- Oct 22, 2015
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Of course, there is a huge range of melting points just 'electrical solder'. As you say rightly about being lucky.He used a torch but used electrical solder, not an electric soldering iron. Agreed he was incredibly lucky.
After 6 years of total war and with nowhere to run and then 2 years of service alongside 2 squadrons of Spitfires, I don't get even overly excited. Inevitably, people become disabled, some of us 'war' pensioners.Goldstar would have a panic attack at my house.
My brief episode was in early in 1950 when HMS Truculent was struck by a ship off Sheerness iin the River Thames and we took a DH Devon C1 out of workshops at RAF Hendon - now the RAF Museum to see what we could do.I served in the cold war on submarines. Thankfully it was uneventful. . .