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Gerry Kite John Patrick Smith My late husband courted me by airmail from Winnipeg in 1952 we married in 1956 when he was a Flying Officer at Marham Norfolk.He trained as an RAF officer and became a Navigator.I would very much like to hear from anyone with personal knowledge of either station and if any photographs exist I would like to see them. I would be delighted to hear from any one or all of them, dating from 1948/49. Then Dec.1964 -Dec 1967 RAF Gibraltar where I got married. Also Melvin Thomas who was stationed at Uxbridge round about 1962. His last known contact with his brother (my dad) was a letter sent from 'Flying Centre, RAF Station Waddington'.Eric Harvison - Joint creator of our Corner Studio Clive Preece - He whom I would waken for his working shift! Anyone who did Trade Training (already Typists) at Hereford about that same time. Love to hear from you WRAF I'm looking for ex WRAFs who joined in September 1967 and were in E flight Salmon block numbers beginning 2847. It's our 50th anniversary and I've only found 1 from our flight. Sylvia James Gilmour I'm looking for my uncle James Gilmour who was an aircraftman stationed at RAF Waddington after November 1945. Any information about him would be gratefully received, Kind regards Karen Powell Roger Paulo I am looking for a man called Roger Paulo. He was a friend of my mothers whose name was Linda Stone. photos) to/of my late brother in law C W Curtis at one time a Flying Officer and instructor with the RAF (Vampires), then test pilot with Ferranti, Edinburgh, 1959-64 (Meteor and Buccaneer) flying from West Freugh, SW Scotland. I would love to hear from anyone who might remember me.
Pls contact Pearl Rogers ( X Biggin Hill P Dickson ) Via Face Book, Melbourne Australia or 61 359772184 I would like any information on Cpl WRAF Florence Mary (Terry) Nettel who served with me in Gibraltar 1964/1966 She was an AATC at the time and was I believe posted to Little Rissington after Gibraltar.
He was John Patrick Smith a doctors son from Bolton lancs He enjoyed those four years in the RAF even tho his training took him to Manitoba, he left in 1956 to collect his 500 gratuity which helped buy one of our homes.
On one leave he hitched across America, with his friend Bob.
The journal would have helped to keep memories alive. Athan) ex-boys who have the entry journal and can send me a copy or a spare original if you have one it would be most helpful to put us on the map.
In the interim I will rack my brain and search my old photographs to see what I can come up with.
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