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Rhodesia - Intaf

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201 Comments

Reply Len Peltier
11:02 PM on February 3, 2018 
Hi.. Was wondering if anyone had any INTAF/Guard Force badges/patches/plaques/photos they would care to sell? I have a small collection already and would like to expand it.. thanks.. all the best.. Len (articwinter at hotmail dot com)
Reply Anne Lancey
9:27 AM on January 21, 2018 
If anyone has information about Allan and Delia Wright (mentioned on the Nuanetsi Station page), I would be grateful to hear - Delia was my mother's cousin, but they lost touch in the 1970s.
Reply Michael Woolley
1:02 AM on September 8, 2016 
I did NS from Feb 77 until Jan 79. Mainly stationed at Nyanga North, followed by short spells at Cashel Valley and then Rusape.
Reply merle mcintyre
3:25 PM on August 28, 2016 
My two sons [Gordon & Derick] were in INTAF. I would like to send to them this link, especially Gordon who was Rhodesia's youngest DC - predominantly in Chiweshi area, and as an active member of counter-intelligence was also University of Rhodesia SRC-President
Reply Henry
4:02 AM on August 4, 2016 
Incredible website, best wishes from Canada!
Reply John E Easler
4:15 AM on June 14, 2016 
Nice piece of history......I always wanted to visit your country between my tours of duty with the US Army.....
Reply Dave Regan
2:12 PM on November 2, 2015 
Served in Intaf from 1978 onwards on National Service, met many interesting people, thanks for the memories.
Reply Brian Bissett
6:57 AM on August 27, 2015 
Just found this site, my dad was DC in Belingwe in the 70's , looking back at all this stuff brings back so many memories. Thanks
Reply Jon Dalziel
6:12 PM on December 21, 2014 
Great site keep up the good work.
Reply Max Hoppe
3:13 AM on August 26, 2014 
Colin says...
Max, you might know my brother Norman Mackie. He was in Chiweshe.
Merry Christmas to all.


Hi Colin, sorry I missed your message from a few years back. The name Norman Mackie does ring a bell and I can see him in my minds eye.