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    Default Member of aircrew discharged 1945 - KR + ACI 652 cl 4 (b)

    Please can anybody clarify what this might be,
    I am looking at the RAF Service Record of a member of operational aircrew who survived a nasty crash, returned to Ops but several months later was posted to RAF Hospital Halton and then ACDU (Aircrew Disposal Unit) Keresley Grange. That was followed by a posting to 1 P.H.U. (sup P.P.) some 6 weeks later and then 3 or 4 months afterwards he was Disch. KR + ACI 652 cl 4 (b) - I think that's it, a you know these are handwritten - in April 1945. Is it a no longer medically fit ?

    cheers Pete
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    Default Re: Member of aircrew discharged 1945 - KR + ACI 652 cl 4 (b)

    Pete

    ACI 652 cl. 4 (B) is mentioned on here:

    http://ww2talk.com/index.php?threads...8/#post-655454

    The post states:

    King's Regulations & Air Council Instructions Para 652 (4B) which means that he was "Invalided: physically unfit for air force services".

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    Simon
    Researching R.A.F. personnel from the North East of England

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    Default Re: Member of aircrew discharged 1945 - KR + ACI 652 cl 4 (b)

    Thanks Simon I tried to google it but somehow missed the useful one, that is appreciated !
    cheers Pete

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