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    Default Re: RAF Abbreviation Reference

    Wow, that copy of the Canadian Gazette has either been printed very badly or copied very badly, but sadly I fear it is the former. Character Recognition would have a very hard time reading most of that! So glad that the NZ Gazette is almost perfect compared to this example! Hope the printing of that page is atypical (in other words an aberration).
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    David,

    In my limited sampling relating to my Dad’s service (commissioning, promotions and transfers) I’d say that quality is typical of what I’ve seen. Here’s the link to the Gazette online page lest anyone think my scanning skills are suspect :-) .

    https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/canada-gazette/001060-119.01-e.php?image_id_nbr=349493&document_id_nbr=9638&f=g &&&&&&&&PHPSESSID=qthnhf3jokqu4hatfjoerpcp50767b0j rimmj3adrecgr7kq7ik1


    Still...I am thrilled to have found his mentions in the Gazette to document the milestones.

    Stay well,

    Mike
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    Default Re: RAF Abbreviation Reference

    Hi all, I am looking for help with abbreviations MTC/MFC used in the CC Group ORB relating to messages send to/from an aircraft.
    Earlier I was helped here with similar set of abbreviations - MTB/MFC - Message to base/Message from base, so I suppose this would have a similar meaning like Message to command or control/Message from command or control

    Any help will be much appreciated as usually.

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    Paver
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    Default Re: W/Op (Air) LEA - meaning of LEA

    Hi Pavel

    I would think 'Message to/from Command'

    Malcolm

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    Default Re: W/Op (Air) LEA - meaning of LEA

    Thank you Malcolm.

    Pavel
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