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    Default Meaning of HH as a reason for posting to 106 Sqn Mar 1940?

    An Aircraft Apprentice ex Halton is remustered to Fitter IIE and classified as an Aircraftman 1st Class on 28 Mar 40, and same date is posted to 106 Sqn (Hampdens). Against this posting 'HH' appears in the 'Reason' column of his RAF service record. What would HH stand for?

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    http://www.rafcommands.com/forum/sho...s-notations-HH

    Hard to search for as the google bar above wouldnt take hh. Had to search from main google site

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    Many thanks Dennis, much appreciated.

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    I'd always imagined it was 'horrendous happenstance'...

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