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<ref>1933 Who's Who in British Aviation</ref>'''Wiltshire School of Flying and Country Club
 
<ref>1933 Who's Who in British Aviation</ref>'''Wiltshire School of Flying and Country Club
  
Founded: 1931.
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''Founded'': 1931.
  
Membership: 120.
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''Membership'': 120.
  
Aircraft: One Redwing, one Spartan Arrow.
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''Aircraft'': One Redwing, one Spartan Arrow.
  
Aerodrome: High Post Aerodrome, Salisbury.
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''Aerodrome'': High Post Aerodrome, Salisbury.
  
Chief Instructor: E. G. Hordern.
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''Chief Instructor'': E. G. Hordern.
  
Manager: J. E. Doran-Webb.
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''Manager'': J. E. Doran-Webb.
  
Secretary: A. Clement.
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''Secretary'': A. Clement.
  
Address: High Post Aerodrome, Middle Woodford, Salisbury, Wilts.
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''Address'': High Post Aerodrome, Middle Woodford, Salisbury, Wilts.
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Latest revision as of 08:53, 15 July 2016

March 1934.

[1]Wiltshire School of Flying and Country Club

Founded: 1931.

Membership: 120.

Aircraft: One Redwing, one Spartan Arrow.

Aerodrome: High Post Aerodrome, Salisbury.

Chief Instructor: E. G. Hordern.

Manager: J. E. Doran-Webb.

Secretary: A. Clement.

Address: High Post Aerodrome, Middle Woodford, Salisbury, Wilts.

See Also

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