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Royal Air Force Police (RAFP) is the service police branch of the Royal Air…

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No 4 School of Technical Training 1973 learnt to drive in a Series 2 Land Rover

No 4 School of Technical Training 1973 learnt to drive in a Series 2 Land Rover

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RAF Rheindahlen, I was posted to HQ RAF Germany here in the It's near Moenchengladbach, and the Dutch border. Had a great time here until the RAF ruined my last summer in Germany by deploying me to the Falkland Islands.

The RAF Intelligence Branch dates back to 1939 following the outbreak of the Second World War, however personnel have been employed in intelligence duties since the formation of the RAF in 1918. At the time, officers of the General Duties (GD) Branch (mainly pilots on a ground tour or who for medical reasons could no longer fly) performed the duty of Squadron Intelligence Officer, or aircrew on ground tours in the Air Ministry Intelligence Department.

The RAF Intelligence Branch dates back to 1939 following the outbreak of the Second World War, however personnel have been employed in intelligence duties since the formation of the RAF in 1918. At the time, officers of the General Duties (GD) Branch (mainly pilots on a ground tour or who for medical reasons could no longer fly) performed the duty of Squadron Intelligence Officer, or aircrew on ground tours in the Air Ministry Intelligence Department.

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