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FROG OF WAR05 Nov 2007 3:51 p.m. PST

For the old and bold servicemen out there, do you remember Wolfgang and his mobile bratty wagon? It came up in a conversation with an old mate of mine, it was spooky, no matter where you moved around Soltau he turned up I always wondered if he was a a russian spy, or a psychic or just tagged on to the end of a convoy.

If the Russians decided to capture him, the old BAOR would have been overrun in 24 hrs.

Did damm fine curry wurst….ah memories anyone else recall Wolfgang ?



Lord Flashheart06 Nov 2007 2:57 a.m. PST

He's probably on Basrah Air Base still following the boys around :)

Battledamaged09 Nov 2007 4:38 a.m. PST

No, thats a guy called Ali, maybe they are in some sort of Guild that passes information around!

GarrisonMiniatures209 Nov 2007 5:40 a.m. PST

So the Discworld stories are based on fact after all. I often wondered.

allanj25519 Nov 2007 3:15 p.m. PST

This is uncanny. I was just talking about Wolfgang and how his van would appear through the smoke of mock battle and the squaddies jumping out of trenches for a bratty and chips.
No matter where we were Wolfgang was waiting long before GPS. I think they used his van as the platform for the Cruise Missile guidance system.

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