RAFVR


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RAFVR

abbreviation for
(Military) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
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Tom Neil, a pre-war member of the RAFVR, flew throughout the Battle of Britain with 249.
With the rank of Squadron Leader RAFVR, my father was not only a writer but flew regularly on bombing missions and was one of the first to overfly Berlin.
Sir - Airman Sergeant Ernest Philip Lewis, RAFVR, was an airgunner on board a Whitley bomber of 10 Squadron which took off from RAF Leeming on the night of 12/13th November 1940 on an operation to attack U-Boat pens at Lorient.
I AM trying to trace relatives or old friends of Sgt George Irvine Bailey , RAFVR service no 1236325.
Robin Higham, Professor Emeritus of Military History, Kansas State University, and sometime Pilot RAFVR 1943-1947
The collection of Lowry's work being sold on Wednesday was gathered during a period of 30 years by Mr Joseph Fitton, a Meteorological Officer in the RAFVR during the war.
Edward writes: "The articles on RAF losses in Wellington Bombers during the Second World War (issues 95 and 103) has prompted me to write about my uncle Stephen Roxburgh who joined RAFVR (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve) before 1939.
I write as an 80-year-old golf lover and once an active member of the RAFVR 1942-47.
On Sunday, at 11am, the Redcar and District Branch of the Royal Air Forces Association will hold a service of remembrance and thanksgiving at the Cenotaph, Coatham Road, with a full parade under the command of Flight Lieutenant Steve Woods RAFVR (T).
RAFVR (T) Rtd who, after some years presented it to the Town Council, which in turn gave it to Thornaby Central Library for safe keeping.
Sgt Frank Glenister Ward, RAFVR, who died on April 8 1943 aged 20 years.
Sgt Frank Glenister Ward, RAFVR who died on April 8 1943 aged 20 years.