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    Default No.84 O.T.U Desborough

    Gents,

    Hoping someone has a copy of No.84 O.T.U Desborough ORB. Interested in the arrival on September 13th 1943 of Squadron Leader Frederick John AUSTIN on completion of his second tour. Would also like to know if possible where he may have been posted on to.

    TIA

    Steve
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    Not sure if this helps with the second part of your post but London Gazette 15 October 1943 has him listed as "Reserve of Air Force Officers No. 623 Squadron"

    (Note: Having just seen your other posting on him I am guessing not)
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    In on the 13th from No.623 Sqn and out on 25th to No.12 OTU

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    Ross,

    Great stuff, I presume out on the 25th September 1943 ?.

    My next qwuestion who has a copy of No.12.O.T.U ORB.

    Thanks again Ross.

    S
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