WRAF


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WRAF

abbr.
Women's Royal Air Force
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WRAF

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Military) Women's Royal Air Force
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The WRAF was formed late in the war in spring of 1918 and more than 30,000 women enrolled, many transferring from the WAAC and its naval equivalent the Women's Royal Naval Service.
To mark the milestones, former and present females members of the WRAF are tak-k ing part in a charity relay across the country.
"It is undoubtedly better that women of this type should not be recruited into a service," said a memo.he WRAF kept an 'observation list' of females suspected of having lesbian tendencies, revealed documents.
PAD SIZE COMPARISON (STARTING PAD SIZE 0.022") Conventional Process Conventional Process CLASS 2 (3X WRAF) CLASS 3 (3X WRAF) Surface Copper Finished Pad Size Surface topper Finished Pad Size 0.0141" 0.01762" 0.00286" 0.01369" New Technology CLASS 3 (3X WRAF) Surface copper Finished Pad Size 0.00074" 0.01901" TABLE 4.
As a regular I spent the best part of four years stationed on this base which at that time had an establishment of some 5,000 airmen and about 300 were WRAF'S plus a few civilians.
These are Personnel Records (pre-1918), Personnel Records (RAF: WAAF: WRAF), Royal Air Force Unit Records, Royal Air Force Stations: Information Sources, and Aircraft - Service Histories.
With this funding, Rights & Democracy created the Women's Rights in Afghanistan Fund Project (WRAF) to help build the capacity of Afghan women engaged in human rights and peacebuilding activities.
COULD any of your readers throw some light on the whereabouts of my old WRAF mate Honor Jones?
I'm raging that at the relatively young age of 72 he was not able to see out the years with my mum - the woman he had adored since he first set eyes on her 54 years ago at a WRAF camp in Yorkshire.
In the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) and the Women's Royal Air Force (WRAF), they worked as cooks, telephonists, clerks, drivers and in other administrative roles.
For what did the initials WRAF stand between 1949 and 1994?