R.A.A.F. P/P 118 for Keith Bruhn

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Title

R.A.A.F. P/P 118 for Keith Bruhn

Description

Officers record of service for Keith Bruhn issued in 1946.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1946-04-16

Contributor

Steve Baldwin

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Format

Printed form with typewritten annotations

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MBruhnKC437927-160430-04

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Transcription

R.A.A.F. FORM P/P 118 (REVISED JULY 1945)

[RAAF crest] No. 19943
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN AIR FORCE
OFFICER’S CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE
Surname: BRUHN Christian Names: Keith Clarence
Official Number: 437927
Branch of the Service: General Duties
Date of Appointment to a Commission: 17th September, 1945.
Rank of Appointment: Pilot Officer
Substantive Rank on Termination of Service on the Active List of the R.A.A.F.: Flying Officer
Temporary Rank on Termination of Service on the Active List of the R.A.A.F.: Nil
Highest Acting Rank Held: Nil
Date of Termination of Service on the Active List of the R.A.A.F.: 19th February, 1946.
Reason for Termination of Service on the Active List of the R.A.A.F.: On demobilisation
Honours and Awards: France and Germany Star, Defence Medal.
Remarks: Eligible for Returned from Active Service Badge.
Date 16th April, 1946. [signature] Wing Commander, for Air Member for Personnel.

W.A.H. 15M 1/46 B33

Citation

“R.A.A.F. P/P 118 for Keith Bruhn,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed January 29, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/19561.

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