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Enjoy a selection of articles submitted either by, or on behalf of, our members. If you are an ex-RAF Administrative Apprentice, have served as a member of the RAF Administrative Apprentices training staff, are related to or have served with any ex-RAF Administrative Apprentices, you are welcome to submit an article for publication. To do so click the button below:

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Articles are required to be approved by our website manager before posting and those published will be catalogued by name of the contributor and their entry number if appropriate. They can be on any subject so if you have had an interesting experience either during or after your RAF Administrative Apprentice training or later as a civilian, we would be glad to hear from you.

Sam Mold (1st Entry)

Following on from the Ruislip Apprentice Clerk scheme (abandoned during W.W 2), I'm sure you will know that the post-war Admin. App. numbering system ...Read More

- by Sam Mold

Brian Morrison (44th)

This story is true. I know because I was there. In 1976 I was stationed at RAF Aldergrove but, in fact, RAF Aldergrove did not officially exist. In v ...Read More

- by Brian Morrison

Ted Huntley (24th)

After returning to Hereford as a corporal instructor, and teaching airmen and airwomen how to type, I was after 2-1/2 years posted to Aden. An uneven ...Read More

- by Ted Huntley

Bernard Bullivant (17th)

Further to Jimmy James' comments on 1107 MCU at Newhaven in Newsletter No. 58. After bratschool I was posted to Tangmere, where my first job was th ...Read More

- by Bernard Bullivant

Bob Danes 33rd Entry

In year two I got down to Politics proper and much to my surprise found that I could pick my own subjects. This was a huge benefit for me as there ...Read More

- by Bob Danes

Rob Danes (33rd) – Second Year

When I graduated from the University of Durham in 1993, I swore that my essay writing days were finished, irrevocably and totally. I had not, I am ...Read More

- by Rob Danes

Ken Cameron 4th Entry

Memory plays strange tricks! The TV was on the other day. It was a WW2 film in black and white. I wasn’t really watching when suddenly I heard a ...Read More

- by Ken Cameron

John Dyer (46th Entry)

RAF Bircham Newton closed in December 1962 and AATS moved to RAF Hereford. The last Station Commander at Bircham Newton was Group Captain Panton wh ...Read More

- by John Dyer

Jimmy James 24th Entry

Despite serving in the ‘real’ Air Force in UK, Far East, Middle East and ‘The Isle of Christmas’ on operational stations, I had the extreme ...Read More

- by Jimmy James