WEIGHT: 57 kg
Services: Strap-ons, Golden shower (out), Rimming (receiving), Uniforms, Lesbi-show hard
Mac R in Tel Aviv with mates. Mac front, centre with mates at Stalag Mac front, left with mates at Stalag Warning Any access that you make of this website is undertaken at your own risk. Listen to the interview audio. You are listening to the interview audio.
Tell me where you enlisted and which battalion you joined up with and where you got sent. Then I was taken by truck to Ingleburn Army Base. Originally I was allotted to the 1st Battalion. We received there our giggle suits as they used to call them, palliasses and we were allotted to huts in groups.
I was there for about. There was Sergeant Major Jackson in charge of us. I was picked out to go to Menangle, to an NCOs [non commissioned officers] camp. I went there for. I was there for two weeks. Then they sent be back to Greta Army Camp. So I went again. Packed up and off I went to Narellan. I passed out there and they sent me back to Greta as a sergeant.
Get your position first and then go overseas. Eventually we went overseas. Went on the ship Slamat. On the way over we lost a man overboard and the ship stopped to try and pick him up and then the navy pulled up alongside and went crook at them for stopping. They were making a target out of themselves.
Then from there we went across to Palestine. In Palestine we were going up the Suez Canal and the boat pulled up and.