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In Memoriam
  Ian MacDonald Gill  
Intelligence Corps
Dies 8th. March 1981.
Staff Sergeant Ian MacDonald Gill was killed in a civilian gliding accident at RAF Cranwell on 8 March 1981. He was unmarried. Serving in the Intelligence Corps from 1962-79, he was on the Defence Attaché's staff in Saigon from 1967-69, being present in South Vietnam during the famous ‘Tet Offensive’. He then completed PI training and served with 6 Intelligence Company, at RIC RAF Wittering, and JARIC (UK). He was also in Northern Ireland, Belize, and attached to 22 Locating Regt RA.
The Rose and the Laurel (Journal of the Intelligence Corps),
Volume 10, No.4 December 1981

Additional information from David Hollinshead:
PI = photographic interpretation. RIC= Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre. JARIC = Joint Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre. 22 Locating Regt RA should read 22 Locating Bty RA.

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