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    Gents,

    I have a copy of a Log Book of an Instructor who served on the above unit in 1942. On numerous pages there are small photographs of what appears to be RN/FAA pupils. Can anyone explain why the RN or FAA would be having future pilots trained at this school. Is there a nautical connection?

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    Hi Steve

    According to RAFFTASU the School had 12 Oxfords attached fro Jul 1941 to Oct 1942 for giving specialist training to Naval pilots

    Malcolm

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    Malcom,

    Thank you so much. Bang on !

    Steve
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