Unit History: RAF Heany

RAF Heany

Added on 13/07/2010

R.A.F. Heany was home to N.4 Flying Training School and 394 Maintenance Unit while I was there 1948/1949.It was approximately 15 miles from Bulawayo which was the capitol of the then Southern Rhodesia. It operated Tiger Moths and Harvard aircraft.

Memories of RAF Heany

(Memories written by members of Forces Reunited)

RAF Heany, in 2012

Written by Neil Pelling

Were any of the Heany lads in the Male Voice Choir? Have a look at the photo and see if you recognise anyone. We were also in the Bulawayo Operatic Company in the Desert Song and the Pirates of Penzance. Happy days.

RAF Heany, in 1952

Written by Neil Pelling

This was the Engine Repair Section (ERS) at RAF Heany, S.Rhodesia in February 1952.I am top row, 4th from right. Other names I remember in the photo are "Taff" Healy, Bill Randle, "Paddy" McKeogh, Hickey, Ron English and his dog Sheila and the C.O. Flt Lt Nixon. Bob Isaacs.

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