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Thumbnail preview of 1928 - 0203.pdf... raids, and that the marauders will ultimately learn that they cannot penetrate peaceful neighbouring territory and indulge with impunityin wanton pillage and the massacre of men, women and children. Shipwright Ratings and Aircraft Instruction. MR. BRincEMAN, on March 7, in reply to Mr. Hore-Belisha, said it is notpracticable at present to arrange for shipwright ratings to undergo a course of airc...
1928 - 0203.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1939 - 2002.pdf...Leading Torpedomen, Seamen Torpedomen, men holding the non-substantive rate of Observer's Mate or Air Gunner, and men of the Stoker Engine Room Artificer, Electrical Artificer, Ordnance Artificer, Shipwright, Mech anician and Communications Branches, together with Royal Marines, of the following categories: Long-Service Pensioners under the age of 5^; Royal Fleet Reservists, Class B; Ex-Nava...
1939 - 2002.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1921 - 0206.pdf...(captain), and Air Craftsman A. Shand, half-backs ; Corpl. R. P. Wash, AirCraftsman G. Ayres, Flight-Lieut. L. H. Pakenham-Walsh, Sergt. T. H. Donald, and Air Craftsman L. Barry, forwards.Royal Navy.—Shipwright Read, goal; Private Revill (R.M.L.I.) and Leading Stoker Edwards, backs; StokerHayes, Able Seaman Stubbs, and Able Seaman Cook, haH- backs ; Sergt. Wood (R.M.L.I.), Corpl. Warwick (R.M.L.I....
1921 - 0206.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1934 - 0918.pdf...red a bulls-eye every time, which was an exceptionally fine show, as he only went solo this year, after the small amount of jj hours dual. Mr. N. Seth made a good second, and Mr. Bremridge third. The Shipwright Trophy was also competed for, by way of a short cross-country competition. This was won by Mr. VV. Holbeach, who pin-pointed his exact position on the map. WALSALLFive new members have join...
1934 - 0918.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1936 - 2356.pdf...o Belgium in his B.A. Swallow for a fortnight's holiday. A challenge has been issued to a " dawn patrol " on Sunday, September 6. The attack takes place between 8.45 and 9.30 a.m. BROOKLANDS The Shipwright Navigation Competition, which was extended to Sunday, August 16, owing to its popularity with members, was won by Mr. Arthur Woods. Dr. Whitehurst came second and Messrs. G. Ryan and K. ...
1936 - 2356.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1932 - 0652.pdf...ng a triangular course around Reading, Basingstoke, Newbury and back, solely by instruments. DROOKLANDS " A cross-country competition is being organised by the Brooklands School of Flying for the Shipwright Trophy. This competition will be open to all pupils of the school, to members of the Brooklands Aero Club and the College of Aeronautical Engineering Aero Club who have not put in more ...
1932 - 0652.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1933 - 0767.pdf...taxi flights to Stras- burg, Rheims, Sarriburg, Paris, and Andover. Three in teresting competitions are causing a good deal of enthu siasm, the " Ted Jones " Trophy, the " Hart " Trophy, and the " Shipwright " Trophy. Among visitors during the week was Mr. Carl Brisson, who showed great interest in the Club. The Repair Department are very busy, hav ing worked overtime for the past two months...
1933 - 0767.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1926 - 0377.pdf.... Orlebar, A.F.C. ; Flight-Lieut. R. Osborne ; Air Commodore D. Pitcher, C.M.G., C.B.E., D.S.O. ; Squadron Leader A. Pryor; Flight-Lieut. R. Read ; Flying Officer C F. Sealy ; Flying Officer A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C. ; Flying Officer A. G. S. Tuke ; Flight-Lieut. W. G. Weston, etc. R. A. F. Airmen Reach Cairo WING-COMMANDER PULFORD and his three companions reached Cairo in their Fairey HID bipla...
1926 - 0377.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1924 - 0392.pdf...d Flying Cross Flight-Lieut. E. G. Hilton, A.F.C. ; Flight-Lieut. T. A. Langford-Sainsbury, A.F.C. ; Flying Officer H. S. Broughall, M.C. ; Flying Officer D. F. Anderson ; Flying Officer A. T. K. Shipwright; Flying Officer H. R. McL. Reid. Distinguished Flying Medal 313701 Cpl. (A/Sgt.) C. J. Dix ; 81637 Cpl. S. E. Wells 326984 L.A.C. P. M. French ; 240769 L.A.C. F. Holmes' 157539 L.A.C. F...
1924 - 0392.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1919 - 1551.pdf... Distance. Kils. Miles. St. John's, Newfoundland, to Clifden, Co. Galway .. .. .. .. .. 3.041 1,890 Subscriptions: Total subscriptions received to Nov. 24, 1919. W. J. Leonard Capt. D. E. B. K. Shipwright Mrs. Alfred Amos Maj.-Gen. The Rt. Hon. J. E. B. Seely, C.B. D.S.O.,M.P T. W. H. Mitchell £ *• 16,680 4 5 o 1 1 o 10 to 100 d. 7 o 0 o 0 o 16,796 15 Total, December 1, 19...
1919 - 1551.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1937 - 3511.pdf...ECEMBER 16, 1937. FLIGHT. 607 Royal Air Force Qazette General Duties Branch The following Flight Lieutenants are promoted to the rank of Squadron Leader (December i) :—A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., B. D. Nicholas, F. Whittle, E. C. Hudleston, P. F. G. Bradley, A. F. Britton, R. A. Chignell, A. C. Mitchell, F. C. Sturgiss, J. A. S. Outhwaite, P. J. H. Halahan, G. F. Macpher...
1937 - 3511.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1938 - 0260.pdf...manney, to H.Q., No. 4 (Bomber) Group, Linton- upon-Ouse; for Air Staff (Intelligence) duties, 1.1.38. A. C. H.Sharp, to H.Q., Bomber Command, Uxbridge; for Air Staff (Plans) duties, 1.1.38. A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., to R.A.F. Station,Cranwell; for Administrative duties, 39.12.37. G. H. Stainfortli, A.F.C., to No. 30 (B.) Squadron, Dhibban, Iraq; to command,25-8.37. C. E. St. J. Beamish, to H.Q...
1938 - 0260.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1939-1- - 0664.pdf...Kirkwood-Hackett in the Gradation List, reduction to take effect from July 20: Group Capt. the Hon. L. J. E. Twisleton- Wykeham-Fiennes is placed on the retired list (August 18); Sqn. Ldr. A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., is placed on the retired list on account of ill-health (August 12); P/O. N. Williams relinquishes his short- service commission on transfer to the Royal New Zealand Air Force (Ju...
1939-1- - 0664.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1922 - 0683.pdf...ding : Capt. W. Brass, a distinguished R.A.F. officer; Comdr. Burney of Imperial Airship fame; Capt. Wedgwood Benn; Rt. Hon. Lord Hugh Cecil (R.F.C. I9I5); Capt A. G. Reid, R.A.F., D.F.C.; Capt. D Shipwright (R.F.C. 1916); Sir John Simon (R.F.C. 1915-16); Ma]. G. C. Tryon (Under Secretary for Air, 191°). etc. Air Mail to Holland : Reduced Fees THE Postmaster-General announces letters and p...
1922 - 0683.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1925 - 0153.pdf...borougb, 10.4.25. Flying Officers: H. J. Storey, to R.A.F. Depot (Non-Effective Pool),un transfer to Home Estabt.; 27.1.25. A. E. Gliddon, to Schl. of Tech. Training (Men), Manston ; 1.3.25. A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., to No. 2Sqdn., Manston ; 6.3.25. A. P. C. Hannay, M.C., to Sch. of Army Co-operation (No. 16 Sqdn.), Old Sarum ; 8.3.25. Flying Officers: D. F. Anderson, D.F.C., to Aeroplane and A...
1925 - 0153.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1926 - 0100.pdf...t the Navy and the R.A.F. respectively on March 6th and 27th, unless a vast improvement in team-work takes place meanwhile in both the sides playing last Satur- day. The teams were :— The Royal Navy.—Shipwright S. Hoskin (H.M.S. Vivid), back; Lieutenant H. C. Cumberbatch (H.M.S./M.H.23), Sub-Lieutenant T. S. Lee (H.M.S. Tiger), Sub-Lieutenant R. W. Armytage (H.M.S. Pembroke), and Lieutenant M. Ric...
1926 - 0100.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1926 - 0215.pdf...nd ; 28.2.26.Squadron-Leader H. H. MacL. Fraser, to Aircraft Park, India ; 5.2.26. Flight-Lieutenant R. Grice, D.F.C., to No. 1 Flying Training Sch., Nethera-von ; 22.3.26. Flying Officers : A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., to Armament and GunnerySch., Eastchurch ; 16.3.26. C. H. A. Stevens, to No. 6 Sqdn., Iraq ; 27.2.26. Pilot Officers : W. I. N. Strong, to No. 5 Flying Training Sch., Scaland, onapp...
1926 - 0215.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1933 - 0981.pdf...taken bv Air Marshal Sir Robert Brooke-Popham, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., A.F.C. Tickets I3s. 6d. each, exclusive of wines, may be obtained on application to the Honorary Secretary, Flt.-Lt. A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., No.-3 (Fighter) Sqdn., Royal Air Force, Upavon, Marl borough, Wilts. Owing to oversea postings and changes of address, it has been impossible to notify all past and present membe...
1933 - 0981.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1933 - 1201.pdf...urch, 12.11.33. E. C. Dearth to R.A.F. College, Cranwell, 17.11.33. A. D. Gillmorc to Air Pilotagt School, Andover, 13.11.33. H. S. Sandiford to No. 1 Armoured Car Co., Hinaidi, 17.11.33. A. T. K. Shipwright, D.F.C., to No. 1 Armoured Car Co., Hinaidi, 17.11.33. Flying Officers: G. S. Barrett, to R.A.F. Base, Gosport, 15.11.33. C. E. St. J. Beamish to Air Armament School, Eastchurch, 24.10.3...
1933 - 1201.pdf
Thumbnail preview of 1933 - 0300.pdf...e management. The Service Department has been working up to midnight, and Mr. Massey is to be congratulated on the splendid team work of his staff. Full details of the Ted Jones Trophy and of the Shipwright Competition are now avail able, and application for particulars should be made to the Secretary of the Brooklands Aero Club. The Brook lands Airways' machines have been very busy, among ...
1933 - 0300.pdf
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