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RAAF Form A.50

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

1 September 1941 - PARKES
Strength: 19 Officers, 199 Airmen, 405 Aircrew Trainees, 3 Civilian Instructors.
3 September 1941 - PARKES
Posted from CFS, CAMDEN to No. 2 WAGS for flying duties - No. 36792 Sgt. KAIN G.A.
9 September 1941 - PARKES
Posted from CFS, CAMDEN to No. 2 WAGS for flying duties - No. 37675 Sgt. MONTGOMERY J.A.
17 September 1941 - PARKES
52 Aircrew V (G) completed training course 12 (G) posted to No. 1 B&GS.
18 September 1941 - PARKES
F/Lt. A.V. DUPEN posted to No. 3 WAGS, MARYBOROUGH
F/Lt. K.A. TAYLOR posted to No. 3 WAGS, MARYBOROUGH
P/O C.W. CURLING posted to No. 3 WAGS, MARYBOROUGH
Commencement of Course 18 (G) No. of trainees 72
F/O L.J. DEAL appointed Administrative Officer, No. 2 WAGS.
P/O G.W. STANLEY appointed Adjutant, No. 2 WAGS.
F/Lt. N.C.P. BLIGHT entered No. 3 RAAF Hospital, RICHMOND.
20 September 1941 - PARKES
S/Ldr N.W. SIMMONS posted to No. 2 WAGS to assume command
22 September 1941 - PARKES
W/Cdr. J.G. CARDALE posted to RAAF Station, MARYBOROUGH
29 September 1941 - PARKES
Posted from No. 2 Communication Flight for flying duties to No. 2 WAGS - No. 400365 Sgt. DAVIES G.A.T
During month Douglas DC-2 Aircraft flew 252 hours; Moth Aircraft flew 669 hours
30 September 1941 - PARKES
Strength: 16 Officers, 199 Airmen, 417 Aircrew Trainees, 3 Civilian Instructors.
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