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 Rare WW1 photos on page 12

Recollections RAF Feltwell History RAF Feltwell Planes & Buildings 75 NZ Squadron


RAF Station Feltwell, near Thetford, Norfolk.

(Bombing development unit)

With thanks to Paul Brunelle, Oct. 04 (and David Lyon)

Paul was ground crew at Dishforth, Yorkshire before being transferred to the Armament Experimental Section of the RAF early in 1945.  He stayed in the RCAF after the war and then transferred to the RCN.   Read his recollections here.

L to R back row, standing: Stan Fixter (Stores), Fred Thick (Stores), Jim Ilsley (Guns, ballistics, ammo), Ken Morant ( (Draughtsman), Jack Cooper (Turrets and bombs), Jim Hodges (draughtsman), Bill Bosley (bomb accessories, sheet metal, woodwork)

L to R middle row, sitting: Eric Schofield (Mathematician, Bomb accessories) “Mac” McFarlane (Mathematician, 2nd NCO i/c Section), F/Lt Badcock (Officer in charge, Ballistics, Maths, Flight, Authority), Dave Williams (Guns, bombs, machinist), Jeff Lord (Bomb accessories, electrical, woodwork)

 L to R front row:  Paul Brunelle (RCAF) (Guns, bombs, machinist, NCO i/c Section), Chet “Dusty” Estabrook (RCAF) (Machinist, welding, i/c/ Structures)