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- Army Air Corps No 1 Regiment
- Army Air Corps No 2 Regiment
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- Army Air Corps No 6 Regiment
- Army Air Corps No 7 Regiment
- Army Air Corps No 9 Regiment
No 1 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Yeovilton
No 2 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Middle Wallop
No 3 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Wattisham
No 4 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Wattisham
No 5 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Aldergrove
No 6 Regiment, Army Air Corps were attached to the Army Reserve.
No 7 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Middle Wallop
No 9 Regiment, Army Air Corps were based at Dishforth
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Those known to have served with
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Sgt. John Walter Tarbitten Army Air CorpsJack Tarbitten was captured at Arnhem and transferred to Stalag XII-A where he was held from the 2nd of October to the 28th of November 1944. Then he was transferred to Stalag IV-B arriving on the 2nd of December 1944, until he left on 4th of May 1945 after the German guards left and before the Russians arrived.Peter Tarbitten
Pte. Alan James Campbell Cameron Army Air CorpsAlan Cameron's daughter Averil knows little about her fathers past other than he was brought up by the Donnelly family at 7, Aberfoyle Terrace, Strand Road, Derry. He went to the family at the age of 6 years old. Mrs. Donnelly, Rosina was a sister of Alan's mother Isabella Mooney. Alan worked as a foreman builder and lived in Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire. His wife's name was Joan.
Alan joined the Army Air Corps and as a paratrooper was dropped into German enemy lines. He was captured, having sustained a broken leg. He was held at Stalag X1-B in Fallingbostel and was POW No. 117367.Tony McGartland
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