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RAFVRRoyal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
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Stephen Roxburgh, right, who joined RAFVR (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve) in 1939 Above - Stephen Roxburgh's grave in Germany Below - A Wellington bomber, like the one Stephen flew
Flt/Sgt Joseph Philip Edmonson RAFVR who died on 16th March 1945 aged 22 years.
I AM searching for relatives of Sgt Arthur Rolfe RAFVR, who was a member of 460 Squadron RAAF.
Her brother, known as Whaley, joined the RAFVR on June 26, 1939 as a pilot under training at Newcastle.
ANOTHER Old Boy featured in the book is flying officer George Douglas Gamble BEM DFC, 139613, RAFVR (below).
THE picture you carried last week (right) of the Nugget Inn appears very much as it was early in 1939, when I paused there for a drink after a medical examination for the RAFVR in nearby Keresley Grange.
He served during the war in the RAFVR and RAF regiment holding the rank of flight lieutenant and, following war service, was commanding officer of 220 Squadron Air Training Corps.
IN the immediate post war era it was an RAF base flying Vampires, quite active at the weekend as the RAFVR pilots, ex-national servicemen, got their flying hours in.
Warrant Officer Gosling, who was born in Coventry in 1921, served as a clerk before enlisting in the RAFVR in June 1940.
One of the men involved was flight sergeant Norman Sadler, RAFVR aged 21, of Rugby who died as the result of a flying accident while engaged in flying training from the Staffordshire airfield of Halfpenny Green.
Sgt C C McCarthy RAFVR - Died September, 1940, aged 24 years.
CALLING all former members of the Royal Air Force, RAuxAF, RAFVR, WAAF, FAA and ROC.