Letter to Fred Edwards from the RAF

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Title

Letter to Fred Edwards from the RAF

Description

The letter asks Fred to consider returning to the RAF.

Date

1946-12-04

Temporal Coverage

Spatial Coverage

Language

Format

One typed letter, envelope and printed reply card

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Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

ERAFRecOffEdwardsF461204-0001,
ERAFRecOffEdwardsF461204-0002,
ERAFRecOffEdwardsF461204-0003,
ERAFRecOffEdwardsF461204-0004

Transcription

[preprinted letter]
[Postmark] 4 DEC 1946

1805103
W/O EDWARDS. F
[Missing letters]EMES RD,
[Missing letters]RITH,

R/O Gloucester

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[Pre-paid card]

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[preprinted postcard]

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Record Office,
Royal Air Force,
Gloucester.

You have now been out of the Service for a month or more, and probably you have obtained suitable employment. If so, good luck to you.

It is possible, however, that you have not secured employment or nothing you have seen suits you. If that is so, why not consider coming back into the Royal Air Force for a time.

We need trained men in aircrew, and details of service in the peace-time Air Force as aircrew are now available.

This letter is addressed to you as ex-aircrew, but if you wish to return to the Service for ground duties and have completed a minimum of two years, you can do so under the Bounty Scheme, which has been widely advertised.

If you are interested in further service, fill in the enclosed prepaid postcard and post it to the Air Officer in charge of Records, who, after review of your Service documents, will send you details of the aircrew or ground service openings available.

Yours truly,

[Signature]

Air Officer in charge of Records.

Collection

Citation

Great Britain, Royal Air Force, Record Office, “Letter to Fred Edwards from the RAF,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 27, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/22699.

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