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This is that before World War II Cardiff Airport was at Pengam, which was also the home base of 614 Royal Auxiliary Air Force Squadron.
The operating department practitioner joined the 612 (County of Aberdeen) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, in June 2011.
Lord Beaverbrook is also active in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force (RAF Reserves), where he is Honorary Inspector General in the rank of Air Vice-Marshal.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] As a mark of respect, Squadron Leader Martin Balshaw, Commanding Officer of the Hercules C-130 detachment at 901 EAW, read out the names of the 35 Royal Air Force and Royal Auxiliary Air Force personnel who have given their lives whilst serving their country on Iraq-related operations since 1990.
501 (County of Gloucester) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, set a high standard for performance and heroism as part of the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the Second World War.
Away from their creature comforts, the 85 workers had to survive on Army rations, alongside regular recruits from TA and reserves from the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Royal Naval Reserve and 150 volunteers from the (Yorkshire) Transport Regiment.
Senior Aircraftsman Jonathan Howes, 32, is a volunteer airman with the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, and is doing his bit to tackle the insurgency as part of a seven-man specialist logistics team at the huge multi-national base of Kandahar Airfield in southern Afghanistan.
The VRSM is awarded to all members of the reserves of all of the British Armed Forces also including the Royal Naval Reserve, the Royal Marines Reserve and the Royal Auxiliary Air Force.