Early Air Force wireless and air-ground communication notes

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Presented here are pages from a flight training notebook produced by a pilot of the Great War. Material was graciously made available by the pilot's grandson Mel Crocker for inclusion on this website. The whole notebook is not shown but rather the parts that deal with airplane wireless sets and air/ground communications in support of artillery shoots.


28 Bn CEF Signalling HQ in crater.jpg A photo of ground troops communicating with aeroplanes using singalling panels.