As a Chindit
, I was part of an infantry column, let's just say that I carried a weapon and fired it a few times.
During service in India he was part of the Chindit
force that served behind the Japanese lines.
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53: T1 Ballymac Chindit
6-1, T2 Broadway Yan 3-1, T3 Thinking Big 11-4, T4 Dians Shadow 5-1, T5 Longmeadow Tash 11-4, T6 Lightning Speed 8-1.
A copy of his report of the first Chindit
operation went to a friend of Churchill, who brought it to the great man's attention.
The COMAFSOF is the single voice of AFSOF aviation but is known better as a Chindit
than a tiger.
Extracts from his private memoirs relating to Chindit
operations in Burma 1944-5 arc held at the Liddell Hart Military Archives, KCL, ref GB 0099KCLMA Tyacke.
JIM TOMLINSON, one of Britain's last surviving Chindit
Special Forces soldiers and a hero who will go down in history, has died aged 91.
All around us were ordinary older adults that had lived extraordinary wartime lives: The headteacher who had flown Typhoon fighter bombers over Normandy, the janitor who had fought hand-to-hand combat in Burma as a Chindit
or our village shell shock victim called 'crazy Bob' by those of us too young to understand (my university mate's uncle probably topped the lot as he had been shot down over Germany and ended up broadcasting propaganda in Welsh for the Nazis).
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Father was a Chindit
(an Allied soldier) alongside him in Burma and he showed us the picture of Mr Pun receiving his Victoria Cross with pride.
She kept losing the contraption to servants who were mystified by it as well as to the dog, Chindit
, who would be found gnawing at the foam as if it were tender chicken.