Talk:Operation Rimau

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Perhaps some information should be included as to why the men perished and were not picked up by HMS Tantalus, the British Submarine that was supposed to rendevous at Merapas Island for extraction. It makes for interesting reading.

Lt Carey[edit]

Walter Carey was the brother of Lt. S Warren Carey who led the aborted Op Scorpion and successful Townsville Raid. The plan was pretty much his some accounts. If anyone else thinks this is worth including? Fred.e 18:41, 13 October 2006 (UTC)

Z force[edit]

Not sure how this works..

Just wondering my grand father on my fathers side was in the Special Z force. John Davis. He did not actually go on the missions he was in adelaide on the radios to the men, heard he could hear them in trouble but couldnt do anything. He was in adelaide when it was bombed. Not sure how to find out more about his job or other missions if anyone could help would be greatful. Also Gramps was not allowed to talk about it untill a few years ago. We all thought he was in the loundry service. I was too young to remember his stories but would love it if anyone has anything to tell me about my gramps.

Felicity Davis —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.237.69.66 (talk) 08:38, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

Movie?[edit]

Was there not a movie starring N. Gibson about that Mission in the 1980s? --78.48.17.216 (talk) 20:16, 10 October 2008 (UTC)