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    Researching loss of Wellington W5715 (19.08.1941) 101 Sqd ORB states "Missing ,received NAP from this aircraft but nothing further was heard and it is posted as missing" What is the meaning of NAP

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    Only a rough guess, but could the "AP" bit be..... And Position.

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    Hi, I could only say that there were some codes (three letters) used in the wireless correspondence via Morse different from Q-codex. Unfortunately I was not able to find anywhere the list of the codes - I have code BAR which I believe means "bombs jettisoned" but that is all.

    Pavel
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    http://cz-raf.webnode.cz

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