He describes early defenses beginning with the reign of Edward I; the roles of airships, seaplanes, and land-based aircraft during World War I; flying boats and coastal command land-based aircraft during World War II; and specific airfields and bases.
What does COSCOM stand for?
COSCOM stands for Coastal Command (Coast Guard/Navy, Singapore)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
All ranks from RAF, WAAF and WRAF or next of kin who served at RAF St Eval are invited to join the RAF St Eval Coastal Command Association.
Brawdy itself was built by RAF coastal command in 1944; first as a mere satellite station of its parent base at St Davids.
Earlier, Commander Coastal Command briefed that 2nd Marines Battalion will be entrusted with the responsibility of safeguarding vital PN installations, infrastructure, and seaward security of Karachi Port and Port Bin Qasim.
Navy submarine commander, asks why the most effective antisubmarine weapon--the very long range B-24 Liberator--was not made more available to RAF Coastal Command.
During the war, he served with Coastal Command, winning the AFC in 1943 and the DFC the following year.
The Coastal Command crew of the Second World War aeroplane, who had been returning from a drop off on the Orkney Islands to mainland Scotland, had braced themselves as the port engine of their Vickers Warwick air sea rescue aircraft failed and its landing gear locked.
He in the RAF on coastal command and she in the WAAF in the UK and then in Singapore, they devoted themselves to their country, with no idea if they would ever come home.