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    Chf Tech Steve Everett ...

    Steve passes away on the 24 August 2007. He worked right up till his death, intact he died as he was getting ready to get into his blues ( that is inspirational). He knew he was going to pass away with MND yet he continued to work with the Nimrod. Totally loyal to the RAF and his family and friends and a very brave man who wore very big shoes that can never be filled.
    If anyone knows any memories from his working days ( yes i knew about Nimes heheh hahah high jinx in a bar i believe) id be very happy to hear them.
    Thank you friends,
    Caroline.

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    Caroline,

    Steve was my first shift Sgt when I arrived at NLS as a fresh-faced LAC. I remember him as a great bloke with good humour, patient and supportive. He altered my perceptions about different roles in the RAF as he had a varied career path at that time and encouraged me to do the same. My career has been enriched thanks to Steve's influence, if I saw him today I would thank him for that.

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      #3
      Was he a fairy ?? I knew a Steve Everett at Cosford c83/84ish ?
      "last night I greased the stairs, put tacks on all the chairs...."

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        #4
        Originally posted by Inevertouchedit View Post
        Was he a fairy ?? I knew a Steve Everett at Cosford c83/84ish ?
        Yes, Steve was Air Radar.

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          #5
          what is comforting is knowing that he is still in folks minds. I can see him with his brown boots earphones and yattering to the nimrod pilots.
          Again thank you for the time taken to drop a line .
          Regards,
          Caroline.

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            #6
            Originally posted by metimmee View Post
            Yes, Steve was Air Radar.
            I was on TAR DE 46 with Steve at Cosford 1980-82. We had some great times, especially when I took him to Cardiff to watch Wales v England in rugby. Great bloke and greatly missed.
            Hearts and Minds. I'm not interested in winning their hearts and minds. Grab them by the bollocks and their hearts and minds have no choice but to follow.

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              #7
              When he was at Cosford did he have a motorbike and sidecar? (serious question)
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                #8
                Don't remember the motorbike and sidecar. He did have a car though. Think it was an escort.
                Hearts and Minds. I'm not interested in winning their hearts and minds. Grab them by the bollocks and their hearts and minds have no choice but to follow.

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