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RAAF Form A.50

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

1 July 1941 - PARKES
Flying Officer A.V. DUPEN promoted to acting rank of Flight Lieutenant (C. of A. Gazette No. 149 dated 31/7/41).
15 July 1941 - PARKES
Strength: 15 officers, 140 airmen, 428 aircrew V(G), 3 civilian instructors.
17 July 1941 - PARKES
Arrival of three Tiger Moth aircraft A17-15, A17-16, and A17-17 (Operation Instruction Serial No. 2 attached.
20 July 1941 - PARKES
Arrival of two Tiger Moth aircraft A17-2 and A17-7 (Operational Instruction Serial No. 3 attached).
21 July 1941 - PARKES
64 aircrew V(G) completed WAG Course No. 10(G).
24 July 1941 - PARKES
Commencement of WAG Course No. 15(G).
28 July 1941 - PARKES
64 aircrew V(G) ex WAG Course No. 10(G) posted to No. 1 BAGS.
Flight Lieutenant N.P. BLIGHT posted to No. 2 WAGS from No. 6 EFTS for flying duties.
30 July 1941 - PARKES
Pilot Officer J.R. BELL posted from No. 2 WAGS to Stn H.Q. PARKES for administrative duties. Pilot Officer G.C. READING posted from Stn H.Q. PARKES to No. 2 WAGS for administrative duties.
31 July 1941 - PARKES
Strength: 16 officers, 149 airmen, 406 aircrew V(G), 3 civilian instructors.
Promotion of Pilot Officer R.R. PURDIE to Flying Officer from 20/3/41 and Pilot Officers L.J. DEAL and G.C. READING to Flying Officers from 16/6/41 gazetted. (C. of A. Gazette No. 149 dated 31/7/41.
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