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The R A F and The W R A F

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nigel

nigel Report 2 Feb 2020 15:22

could some one please let me know how to look up these topics all I get is the army :-0

Maddie

Maddie Report 2 Feb 2020 16:03

there are some records on ancestry

UK, Royal Air Force Airmen Records, 1918-1940

do you want a look up

ArgyllGran

ArgyllGran Report 2 Feb 2020 16:20

Welcome to the boards, Nigel.

You don't say if you're looking for the records of a particular person, or just general info.

If the latter, there's lots of info if you Google

eg -
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_Royal_Air_Force

If the former, you haven't given any indication of date, but be aware that WW2 records are not online.
And the WRAF only came into existence in 1918.


Re WRAF service records 1918-20:

https://tinyurl.com/tckvuz2

ErikaH

ErikaH Report 2 Feb 2020 20:03

Who are you researching?

What years did he/she/they serve?

On which site(s) have you been looking?

PatinCyprus

PatinCyprus Report 3 Feb 2020 14:17

The WRAF did not exist during WW2 it was the WAAF 1939 - 1949

WRAF 1918 - 1920 then returned in 1949 - 1994


now all RAF