Wilson, Joan


Wilson, Joan
Joan Wilson
Joan M Hill


Two items. An oral history interview with Joan Mary Wilson (486004 I, Royal Air Force) and one photograph. Joan was a wireless operator in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force and served in 5 Group.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Joan M Wilson and catalogued by IBCC Digital Archive staff.




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Wilson, JM

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Joan Wilson was born in Nettleham near Lincoln. She joined the Women’s Auxilliary Air Force and served as a wireless operator at RAF Morton Hall. The day following the Normandy landings, she had to send an urgent signal to all aircraft, to stop…

Joan M Wilson
Half-length portrait of Joan Wilson in Women's Auxiliary Air Force uniform. On the reverse '486004 I. M. Hill 1944. TAKEN ON LEAVING 5 GROUP FOR CEYLON'.
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