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    Thank you, Ross! We're all richer for your vision and dedication... including you making sure the forum lives on.

    Robert

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    I couldn't let such a momentous thread as this go without being a part of it.

    Thanks Ross, it is truly a marvelous resource you have created. Good luck with your new project.

    David
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    Thanks for everything Ross. Personally I have gleamed much from this fantastic site and would like to thank all the members for that.

    Good luck in your next venture.

    nick

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    Ross,

    Grateful thanks from me for all you have so generously shared over the years in your website, book and of course this incredible forum. I'm not sure that you fully appreciate just how many people you have unwittingly assisted over the years by providing this forum as a resource for us all to meet and exchange information. It is not only those who post here who benefit, but the relatives of airmen whose names are mentioned in the posts.

    Wishing you all the very best with your new ventures and hope to see your continued words of wisdom appearing here for many years to come.

    To those who take RAF Commands onwards, I salute you. Long may it continue in the same was has it has done for this past decade and longer.

    My best to all
    Linzee

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    The only thing that comes to my mind is: 'The show must go on!'
    Author of Crash in Bayeux - The Last Flight of Sergeant Ferguson (ISBN 979-10-91044-13-4) - www.facebook.com/crashinbayeux.

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    I would like to echo the previous comments of thanks to Ross, the forum has helped me greatly in my research, putting me in contact with so many wonderful people.Thanks Ross and best wishes for the future.
    Daz

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    Ross,

    I concur the sentiments made in these posts and wish you well in your future Endeavours.

    Indeed Fox, but with a new Ringmaster.

    Regards,

    Ian

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    What more can I add, Thanks Ross and long live the 'New' RAF Commands.
    Andy

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    There's nothing really left to say, Ross, other than to echo everyone else and say "Thank you" for creating such an invaluable resource.

    May your new project be as successful as this is.

    Brian

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    Ross,

    Many thanks for me, too, Ross.

    Many folk have benefitted from the forum over the 15 years of its existence to date, not just the regular enthusiast, researcher and historian, but also those who have come across the forum while seeking information about a loved one who was lost during the war, often discovering facts and closure that had otherwise eluded them. And, as remarked another above, the forum has also introduced us to many new friends along the way.

    It's amazing to think of how much we all would have remained ignorant of had there been no rafcommands forum in the first instance.

    Well done Ross and all the best where ever your future endeavours take you!

    Errol

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