AHB

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AHBA Hundred Birds (song)
AHBAdvanced High Performance Bus
AHBActive Hyper Bass
AHBAdvanced High-performance Bus
AHBAssault Helicopter Battalion
AHBAuckland Harbour Bridge (bridge; New Zealand)
AHBAir Historical Branch
AHBAutomatic Half Barrier
AHBAttack Helicopter Battalion
AHBAssociation Hospitalière de Bretagne (French: Hospital Association of Britain)
AHBAssociation Hellénique de Bretagne (French: Hellenic Association of Britain)
AHBAussie Home Brewers
AHBArize Habitat Bois (French wood house construction company)
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As to why Sergeant Donnelly was buried at the site, information obtained from the Air Historical Branch of the RAF, said that he was killed when he fell through the floor of the aircraft, which broke in the impact.
Also a former RAF officer had told me confidentially that he knew the files had been at the MoD's Air Historical Branch as recently as twelve years ago.
They apologised and said that at the time of the first search 'It would appear that they were passing from the Air Historical Branch to the Records Management Unit'.
London UK: Air Historical Branch (AHB), Ministry of Defence, 2011.
(T), "Studie uber die Flugzeuglage der Kampfverbande," 5 May 1944, National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) microfilm T321/10/4746705, See also "Suggestions by the German Air Force Operations Staff for the Regaining of German Air Superiority," 19 May 1944, Air Historical Branch translation, United States Air Force Historical Research Agency (AFHRA), Maxwell AFB, Ala., file no.
He has researched the matter at the Air Historical Branch and at the Public Record Office in London.
The work reflects the judgment and efficiency of the editors, Sebastian Cox and Peter Gray--the former the head of the Air Historical Branch and the latter the director of defense studies.
The editors, Sebastian Cox, head of the Air Historical Branch of the British Ministry of Defence, and Peter Gray, the RAF's Director of Defence Studies, offer readers a scholarly consideration of many of the key developments in the history of air power.
Nerney, head of the Air Historical Branch of the Air Ministry and Mr.