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RAF Technical Training Command

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Technical Training Command
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Founded27 May 1940
CountryUnited Kingdom
BranchRoyal Air Force
RoleTechnical training
HeadquartersShinfield Park, Reading
Brampton Park in Cambridgeshire
Motto(s)Labore Terrestri Caelestis Victoria Latin: Victory in the air by dint of work on the ground[1]
EngagementsWorld War II

Technical Training Command was an organization within the Royal Air Force which controlled units responsible for delivering aircraft maintenance training and other non-flying training, initially in Berkshire and then in Cambridgeshire.

History

Technical Training Command was formed from the elements of Training Command which were responsible for delivering aircraft maintenance training and other non-flying training on 27 May 1940.[2] In 1945 the Command moved from Shinfield Park, Reading in Berkshire, where it had been established, to Brampton Grange in Cambridgeshire.[3]

No. 26 Group RAF was reformed on 12 February 1940 within RAF Training Command, and transferred to Technical Training Command on 27 May 1940. It was transferred to RAF Bomber Command on 10 February 1942.[4]

In its 13 May 1955 issue, Flight described the command as consisting of the RAF Technical College at RAF Henlow and RAF Debden, Nos 22, 24, and 27 Groups, No. 1 School of Technical Training RAF at Halton, No. 1 Radio School RAF at RAF Locking, No. 2 School of Technical Training RAF at Cosford "for boy entrants into the Services", the School of Administration, the WRAF Depot at RAF Hawkinge, two cookery schools, the Schools of Physical Training, Training Organisation and Method, Education, Firefighting and Rescue, Photography, Chaplains' School, the RAF Regiment Light Anti-Aircraft Gunnery School at Watchet, radio schools at Yatesbury and Compton Bassett, the Police Depot at RAF Netheravon, and the RAF Regiment Depot at Catterick.[5]

In mid-1965 the Command was made up of No. 22 Group, No. 24 Group, the Record Office, and RAF Henlow.[6]

It was eventually re-absorbed into the newly re-established Training Command on 1 June 1968.[2]

Air Officers Commanding-in-Chief

Air Officers Commanding-in-Chief were:[2]

Notes

  1. ^ Pine, L.G. (1983). A dictionary of mottoes (1 ed.). London: Routledge & Kegan Paul. p. 126. ISBN 0-7100-9339-X.
  2. ^ a b c "RAF Home Commands formed between 1939 - 1957". Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
  3. ^ "RAF Brampton". Pastscape. Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  4. ^ "No. 26 Group RAF". Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation. Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  5. ^ "The World's Air Forces - Britain". Flight magazine. Flightglobal. 13 May 1955. p. 630. Retrieved 22 February 2016.
  6. ^ Derek Martin (1 August 1965). "Royal Air Force Organization in the United Kingdom". RUSI Journal. 110 (639): 269. doi:10.1080/03071846509419774.

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Preceded by
Training Command
Technical Training Command
1940–1968
Succeeded by
Training Command
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