Green Leader – Rhodesia 1978


After the shooting down of a passenger aircraft and the brutal murder of all the survivors by Marxist African terrorists, the Rhodesian armed forces decided to strike back by eliminating the terrorist base in Zambia, across the Zambezi to the north of Rhodesia.

Their main camp was at Westland Farm, north of the Zambian capital of Lusaka, and hundreds of miles away from the border. For the Rhodesians to strike back would mean taking wholesale control of Zambian airspace, and ferrying aircraft and soldiers deep into a hostile country. Needless to say, neither the guerrillas nor the Zambians expected them to do it. On October 19, 1978, the Rhodesians did it. Led by a man known only as “Green Leader,” aloft in a Rhodesian Canberra.

This is the historic recording of the C**kpit conversation in which Green Leader warns the Zambian airforce to keep out of their way as they obliterate the terrorists.

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