Royal Air Force
Administrative Apprentices Association

Multum A Parvo

Entry Scrapbooks

6th Entry

The SIXTH Entry was attested at the Administrative Apprentice Training School RAF St Athan in February 1949 and training was undertaken there in the trades of Clerk General Duties, Clerk Accounting and Equipment Assistant until September 1950.

592327 – HAISELL-NEVES R E RAY

592328 – PARKER D R T DENNIS

592329 – BENNETT R A ROY

592330 – CONSTABLE B J BARRY

592331 – APPLEYARD D R DESMOND

592332 – FUNNELL A ANDREW

592333 – EVANS W F WILLIAM

592334 – JARVIS H B M HUGH

592335 – GARLAND E EDWARD

592336 – KENNETT W WILLIAM

592337 – COOPER W A WILLIAM

592338 – FISHER J R JOHN

592339 – CASEY J P JOHN

592340 – TYSON A J ALBERT

592341 – LONG E F ERIC

592342 – BARBOUR S I Mc SHAUN

592343 – MADOX C A COLIN

592344 – STOREY A H ALAN

592345 – O’SULLIVAN J R JOHN

592346 – STUFFINS G R GERALD

592347 – COMLEY J O JOHN

592348 – BOWN J A JOHN

592349 – KEOWN P T PATRICK

592350 – GAVAN J J JAMES

592351 – DENNIS B BRIAN

592352 – SCHOFIELD J F JOHN

592353 – COPE M G MICHAEL

592354 – STEVENSON J S JAMES

592355 – MARSTON B R BRIAN

592356 – WALKER P PETER

592357 – BRETT L LAURIE

592358 – RICH P R PETER


 

Administrator Note: My sincere thanks to Brian Dennis for providing all the identification on this page. Brian adds: ‘Sgt Henderson although he was slightly lame and slurred his speech he was always the perfect gentleman and never favoured anyone in particular. We rather unkindly called him Beezer, but not to his face. He was the one time light heavyweight champion of Scotland’
The first picture shows the Regt Instructors wearing the Black and White hatband. Brian never saw them wearing these SDs as they normally wore berets.

Have You Any Photographs Or Other Memories Of the 6th Entry RAF Administrative Apprentices? If So You Can E-Mail Them To: administrator@rafadappassn.org