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MNealeETH1395951-150731-051.pdf
Ted Neale's course notes for Course 19 Air Navigator including details of corrections and adjustments to be applied to readings and calculations of positions.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-044.pdf
A note book kept by Ted Neale covering chart projection, navigation calculations and also notes about firing range procedures and behaviour expectations for non-commissioned officers and officers.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-043.pdf
An exercise book kept by Ted Neale with his Navigation notes, as part of his training at 77 Operational Training Unit

MNealeETH1395951-150731-041.pdf
An exercise book that Ted Neale used to record his notes during Signals classes, No 19 AN Air Force Training School.

Training notes cover signals procedures and codes. Also instructions on operational flight procedures, reconnaissance flights and…

MNealeETH1395951-150731-031.pdf
An excercise book kept by Ted Neale with his meteorology notes. Recorded at No 19 AN 42 Air School, Port Elizabeth.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-030.pdf
An exercise book kept by Ted Neale recording notes about navigation theory. Training notes covering Dead Reckoning calculations and corrections, and post flight procedures.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-029.pdf
An exercise book kept by Ted Neale with his observations and calculations used in astro-observations, No 19 AN, 42 Air School, Port Elizabeth.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-027.pdf
An exercise book kept by Ted Neale with notes recorded during his training at the Air Force Training School.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-026.pdf
An exercise book kept by Ted Neale when training in South Africa with notes about Metrology and Magnetism.

MNealeETH1395951-150731-024.pdf
A notebook kept by Ted Neale with his notes recorded during training in South Africa with 42 Air School, Port Elizabeth.

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A letter of encouragement to RAF trainees from the Air Marshall of Flight Training Command, P Babington.

MStavesME203137-160226-28.pdf
Notes written by Malcolm Staves during his wireless operators training course.

MStavesME203137-160226-25.pdf
Notes written by Malcolm Staves during his training as a wireless operator.

MStavesME203137-160226-24.pdf
Notes written by Malcolm Staves during his training as a wireless operator.

MStavesME203137-160226-23.pdf
Notes written by Malcolm Staves as part of his wireless operators training course. Captioned 'Bags of Gen' on the cover.

MStavesME203137-160226-22.pdf
A notebook used by Malcolm Staves for recording his training notes on Wireless.

MStavesME203137-160226-21.pdf
A notebook used by Malcolm Staves for mathematics at 18 Initial Training Wing.

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Time allowed one hour. Contains five mathematics questions with question 4 deleted and substituted.

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paper 1. Six questions concerning altimeters

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Time allowed 2 hours. Five questions concerning air plotting on a simulated route over the English Channel.

MHudsonJD173116-151001-020004.jpg
Time allowed 1 hour. 3 questions on aerial photography

MHudsonJD173116-151001-020003.jpg
Time allowed 3 hours. Ten questions on mathematics, navigation and maps.

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Course A2, time allowed 3 hours. Contains 10 questions on general flying subjects, maps, weather and navigation

LHudsonJD173116v2.pdf
Flying note book for number 130, B squad, course A2, covering the period from 17 November 1939 to 2 February 1940. Detailing his training as a navigator. He was stationed at Prestwick. Aircraft flown were, Fokker F22, F36 and Anson.

MCluettAV1209046-150515-13.pdf
Detailed descriptions of the workings of Bristol, Boulton Paul and Fraser Nash turrets. Procedures for gun harmonisation of Hurricane, Typhoon, Beaufighter, P-51 and Spitfire
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