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    Hi

    I am working on an RAF service record and it has B4M 4-4-46 on it in two places, in large letters and looks like its a label stuck on. The man was discharged on 29/07/46 as Class 4B, under the Kings Regulations paragraph 652-4B ‘Ceasing to fulfill RAF physical requirements although fit for employment in civil life’.

    Anyone know what B4M means please?

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    Medical Cats here

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...cal-Categories

    B is ground duties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross_McNeill View Post
    Medical Cats here

    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...cal-Categories

    B is ground duties

    Ross
    Thanks Ross, I was looking at that before I made my post and its a really helpful post. I figured B could be ground duties and 4 non-combatant passenger, its M I can't figure unless its as simple as M for medical. Or I did wonder if a mistake by the person writing it and in both instances its meant to be H for home service only.
    Last edited by Welshbob; 11th February 2018 at 14:57.

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