5, Soldier of Fortune magazine came out on the market and every issue was about Rhodesia.
The tracking course was the last course I did before getting out of the Rhodesian Army and leaving the country.
Later at the church I attended, there were a lot of RLI (Rhodesian Light Infantry SAS (Special Air Service) and a few Selous Scouts there.
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