Record Details for Aaron Ottolangui (Raf Holme On Spalding Moor)


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Orders of Battle (ORBATS) are documents produced by the military to show the hierarchical structure, command organisation and disposition of units for particular engagements of the British Military. At the highest level they show a breakdown of the units involved in entire conflicts, the First World War in this case, including Divisional and Brigade commanding officers, the organisation of the divisions right down to the battalion level along with their attached units from for example, the Royal Artillery. With the ORBATS you are able to determine exactly where units were on a given date and the battle, action or event they took part in.

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Raf Holme On Spalding Moor during World War 2

More information about RAF Holme On Spalding Moor

Formed: 1941

Disbanded: 1983

Opening in August 1941, Holme-on-Spalding Moor was under the control of No1 Group, Bomber Command.
The first units to move in were No20 Beam Approach Training Flight (formed here) with Oxfords and No458 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force with Wellington Mk IVs.
October 1941 saw the Australians of No458 Squadron move in. In 1942 the unit was posted to the Middle East.
76 Squadron was to be the main resident unit until its last mission in March 1945.
Apart from a short stay by 512 Squadron, training crews to fly Dakotas, the base closed and remained on a Care and Maintenance basis until 1952 when No14 Advanced Flying... read more here  >>
Campaign Medals:
1939-1945 Star
1939-1945 Star This star was awarded for service in the Second World War between 3rd September 1939 and 2nd September 1945. The
Air Crew Europe Star Medal
Air Crew Europe Star Medal The Air Crew Europe Star was a campaign medal of the British Commonwealth, awarded for service in World War II.
1939-45 War Medal
We don’t currently have any additional information on this medal.
* Medal entitlement listed above is worked out using the same methodology the MOD used for issuing them
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