Whilst searing through the British Newspaper Archives web site I came across this Article from the Portsmouth Evening News from August 1954.
Sadly we lost Nigel in 2004. But I hope those of us from the 18th have good memories of him.
Top in the Best Entry. Eighteen tear old Sergeant Administrative Apprentice N. V. O. Healey, youngest son o) Mrs. F. E. Healey and the late Mr. Healey, of 3S, Adair Road, Southsea, was honoured at the RAF. Station, Hereford, yesterday. /Is School Captain, he took the passing-out parade of the 170 apprentices of the eighteenth entry at the Administrative Apprentices’ Training School, who collectively obtained the best results of any entry in the school’s history. Sgt. Healey was placed first in order of merit among the apprentices, and obtained the highest education marks of the entry. He will be posted to Odiham (Hampshire!. The parade was reviewed by Air Marshal Sir Victor Groom (Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief. Technical Training Command, R.A.F.) who presented the prizes.
David Johnson 313rd