RAF Bridlington [entry point]
The town became home to 14, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 70 Initial Training Wings where aircrew and other RAF recruits spent 8-12 weeks receiving basic service training. It was part of 54 Group in Flying Training Command. Other training courses included ditching, Morse code and elementary air gunnery. A local country house was also requisitioned as an RAF hospital for sick personnel from nearby RAF stations.
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