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    Default Transfer of RAFCommands

    It is with pleasure that I hand over the control of the Forum to Jagan.

    This is the first stage of handover and sees transfer of all control and ownership of the forum.

    I've asked Jagan to alter my membership to registered user when he next logs in which will cancel all admin rights I have.

    In the background I have given access to the behind the scenes part of the web site to allow maintenance and will remain in joint control of this area until easyspace accounts are split and domain is transferred.

    To all extents the web site now runs with new ownership and I wish them all success with the necessary moving of furniture and redecoration.

    I hope that I will be permitted to remain as a registered user and continue to post when I have an input to make.

    Finally I would like to express my thanks to all those who have contributed to this forum now and in the past.

    With fond regards

    Ross
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    Ross, many, many thanks for what you have done.

    Regards,
    Bruce
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    Hi Ross,

    You have made this site the premier discussion forum for all things RAF which has greatly aided my own research into the PRU. Good luck with what ever you have planned in the future.

    Best Regards

    Andy Fletcher
    Per Speculationem Impellor ad Intelligendum

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    Hi Ross

    I also would like to thank you for your efforts over the years in providing an invaluable research forum.

    All the best

    Malcolm

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    May I add my thanks and appreciation for all Ross has done.

    Does this now mean Volume 2 of Coastal Command Losses will be appearing anytime soon?
    (...tongue firmly in cheek...)

    Regards

    Simon

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    Ross,

    Thank you for all your have done for the forum.

    It goes without saying - from all of us.. that I hope your new plans and commitments will still leave room for participation in RAF Commands at the same pace as before.

    -Jagan

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    Ross,
    Not only have you provided a Forum of inestimable value, but you have - by virtue of that - also given me some friends.
    Well done that man.
    Peter Davies
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    I concur , with all that has been said , Ross Thank you and may i wish you all the very best for your future plans , hopefully we will see you posting on the forum.

    Rgs Phill Jones

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    G'day Ross

    I can not thank you enough for all the work you have done here. You stuck with it even when bombarded by our favorite Russian spammer. I also appreciate your confidence in me when you made me a moderator. I too look forward your your next Coastal Command publication. Bravo Zulu Sir!

    Cheers...Chris

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    Ross

    May I concur with everyone who says 'Thanks' for your efforts on this on the last 10 years plus without your vision of starting the forum our collective knowledge of RAF Operations from 1918 onwards would be much much poorer

    Good luck with your new venture


    Paul

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