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By oldgreyheron      
I fall back on another image from Louise's graduation at Halton. At the end of the formalities the training squadron got rid of their weapons, and marched around the parade ground and straight towards us. I wasn't quite central, and they were not quite symmetrical, but seeing these new gradates marching with pride was very moving! The setting was quite impressive too!

Thanks for your time, Mike

Tags: Photo journalism Raf Graduation Halton Portraits and people 395 course Campion intake

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taggart Plus
11 46 12 United States
17 Dec 2008 2:01AM
A great one for the scrap book-- Stunning memories in this image!
Jennn

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Bob_V Plus
8 1 2 United States
17 Dec 2008 2:50AM
What a well composed capture.
Bob
paulvo 9 2 United States
17 Dec 2008 3:06AM
Great photograph. Well composed.
CarolG Plus
9 192 18 Greece
17 Dec 2008 5:55AM
An excellent capture, and fine memories for you and your family. Carol
RobboB Plus
9 107 United Kingdom
17 Dec 2008 6:39AM
Its like they are being herded by the Tornado. Nice one Mike
fantastic shot, like this alort....
scott
daviewat Plus
12 4.1k Scotland
17 Dec 2008 9:09AM
Memories returning here, I passed out from Swinderby many moons age and then moved on to Cranwell a couple of years after.


The new training camp looks much more up to date than Swinderby did Smile


Dave
Joline Plus
9 27 52 United States
17 Dec 2008 12:38PM
Makes for a very impressive image. You must have been very proud. This is one for the memory book.
dathersmith 8 550 12 England
17 Dec 2008 1:45PM
A great capture Mike, one to look back on over the years.

Darren.
cuffit Plus
9 238 3 England
17 Dec 2008 3:52PM
Great shot and congratulations to Louise. Also reminds me of cross-country runs, many years ago, up and down that hill at the back! Chris
Brilliant capture
Phil.

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