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F540 Operations Record Book February 1956 NO 118 SQUADRON.
PRO Kew No. AIR27 Piece 2705 Microfilm Row 1 Draws 52-71
Place Date Time Summary of Events                     COMPILING OFFICER__Fg. Off. C. W. Powell_________   REF. TO APPENDICES
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JEVER 9.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     A good day's flying with 6 aircraft, giving a total of some 28 hrs. on operational
type.   Again the sorties were mainly of an individual nature.
 
JEVER 10.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     A fairly good day with over 20 hrs.   Mostly preparation for Sylt.   The monthly
target is still being exceeded.
 
JEVER 11.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     Flying did not start until 0900 hrs. today and only a few hours were flown.
PERSONNEL
Fg. Off. Barraclough returned from the U.K. today with the news that the other
would be ready shortly.
 
JEVER 12.2.56   STAND-DOWN  
JEVER 13.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     Full flying early on was reduced to one pair by the weather conditions, and only
16hrs. were logged.
 
JEVER 14.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     Due to fairly continuous snow falling, and poor visibility, there was no flying
carried out today.
PERSONNEL
     Five pilots are attending a weeks lectures in preparation for Promotion Examinations
"B" and are not available for flying duties.
 
JEVER 15.2.56   OPERATIONAL
     Weather and runway were not too good at first, but flying eventually commenced
with a pair, which was all that was allowed all day.   Nevertheless, 10hrs. flying, again
on Sylt quarters, was carried out.
     As the Officers Mess is being decorated for the forthcoming Ball, most evenings
are spent on this work.
 
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