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He was John Patrick Smith a doctors son from Bolton lancs He enjoyed those four years in the RAF even tho his training took him to Manitoba, he left in 1956 to collect his 500 gratuity which helped buy one of our homes.In the interim I will rack my brain and search my old photographs to see what I can come up with.I think that I can recall a fair percentage of those in hut N13 and my fellow tradesmen but that is all so far. Regards, Don (ex D flight, 2 Squadron, 1 Wing, East Camp, RAF St.I accompanied him at his passing out parade when he was awarded The Sword of Honour........ If anyone has any information please contact me at the above e mail address. Mary (nee) Martin Johnny Geddes My Uncle John or as we called him Johnny (Geddes) has been in the RAF and had been based at Biggin Hill.My father Bill Geddes- we were farmers at The Mumbie near Langholm in Dumfries and Galloway- died in 1982 and they had lost touch before that.I would like to find three speakers to contribute to this episode.
The casting I am aiming for is American who came over British person directly involved in the base Bystander affected by bases arriving Each would talk about the social aspects of a large number of Americans turning up in a small English community, and then go on to talk about the impact of one of the near nuclear misses.
I understand from what records I could find he sadly died aged 32 in 1981 although I am unable to find how.
He was my first boyfriend when I was a Student Nurse in Hitchin in 1970/1971 and he was at Henlow.
Pls contact Pearl Rogers ( X Biggin Hill P Dickson ) Via Face Book, Melbourne Australia or 61 359772184 I would like any information on Cpl WRAF Florence Mary (Terry) Nettel who served with me in Gibraltar 1964/1966 She was an AATC at the time and was I believe posted to Little Rissington after Gibraltar.
Gerry Kite John Patrick Smith My late husband courted me by airmail from Winnipeg in 1952 we married in 1956 when he was a Flying Officer at Marham Norfolk.
American missiles arrived in little English towns like Mildenhall and Alconbury, and with them came US servicemen and their families - in large numbers, bringing new pressures but also new prosperity.