This photograph of Dumbarton Air Training Corps stirred a few memories on Facebook. Wilma Wood spotted her husband, Bonhill man, David, back row, sixth from the left. She also spotted his colleague, Sid Morrison from Bonhill, second in front row, right, and his father, sixth from the left in the front row. Christopher McLaren was in the ATC in the 70s and remembers CO John Currie well. Carol McCreadie said: “Oh, wow I would love this photo as my Dad is in it. He is in the dark suit on the left of the three in the middle, Duncan MacLachlan. This was two years before I was born and year before he was married.” That’s Peter Weir, the police photographer, right in the middle. Peter’s father was the School attendance office. Joe Robinson remembers Warrant Officer Donald Gordon and Jean Campbell says her young brother Tommy was pals with Andy McGoldrick and Duncan MacLachlan. He was in the RAF when this picture [sent in by Hugh Sweeney] was taken, a boy entrant at 17 years, he loved this company.” Donald John Chisholm Early for me. I was 1968. CO John Currie, WO Donald Gordon, Peter Walsh, Michael Mulkern, Nicky and Noggy Connolly, Jim Mooney, Jamesie Connel, Lenny Lorek, Norrie Muldoon and Gerry Tvedt. Donald John Chisholm said: “The highlight for me was having control and flying an RAF Chipmonk over the Forth bridges. I was going to go under them …but the pilot wouldn’t let me.” Nick Connelly said: “I made a big mistake and took aerobatics. I had my head in a sick bag the whole flight and managed to spray the cockpit with Scotch pie and Irn Bru.” Happy days indeed. Who do you remember in this photograph?