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RAAF Form A.50

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

1 November 1941 - PARKES
Flight Lieutenant N.C.P. BLIGHT resumed today (command of "B" Flight) following sick leave.
Strength: Officers 17, Airmen 225, Trainees 421, Civilian Instructors 3.
3 November 1941 - PARKES
No. 2858 W.O. GRIFFITHS, G. posted No. 3 RAAF Hospital for W.O.D. duties.
6 November 1941 - PARKES
Commencement of first No. 2 WAGS monthly stand-down leave period (1730 hours 6.11.41 until 1200 hours 10.11.41). Leave an outstanding success from benefit to training, and trainees point of view, and behaviour of of all personnel exemplary.
10 November 1941 - PARKES
Pilot Officer J.H. CORRIGAN posted to No. 3 WAGS.
12 November 1941 - PARKES
42 aircrew V(G) completed WAG Training Course 14(G). For 14(G) Course, Douglas DC-2 aircraft flew 182.55 hours, Moth aircraft 492.05 hours. Trainees average 26.23 hours listening and 12.54 hours operational in Douglas DC-2 and 11.59 operating Moths.
13 November 1941 - PARKES
Commencement of Course 19(G). No. of trainees 72.
Flying Officer L.M. SIMMONS (Education Officer) posted No. 2 WAGS from No. 1 WAGS.
Flying Officer L.M. SIMMONS posted No. 2 Training Group Headquarters.
15 November 1941 - PARKES
No. 60743 Sergt. O'BRIEN, E. posted from CFS CAMDEN, for flying duties.
Pilot Officer C.W. LANHAM promoted to Flying Officer as from 31.9.41.
30 November 1941 - PARKES
Strength: Officers 16, Airmen 221, Trainees 425, Civilian Instructors 3.
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