2 tuner (UK freeview!!) I also saw Tesco Navan selling Freeview (mpeg2) set top box today with no mention if it also had MPEG 4!! Is carzy that shops are confusing people like this in the Republic…..but is typical!! Why should people in South pay 100 euro where ones in North pay about £20 for similar box!! Rip off republic still alive and well I see!!! Is disgraceful!!! People should protest more!!!

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