Greetings for Steve Stevens, DFC

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Steve was born in 1919, and is the WW2 SAAF pilot in these two very iconic Beaufighter images. He would love to hear from you!

Read more about Steve here…

22 Responses

  1. Charles Shell says:

    Dear Mr Stevens,
    Thank you for your service,
    Charles Shell.

  2. Steven Fisher says:

    Thank you, Sir.

  3. Don Ruffels says:

    Thank you Steve Stevens – we value your service – Enjoy your Christmas 2015

  4. Philip Weyers says:

    Hello Steve! Happy to see you looking so cheerful! Best wishes, Philip

  5. Sue Hopkins says:

    Dear Steve, here’s wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas, and thank you.

  6. Norman S says:

    Hello Steve. How I wish I was in England to come down and say hello. Thank you for your service Sir and thank you for being a wonderful example of a human being.

  7. Richard Hurt says:

    Greetings from New Zealand, Sir! Looking good with your Legion kit. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  8. BJ Taylor says:

    Dear Steve

    Your distinguished service and achievements are not forgotten. Looking good in your Legion regalia, an honour

  9. Barry Fowler says:

    Dear Mr Stevens, my late father Jack also flew beaufighters for a while in the SAAF in WWII – I have some photos, but can’t send the link in this message box. My father appears with other unknown SAAF personnel in the photos. One photo shows a Beaufighter RD 205 Snake, but the D could be an O if that helps to ID the Squadron. I think he was based mainly in Egypt but spent time in India.

  10. Jeff Coleman says:

    Dear Steve, wishing you and your family a very merry Christmas. Thank you for your service.

  11. Douglas Anderson says:

    To you and your family a well deserved and very merry Christmas!

  12. Dion van der Merwe says:

    Hi Steve
    Wishing you and your family a Merry and peaceful Christmas. I was a SAAF pilot in the late 70’s/early 80’s. Our tasks were not as onerous as your WW2 combat missions but the WW2 spirit was much admired and formed the basis of our strong camaraderie and esprit de corps. All good things to you and your family sir. Sincerely, Dion van der Merwe, ex Capt. SAAF.

  13. Stephen Walker says:

    Salute…from Australia

  14. Ricky Taylor says:

    Hi Steven a merry xmas to you and a prosperous new year.Congratulations on reaching such a ripe old age you are an inspiration to us all.All the best from Ricky Taylor ex south african artillery.Once a gunner always a gunner.

  15. Raphael says:

    Merry Christmas Mr Stevens. Thank you for your service.
    May you have a blessed Christmas!

  16. Geoffrey Wulff says:

    Dear Mr. Stevens
    I read have your book 2 or 3 times on the exploits of you and your South African colleagues in the SAAF & as part of the Balkan air force & was so relieved that you made it despite many hair raising sorties in your wonderful camera equipped Beaufighters, especially against the Kukkuk in Fiume harbour which I will be visiting and when my wife & self are there we will raise a glass and say a personal prayer to celebrate & give thanks for your long life & your belief in Christ. There are at least two teams working on bringing a Beau back to flying condition and I hope the day will come when the one in Duxford flies again. When it does I will cast my mind back to the SAAF boys who flew these especially yourself.

  17. George Galbraith says:

    Great respect for you, Steve. May God bless you to your century

  18. Legion PRO says:

    Your fellow Legionnaires n South Africa thank you for your service and wish a Merry Christmas and may 2016 bring joy and much happiness.

  19. Peter Barrett. says:

    Dear Mr. Stevens,
    Thank you for your service to our country and the world.
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    Freedom from want
    Freedom from fear

    With Best Regards,
    Peter and Shehnaz Barrett.

  20. Heinrich Pistorius says:

    Dear Steve, what an honour to meet you even of face book and reading about a true SA Hero. May the Almighty God bless and keep you. Amen.

  21. Iain Dunn says:

    Hoping you have a lovely Christmas, Steve! Greatest respect from the son of one of the 6th Div Maatjies you provided air cover for back in 44/45.

  22. Peter Lee says:

    Good afternoon Mr Stevens.
    I don’t know what squadron you were with but you might have known my father who was a captain with No.4 Squadron S.A.A.F. during WW2 in North Africa, Malta and italy. My besty wishes to you and may you have a prosperous and healthy 2016.

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