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    Where stands the abbreviation 'SAC' for? It must have been a unit, as in:

    Aircraftman 2nd Class (W. Op./Air Gnr.) Charles L. Crowcroft, RAF 650296, age [18], 16/05/1940, Doncaster Hyde Park Cemetery, UK. Death registered at Newton Abbot, Devon. Crowcroft and Morton in Blenheim L9031, 2 SAC, along with M Patton-Bethune (pilot) and K Stokes at Mortonhampstead.

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    Bart

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    Bart

    According to Air-Britain, Blenheim L9031 was with 2 SAC, and also according to A-B, 2 SAC was Number 2 School of Army Co-operation, based at Andover.

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    Allan
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    From 'The Bristol Blenheim' - Graham Warner SAC = School of Army Cooperation.

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    Peter.

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    Thanks for the enlightenment, Peter and Allan!

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    Bart

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