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    Evening All
    I see in my Air Britain magazine just received that Ragnar has passed away, he was, like his fellow Icelanders always very helpful and generous in imparting his aviation knowledge. RIP
    Tony K

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    Very sad new:(
    Ragnar was always very keen and helpful to me and always shared information.
    RIP

    Pavel
    Czechoslovak Airmen in the RAF 1940-1945
    http://cz-raf.webnode.cz

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    An always helpful gentleman. However, he will not be forgotten. Much of his data on WW2 RAF 251 Sqn went into presenting the case for the current Badge of the Mobile Met Unit. Let us hope that the rest of his data and research is safe somewhere.
    Make room for him in Valhalla - RIP
    Peter Davies
    Meteorology is a science; good meteorology is an art!
    We might not know - but we might know who does!

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    So sorry to hear about Ragnar, he and I corresponded on a number of occasions regarding losses in Iceland, and regarding my Grandfather who served there in the war. He will be greatly missed.

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    Was sorry to hear that Ragnar had passed on. He was very helpful to John Kington and myself when we were writing 'Even the Birds Were Walking'

    Peter Rackliff

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    Feel very sorry to hear about Ragnar. Visited him in 2005 whilst on a cruise to Iceland. We exchanged much info on Catalina aircraft and he always was of a great help. We'll miss him.

    Henk.

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