Any history buffs can add to my search re. my fathers W.W.2 mob the R.W.A.F.F. in Burma? I've never met any other man who served in this regiment.
I think some of these units were rebadged Reconnaissance Corps and served as Inf Div Recce Regiments in Burma. Not sure of the detail.jesse said:Any history buffs can add to my search re. my fathers W.W.2 mob the R.W.A.F.F. in Burma? I've never met any other man who served in this regiment.
Try again your PERSEC just went straight out the window, I take it you tried that via your computer?I have just made this one as a start. It shows two unknown men standing at what may be the entrance to a barracks/camp, alongside a flagpole at the foot of which is a plinth showing the regimental insignia and the regimental title
I hope this works.
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