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The text and images in the “Arborfield & The September 49ers” archival website have been contributed by ex-Army Apprentices and others and copyright rests with the authors/contributors.


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"Arborfield & The September 49ers" is an online archive of memories and images contributed by ex-Army Apprentices and gathered by George Millie (AAS Arborfield Intake 49B) and subsequently, the current Editorial Team.  The archive can be found at:


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First Published: 15th September 2006.

Latest Update: 15th January 2015.

By: Trevor STUBBERFIELD (52A).



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