@kanga Do you just "know" this stuff, or does something someone posts trigger some kind of a kick in you to find out about something and you cant help yourself?
I seem to have a penchant for remembering perversely small, usually useless, detail from the various topics of professional or private research in which I have been involved over the decades; these include, as some may have gathered, and in no particular order: computers, wireless, military history, languages, politics, Europe, Canada, ... but nothing useful like cooking, gardening or DIY
It is probably a concomitant vice that I am too ready to suppose others will welcome me sharing such detail uninvited. ..
However, in this case, I must thank the author of this (recommended
) book:https://www.courtyardbooks.co.uk/?page= ... ct_id=1552
[Gloucestershire independent publisher specialising in books of local interest or connexionhttps://www.courtyardbooks.co.uk/?page=shop/aboutus
Written and researched by a JAM member, it was published to coincide with the 80th anniversary of the airfield which became Staverton. It has been a useful source of detail and anecdote to share with visitors to JAM, including on this story veterans of RAF Police. Copies should be available for sale on the 'local interest' shelf in the book area of the JAM shop; if not, volunteers should be able to retrieve one from the stock room. A bargain at £14.9; royalties, incidentally, come to JAM
(mere guide at) Jet Age Museum, Gloucestershire Airporthttp://www.jetagemuseum.org/
TripAdvisor Excellence Award 2015http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Attraction ... gland.html