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|Looking for contact w John Murdoch, Kev Blackmore, Nigel Heaton, Pete Gillet, Barry Henderson, Steve Tiernan.
|All 330 Supply.
|Looking for contact with any of the following members of 330 Supply fron 1972/3. 50th anniversary reunion being planned. Don't want them to miss out..... John Murdoch Kev Blackmore Nigel Heaton Pete Gillet Barry Henderson Steve Tiernan
|V A Cheek
|We worked together in the Transportation railhead section at 16MU RAF Stafford during the late 60's
|I have just read an article by a Tom Davies who once lived in Windsor. If is the same guy perhaps we could touch base in an email Many Thanks Brian Field Valley Mildenhall Windsor
|I just wish to thank Bryan for his contribution regarding Peter Corfield in the latest newsletter. I knew Peter on and off over the years and was most saddened to hear of his death from an undisclosed illness.
|Brian Spurway Sqn Ldr RAF(Rtd)
|In July 1960, as a Cpl airframe fitter, I was posted to join 1325 (Dakota) Flight at Christmas Island; in the event because the British Nuclear Testing (Operation Grapple) had come to a halt I ended up remaining at RAF Changi, along with some thirty others, all aircraft tradesmen bar one: Cpl Michael (Mike) Hole who was to run the Flight's Admin Office for the single year that we were to remain at Changi. To the best of my knowledge Mike had been an Admin Apprentice; he was then in his early twenties, as was I, so my guess is that his training would have been around about 1955. I was an Aircraft Apprentice (81st Entry) 1955/58 and am now aged 83, so I would guess he to be somewhere round about 85; I realise that the chances of making contact are slight, but Hey, if one doesn't try . . . etc. Thank you. Kind regards, Brian.
|Jeff Nunley was a colleague and good friend whilst serving in the P2 section at RAF Uxbridge in the late 1960's or early 70's. I haven't seen or spoken to him since so would be absolutely delighted if there was some means of getting back in touch with him again after all this time. Any assistance or advice the Association may be able to provide would be very much appreciated. Thank you. Paul Rowse, Plymouth (ex 48th entry Boy Entrant)
|David Anderson (jacko)
|Electrician was at RAF HALTON, lived in. Knaresburgh, married a WAFF born 1953 based as Gutterslow in Germany
|Service Number :- 592879 RAF Hullavington 1961
|RAF Boy Entrant 45th Entry
|593294 – FREEGUARD T A J TREVOR
|I retired in 1988 (Age 44) in the rank of Sqn Ldr. However, in 1965 I was an SAC at RAF Seletar and Trevor was a Cpl posted in from Xmas Island when it was closing down. If possible I would like to contact him and if he is local then arrange to see him. Hopefully you can help Colin Tebbs
|He was at locking RAF camp 1977/1978
|I was in touch with Tom some 3 years ago but lost his contact details (Technology!). I believe he resides in the Norfolk area.
|Brian Kingdom, John Leeming, Stephan Lee, Martin Kemply, Jim Garrie
|I am Derek McCraw I joined 313 Entry in September 1968. I never stayed the course, bought myself out after 6 months. Those are other members who I remember. I have often wondered how they got on with their careers !
|I have just read Pete Culley,s article about his Air Training Corps experiences . i discovered that we had both been in the same ATC Squadron 219 Sutton & Cheam in the 1950's. Would like to make contact if I could have his phone/ email address. Many thanks Regards Charles (Jimmy) James 24th entry Tel 01243-264687
|Bryan Peter Hoare
|I received a message from Elizabeth Thatcher: Hello! I wonder if you can help me trace an RAF Officer who may have begun his service life in clerical administration from 1922 in either South or West Ruislip. His name is William (Bill) Beale. He retired as a [Spitfire] Squadron Leader (admin, not flight). Still based around either Ruislip or moved to the RAF records centre. Gloucester. Long shot I know but would be grateful for any help. Many thanks.
|Alan H F Smith
|Any surviving members of the Clk Accts. Admin Apprentices.
|I know there are probably few of us still surviving as we are all in our 90's . In particular Ron Phillips and Reg Povey are names that come to my memory.
|Geof "Jesse" Jmes
|301, RAF Halton, 1964
|We were Administrative Apprentices (Medical) at RAF Halton in 1964. After passing out, we were posted from Halton, to RAF (Hospital) Wroughton. We became good mates at Wroughton. Dave came from near Barnstable. We went there when on leave from Wroughton. I last saw Dave in May 1965. I have always wondered about Dave and what he did with his life. I have been trying to find him for some time, but with no success. I now live in Queensland, Australia. If anyone can help me, I would appreciate it greatly.......Geof James
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