This page is Dedicated to the Memory of:

J.V.'Louis' Larmour


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Never forget the time when he fired that mortar into the oggin against that incoming torpedo - that nobody [except us] believed existed - Rowdy Yates

I seem to remember another nickname, after we'd mopped up more than 1, 45 gallon drum of Lube Oil, from the after heads and the Seacat Magazine.. The nickname..... Lube Oil Lu. Good Man

Dusty Miller


was on Edinburgh with Louis on his last foreign.

He bought £3k worth of hi fi in Singapore for delivery and we all told him he’d lost it. 

He hadn’t it…… turned up a day late. He saw good in everyone, except himself I think.

 Penang ………and as he pulled on the parascender to bring it to the beach he rose and the chute stayed straight. 

From a new tiffy meeting the “Rosyth Mortar King” to becoming a messmate – good memories

Steuart Whitfield AIIRSM.

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