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TOPIC: NAAFI Vans

NAAFI Vans 06 May 2018 19:02 #1

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Things have changed, this is the modern equivilant apparently, seen at Coningsby this weekend

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NAAFI Vans 06 May 2018 20:21 #2

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More like a naff van.

Are the NAAFI now contracting out?

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NAAFI Vans 06 May 2018 20:30 #3

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Peter Kirk wrote: More like a naff van.

Are the NAAFI now contracting out?


My impression is that NAAFI no longer has a presence on UK mainland RAF sites, either as a shop or in the social club

www.naafi.co.uk/

I was hoping to see some NAAFI wagons appearing in this topic....

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NAAFI Vans 06 May 2018 22:34 #4

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Wonkypedia and the NAAFI website suggest it only operates abroad and in Northern Ireland.

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NAAFI Vans 07 May 2018 08:39 #5

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The competition.

Airmen at a base in England enjoy coffee and donuts from a Church Army Mobile Canteen, (September 1944)

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