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- Titchmarsh carried out his duties as a dispatch rider first on horseback and then on a motorcycle.
- A despatch rider who led police on a nightmare chase at speeds of up to 140 mph and who was only stopped after officers deliberately crashed into his bike, has been jailed.
- A dispatch rider at the start of the First World War, Portal was soon commissioned and then seconded to the Royal Flying Corps in which he served with distinction.
- When the regiment of Thomas Rusk reached Gonzales, where Stephen F. Austin was awaiting them, Thomas Rusk planned to send back a dispatch rider with any letters and his news to the towns they had left from.
- In fact, the first American to enter Germany after the ceasefire was reported to be motorcycle dispatch rider CPL Roy Holtz.
- He was deployed as a dispatch rider but is now driving the lorries distributing water.
- Anybody who wants to be a cycle despatch rider will tend to be a little alternative in their thinking, Mick admits - so it seemed natural to turn to a complementary health centre to keep them in shape.
- Each night an army despatch rider was said to visit the house, arousing suspicions it was used for intelligence gathering.
- Then 18, he travelled to London's Piccadilly to queue at the recruiting office of the Royal Engineers to try to enlist as a despatch rider because he wanted to exchange his Triumph motorbike for the more powerful military machines.
- My job was as a dispatch rider for one of the armoured brigades.
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