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RAAF Form A.50

No. 2 Wireless Air Gunners School, RAAF - October 1941

1 October 1941 - PARKES
Strength: 16 Officers, 199 Airmen, 417 Aircrew Trainees, 3 Civilian Instructors.
15 October 1941 - PARKES
47 Aircrew V (G) completed WAG training Course 13 (G)
47 WAGS and 6 Air Gunners posted to No. 1 B&GS.
16 October 1941 - PARKES
Commencement of Course 19 (G) No. of trainees 72
18 October 1941 - PARKES
Regular monthly stand down leave for all personnel, including Air Operations personnel, organised, to commence 1730 hours 6th November until 1200 hours 10th November and each four weeks thereafter. Training syllabus recast to balance lost periods.
22 October 1941 - PARKES
F/O R.R. PURDIE appointed to rank of Act. F/Lt. No. 2 T.G. Sig. P.499 22/10
27 October 1941 - PARKES
Posted to No. 1 ANS from No. 2 WAGS for flying duties, F/Sgt. THOMAS N.L.
Posted to No. 2 WAGS from School of Administration duties P/O J.J. CORRIGAN
During month DC-2 Aircraft flew 252 hours; Moth Aircraft flew 739 hours.
Strength: 17 Officers, 225 Airmen, 421 Aircrew Trainees, 3 Civilian Instructors.
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