The Royal Corps of Signals

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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Sergeant Leonard Joseph Wells DCM, 2nd Corps Tps, Royal Signals TA

    This NCO was responsible for the maintenance of of important circuits forward from Brussels under continual shellfire and bombing. He repaired the lines personally, working all night to do so on occasion, and set a fine example to the men under his command. At a later stage he took a detachment in to what was believed to be a tank-infested area and put through some important circuits successfully.


    LG 22.10.40
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

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    002 CADDICK GW 4531597 - 24/01/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    003 CADDY WM 5672704 18TH DIV SIGS 02/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    004 CADOGAN-OGG PC 14203960 - 25/05/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    005 CAIRNS J 14220777 - 22/03/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    006 CAIRNS LP 2320579 - 30/03/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    007 CALDWELL J 2359430 81 W/T SEC 28/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    008 CALDWELL AM 2375491 141 FORCE SIGS 29/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    009 CALVERT EG 2368923 ATTD 77TH INDIAN INF BDE SIG SEC 30/03/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    010 CAMBAGE H 2577035 50TH DIV SIGS 31/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    011 CAMERON ET 2318290 4 L OF C SIGS 14/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    012 CAMPBELL S 6026967 ATTD 34TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 08/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    013 CAMPBELL DWL 2572143 - 19/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    014 CAMPBELL C 14272837 6TH AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 07/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    015 CAMPBELL CB 2577485 - 12/03/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    016 CAMPBELL H 2573566 16 L OF C SIGS 24/08/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    017 CAMPBELL A 2583962 MALAY CORPS SIGS 21/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    018 CAMPBELL CW 2695219 3RD INDIAN DIV SIGS 21/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    019 CAMPION PG 2576817 XIII CORPS SIGS 23/11/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    020 CANDLER AF 6299850 1ST AIR FORM SIGS 20/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    021 CANNON P 3192544 78 FIELD REGT, ROYAL ARTILLERY, SIG SEC 16/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    022 CANNON RLR 2593462 3RD DIV SIGS 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    023 CANNON J 2332231 - 25/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    024 CANNON HC 2333684 II CORPS SIGS 09/10/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    025 CAPEL KGA 14498148 - 16/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    026 CAPLAN L 2332685 - 13/06/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    027 CAPPER J 2342708 11TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 12/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    028 CARDY DD 2372105 51ST DIV SIGS 19/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    029 CARLILE RJ 2379457 7TH ARMD DIV SIGS 25/05/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    030 CARLTON H 14304444 - 16/01/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    031 CARNIE DE 2586447 51ST DIV SIGS 13/01/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    032 CARPENTER CH 1433146 - 25/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    033 CARR SR 2332077 - 03/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    034 CARR JR 2366826 - 22/08/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    035 CARR AS 7348134 117 LT AA REGT, RA SIG SEC 11/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    036 CARR F 2591968 17 L OF C SIGS 01/02/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    037 CARRODUS H 14129550 - 15/12/1946 - - 16/12/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    038 CARROLL PJ 2579210 - 29/10/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    039 CARRUTHERS J 2359437 MALAYA COMMAND SIGS 21/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    040 CARSBERG HR 336659 - 12/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    041 CARTER H 2369250 XXXIII CORPS SIGS 16/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    042 CARTER JR 8461 - 15/01/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    043 CARTER FW 2341664 11TH ARMD DIV SIGS 26/04/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    044 CARTER EG 14310550 - 15/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    045 CARTER RV 5501135 HQ, 3RD ARMY GROUP RA SIG SEC 28/12/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    046 CARTER WG 14415025 5 HQ SIGS 28/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    047 CARTER G 2367085 - 17/02/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    048 CARTER BJ 2350843 ATTD 3RD INDIAN DIV SIGS 31/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    049 CARTLAND AD 2376290 - 24/08/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    050 CARTLEDGE G 2048239 - 07/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    051 CARTWRIGHT N 2344315 9TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 30/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    052 CARTWRIGHT LG 2325662 HONG KONG SIG COY 01/10/1942 - - 02/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    053 CARVILLE H 2332554 - 17/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    054 CASE S 2573318 50TH N DIV SIGS 05/09/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    055 CASE EC 14933659 - 05/01/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    056 CASEY VJ TNO/2814 1 L OF C SIGS 24/06/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    057 CASEY C 2590518 76TH DIV SIGS 10/09/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    058 CASSEY NW 14649217 AND NO 1 11/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    059 CASSIDY MV 138760 44TH DIV SIGS 25/03/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    060 CASSIDY MJ 2328716 18TH DIV SIGS 21/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    061 CASSON N 2580774 50TH DIV SIGS 29/05/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    062 CASTLE ER 2554810 5 L OF C SIGS THE CHESHIRE YEOMANRY 05/03/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    063 CASTLE HCE 2359720 - 18/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    064 CASTLETON A 5956796 - 14/05/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    065 CATCHPOLE F 2331948 52ND DIV SIGS 02/02/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    066 CATCHPOLE CR 2559354 - 09/03/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    067 CATHCART J 2355076 ATTD 5TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 27/04/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    068 CATHCART R 3583919 56 MEDIUM REGT, RA SIG SEC, 51ST DIV SIGS 26/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    069 CATTRALL WD 2310129 - 17/10/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    070 CAULFIELD BJ 2360615 46TH DIV SIGS 09/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    071 CAUSEBROOK WC 2587043 10 AA REGT, RA DIV SIGS 12/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    072 CAVANAGH W 2325075 - 16/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    073 CAVANAGH JF 2334678 XIII CORPS SIGS 30/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    074 CAVANAGH JE 2358508 - 18/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    075 CAVE JJ 2335199 - 30/04/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    076 CAVENDISH D 2372237 - 21/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    077 CAVENEY AP 2375250 16 L OF C SIGS 07/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    078 CAWLEY A 2576875 42ND DIV SIGS 29/05/1940 - - 02/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    079 CAWTHRAY J 2349561 ATTD III INDIAN CORPS SIGS 12/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    080 CENCI APA 5675308 18TH DIV SIGS 12/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    081 CHADDERTON W 3522704 I CORPS SIGS 27/05/1940 - - 02/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    082 CHADWICK HA 2348422 18TH DIV SIGS 29/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    083 CHADWICK FD 3717500 77TH INDIAN INF BDE SIG SEC 01/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    084 CHADWICK GK 2360898 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 08/09/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    085 CHAFEY S 2336702 - 14/12/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    086 CHALLINOR G 2343775 3RD DIV SIGS 06/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    087 CHAMBERS EW 2317221 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 03/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    088 CHAMPION DH 2589433 - 22/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    089 CHAMPKIN LR 2326143 - 16/11/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    090 CHAMPNESS AJ 2372727 77TH DIV SIGS 27/01/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    091 CHANCELLOR CFW 2585238 2ND ARMD DIV SIGS 13/04/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    092 CHANDLER RR 2370113 - 10/11/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    093 CHANDLER R 2391743 4 REGT, RHA, SIG SEC 10/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    094 CHANDLER BJ 2381581 8 AIR FORMATION SIGS 16/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    095 CHANDLER RM 7941599 HQ TANK REPAIR SIG TROOP 25/03/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    096 CHANTLER FA 2593933 30 W/T SEC 14/02/1942 - - 15/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    097 CHAPMAN HJ 2340932 - 03/04/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    098 CHAPMAN ED 2370010 49TH DIV SIGS 28/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    099 CHAPMAN WF 5678401 43RD DIV SIGS 09/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    100 CHAPMAN R 2571443 II CORPS SIGS 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    101 CHAPMAN N 2354296 - 26/05/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    102 CHAPPELL JW 2577709 51ST DIV SIGS 11/06/1940 - - 12/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    103 CHARLISH AWL 2325035 ATTD 11TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 09/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    104 CHARLTON VH 260120 - 22/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    105 CHARLTON D 4547521 15 L OF C SIGS 18/03/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    106 CHARLTON WA 14366015 - 22/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    107 CHARLTON WC 2589936 2 HQ SIGS 25/10/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    108 CHARMBURY HJ 2573021 - 13/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    109 CHASMAR GH 2363980 SECOND ARMY SIGS 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    110 CHATER DK 2577889 50TH DIV SIGS 07/07/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    111 CHATT GFC 220353 2 COMMAND SIGS 26/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    112 CHEETHAM R 2597217 - 15/06/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    113 CHENERY EW 2360262 - 17/12/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    114 CHESSON KCD 2590661 52ND DIV SIGS 07/04/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    115 CHESTER RH 2350572 - 24/02/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    116 CHESTER C 14818717 151 DR SEC CYRENAICA SIGS 28/09/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    117 CHESTERMAN CR 14453567 - 07/03/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    118 CHESTERS J 2309394 - 28/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    119 CHETWOOD LW 269702 - 31/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    120 CHEW EJ 2349443 ATTD III INDIAN CORPS SIGS 01/08/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    121 CHILDERSTONE TC 2335437 - 20/10/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    122 CHILDS WC 2333127 142 FIELD REGT, RA, SIG SEC 20/01/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    123 CHILDS AH 2366677 III INDIAN CORPS SIGS 13/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    124 CHILDS WR 2325725 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 20/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    125 CHILTON AB 2360263 ATTD III INDIAN CORPS SIGS 18/05/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    126 CHILVER BJ 86187 81ST WA DIV SIGS 05/04/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    127 CHINN WE 34305 - 01/03/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    128 CHISHOLM GR 14203564 78 DIV SIGS 20/04/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    129 CHITTY AW 2358015 18TH DIV SIGS 12/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    130 CHURCH IJ 14968543 - 29/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    131 CHURCHHOUSE GA 2590503 51ST DIV SIGS 14/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    132 CLACK EA 2349752 155 THE LANARKSHIRE YEOMANRY FIELD REGT, RA, SIG SEC 25/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    133 CLAPTON EF 2359413 N CORPS SIGS 18/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    134 CLARIDGE AJ 14732365 - 31/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    135 CLARIDGE W 2576519 - 23/07/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    136 CLARK JR 2352976 HQ 2 AA BDE SIGS 26/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    137 CLARK ACB 2341308 ATTD XI INDIAN CORPS SIGS 24/04/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    138 CLARK J 2582179 - 11/09/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    139 CLARK DP 14368430 78TH DIV SIGS 03/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    140 CLARK EM 14402187 9 AIR FORMATION SIGS 30/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    141 CLARK BG 2309634 2ND AIR FORMATION SIGS 10/03/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    142 CLARK FJD 6342363 21ST INF BDE SIG SEC 29/06/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    143 CLARK AE 14957177 - 22/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    144 CLARK JS 2343914 130 FIELD REGT, RA SIG SEC 15/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    145 CLARK CP 2371500 21 LT AA REGT, RA SIG SEC 09/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    146 CLARK RJ 2593769 1 AIR FORM SIGS 07/01/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    147 CLARK D 2324707 1 HQ SIGS 30/05/1940 - - 02/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    148 CLARKE JE 14527291 - 09/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    149 CLARKE HW 2350848 HONG KONG SIG COY 07/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    150 CLARKE PW 2323131 - 03/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    151 CLARKE WH 10694944 - 01/02/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    152 CLARKE W 2341663 21 ARMY GROUP SIGS 10/05/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    153 CLARKE LA 14216301 6 SPECIAL WIRELESS SEC 12/10/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    154 CLARKE PC 2323696 ATTD 6TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 07/03/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    155 CLARKE JR 2595739 - 08/09/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    156 CLARKE E 2593854 2ND AA DIV SIGS 02/09/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    157 CLARKE H 2380992 - 27/09/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    158 CLARKE J 2348234 - 24/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    159 CLARKE WA 2578462 77 HAA REGT, RA SIG SEC 29/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    160 CLARKE ALA 4975464 80TH DIV SIGS 19/04/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    161 CLARKE BJ 4980467 - 14/01/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    162 CLARKSON CK 74251 56 LONDON DIV SIGS 15/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    163 CLARKSON P 2596572 - 19/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    164 CLAUSE PWA 164231 - 13/08/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    165 CLAVERING J 2320084 4 INDIAN DIV SIGS 03/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    166 CLAXTON EGF 2363773 11TH ARMD DIV SIGS 17/01/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    167 CLAY H 5047231 3RD DIV SIGS 06/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    168 CLAYTON JW 4799151 4 AIR FORM SIGS THE NORTH SOMERSET YEOMANRY 05/05/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    169 CLEARY WJP 2572652 - 30/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    173 CLEGGETT AE 2323569 HONG KONG SIG COY 01/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    174 CLELLAND DS 14302672 15 L OF C SIGS 07/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    175 CLEM JA 2332626 9 LINE MAINT SEC 09/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    176 CLEMISHAW WR 2591561 - 21/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    177 CLEMMIT JL 2576628 50TH DIV SIGS 27/05/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    178 CLEMONS AC 2598778 - 18/03/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    179 CLEMSON H 5883486 18TH DIV SIGS 13/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    181 CLIFFORD WHJ 2352318 XII CORPS SIGS 27/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    183 CLIVE WR 2337521 - 05/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    185 CLOKE H 2320277 - 03/01/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    186 CLOKEY JA 7013491 - 24/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    188 CLOSE SF 2575920 - 15/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    189 CLOVER PW 2323406 HONG KONG SIG COY 15/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    190 CLOWES KA 2378268 - 20/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    194 COATES EF 14682441 - 05/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    197 COCHRANE KM 13044383 - 05/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    199 COCKING D 2316446 - 13/11/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    200 COCKRILL LR 2582840 9TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 24/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    201 COENEN J 2572214 42ND ARMD DIV SIGS 26/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    202 COFFIN E 2365045 21 LT AA REGT, RA SIG SEC 09/06/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    203 COFFIN FJ 2367653 - 04/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    211 COLE GE 9016616 - 24/12/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    214 COLLARD DK 14652433 - 26/09/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    215 COLLENDER WA 14548782 - 15/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    217 COLLEY AJ 2306426 - 06/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    223 COLLINS RT 2361902 - 15/11/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    226 COLLINS AJB 2592669 - 05/08/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    229 COLMAN R 2335355 4 L OF C SIGS 06/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    236 COMBEN A 2393264 - 07/06/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    237 COMBEN PH 2590842 50TH DIV SIGS 15/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    238 COMBEY TB 2349632 68 HAA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 14/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    239 COMBSTOCK WH 7869394 2 LINE MAINT SEC 03/08/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    240 COMMON G 2371265 - 19/07/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    241 COMRIE LC 186389 - 17/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    242 CONACHER P 2335583 HQ 231ST BDE SIG SEC 09/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    243 CONDUIT PF 5569479 122 FIELD REGT, RA SIG SEC 11/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    244 CONLEY J 3129355 18TH DIV SIGS 07/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    245 CONNELL W 2592600 11TH ARMD DIV SIGS 02/05/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    246 CONNELLY DMA 2579263 - 16/09/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    247 CONNOLLY BC 14623371 6TH AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 09/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    248 CONNOLLY M 2342436 11TH EA DIV SIGS 12/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    249 CONNOR WJ 2372362 23RD INDIAN DIV SIGS 27/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
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    251 CONROY P 2312826 18TH DIV SIGS 09/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    252 CONROY JP 7899485 - 27/05/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    253 CONROY C 3862106 7TH ARMD DIV SIGS 04/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    254 CONSTABLE NJ 2600249 72ND INF BDE SIG SEC 08/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    255 CONSTABLE JW 14390991 6TH AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 02/04/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    256 CONWAY HAW 14216033 3 GHQ SIGS 21/06/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    257 CONWAY CHC 205190 - 30/07/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    258 COOK KJ 2351757 - 13/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    259 COOK ECA 2583047 ATTD 19TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 20/01/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    260 COOK FW 4388561 - 15/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    261 COOK AE 2344737 IV CORPS SIGS 20/04/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    262 COOK R 2565735 48TH DIV SIGS 21/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    263 COOK LW 2362068 4 L OF C SIGS 26/07/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    264 COOK PH 2324228 HONG KONG SIG COY 01/10/1942 - - 02/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    265 COOK WC 2361905 44TH INDIAN INF BDE SIG SEC 21/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    266 COOK A 2321626 1 HQ SIGS 30/05/1940 - - 02/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    267 COOKE LH 2327805 48TH DIV SIGS 28/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    268 COOKE G 2323359 - 30/12/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    269 COOKE RJ 2316204 HONG KONG SIG COY 08/12/1941 - - 25/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    270 COOMBES AW 2321678 3 HEAVY REGT, RA BDE SIG SEC 14/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    271 COOMBES AED 1428625 - 06/12/1942 - - 07/12/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    272 COOMBS FW 2366680 7TH ARMD DIV SIGS 19/12/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    273 COOPER AH 2931200 21 BEACH SIG SEC 08/05/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    274 COOPER AJ 2326271 21 CONSTR SEC 12/04/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    275 COOPER GF 2582959 II CORPS SIGS 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    276 COOPER J 2351526 - 19/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    277 COOPER WH 2363338 - 19/01/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    278 COOPER G 19116744 - 09/04/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    279 COOPER RA 2340168 - 10/05/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    280 COOPER W 14118050 - 27/02/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    281 COOPER WG 311922 - 07/03/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    282 COOPER AW 6456512 56 LONDON DIV SIGS 15/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    283 COOPER RS 901938 ATTD 10TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 01/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    284 COOPER CD 2585085 - 01/01/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    285 COOPER AL 2368931 CEYLON COMMAND SIGS 11/09/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    286 COOPER GW 2035906 43RD DIV SIGS 09/08/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    287 COOPER F 2356667 68 HAA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 14/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    288 COOPER NLF 2357090 - 24/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    289 COOPER FG 2362364 50TH DIV SIGS 17/11/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    290 COOPER-GREGORY E 2594199 ATTD 11TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 15/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    291 COPEMAN GP 2328291 FIRST ARMY SIGS 25/12/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    292 COPESTAKE F 232122 5 DIV SIGS 13/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    293 COPLAND JWA 2352385 7TH ARMD DIV SIGS 23/11/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    294 CORBETT JRO 2317178 ATTD 6TH INDIAN INF BDE 06/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    295 CORBETT DG 180835 - 21/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    296 CORBETT FA 14223075 15 HQ SIGS 02/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    297 CORBETT G 14314073 2ND DIV SIGS 04/05/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    298 CORBYN SAE 11056364 77 AA REGT, RA SIG SEC 26/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    299 CORDELL WA 877142 6TH AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 08/09/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    300 CORFIELD FGA 2321620 ATTD 19/07/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    301 CORFIELD GW 2602014 - 25/11/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    302 CORFIELD T 14298689 15TH DIV SIGS 23/05/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    303 CORKE GJ 2367654 48 LT AA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 14/09/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    304 CORLESS J 2389714 V CORPS SIGS 05/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    305 CORMACK J 14934158 - 10/10/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    306 CORNELL WHC 2589792 - 26/10/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    307 CORNISH RWJ 2336990 ATTD III INDIAN CORPS SIGS 26/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    308 CORNISH FD 2362237 HONG KONG SIG COY 08/12/1941 - - 25/12/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    309 CORNISH HH 2329337 7TH ARMD DIV SIGS 22/02/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    310 CORNISH DJ 410200 4 AIR FORM SIGS 28/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    311 COTTON H 6028728 88 FIELD REGT, RA SIG SEC 12/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    312 COTTON EF 2318194 - 17/01/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    313 COTTON DG 2335965 18TH DIV SIGS 24/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    314 COTTON LW 2594847 16 L OF C SIGS 16/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    315 COTTRELL WH 5123448 ATTD 47TH INDIAN INF BDE 05/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    316 COUBROUGH AS 2584609 - 27/09/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    317 COUCOUTAS G ME/2551761 - 20/05/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    318 COULT MC 14659977 51ST DIV SIGS 05/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    319 COURTNEY S 4868422 6TH AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 13/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    320 COURTNEY WJ 2361286 25TH TANK BDE SIGS 31/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    321 COUSINS T 2368539 21 LT AA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 06/02/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    322 COUTTS LG 2573358 50TH DIV SIGS 29/05/1940 - - 30/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    323 COVENTRY KR 2357202 48 LT AA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 08/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    324 COWAN JJ 7359505 - 06/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    325 COWAN JC 14226449 - 17/06/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    326 COWE J 3194819 9TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 12/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    327 COWEN H 2320201 - 12/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    328 COX AF 2363954 1ST ARMD DIV SIGS 22/02/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    329 COX KF 2603112 - 18/06/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    330 COX JF 2352839 3RD DIV SIGS 07/01/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    331 COX A 328892 21 LT AA REGT, RA, SIG SEC 01/04/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    332 COX AE 5719603 - 13/04/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    333 COX RV 5958013 - 01/10/1946 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    334 COX W 6013546 4TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 12/03/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    335 COX JT 2320419 XXX CORPS SIGS 07/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    336 COX CE 2325041 13 AIR FORM SIGS 26/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    337 COYLE E 2978113 - 07/06/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    338 COZENS ST 128336 - 11/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    339 CRABTREE WE 2336077 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 16/07/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    340 CRAFT GT 2333954 11TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 19/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    341 CRAGG A 2361963 113 SPECIAL W/T SEC 25/04/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    342 CRAGG SN 2351871 68 HAA REGT, RA SIG SEC 28/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    343 CRAIG J 2369022 10 CORPS SIGS 14/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    344 CRAIG N 2589939 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 02/12/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    345 CRAIG TD 2358215 ATTD 11TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 10/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    346 CRANE EWG 7904435 ATTD 05/09/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    347 CRANE BW 5345418 46TH DIV SIGS 20/01/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    348 CRANG FG 14319123 3RD DIV SIGS 26/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    349 CRATE GA 2575504 - 20/03/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    350 CRAVEN H 2351386 IX CORPS SIGS 02/05/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    351 CRAVEN A 2576532 5 WIRELESS GROUP 21/12/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    352 CRAWFORD FW 267363 6 AIRBORNE DIV SIGS 24/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    353 CRAWFORD JTW 14212525 8 AIR FORMATION SIGS 16/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    354 CRAWFORD JR 5836766 102 SUB AREA SIG SEC 08/12/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    355 CRAWFORD EJ 2373483 77TH INF BDE SIG SEC 29/03/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    356 CRAWLEY FW 2330255 HONG KONG SIG COY 01/10/1942 - - 02/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    357 CREIGHTON O 14396771 - 17/04/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    358 CRELLIN JW 2377615 ATTD 7 INDIAN DIV SIGS 16/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    359 CRESSWELL WA 2577159 4TH DIV SIGS 05/08/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    360 CRESSWELL JR 6213823 4TH DIV SIGS 25/01/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    361 CRESSWELL R 2344154 95 LINE SEC 31/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    362 CRICHTON R 2593481 9 LINE MAINT SEC 21/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    363 CROCKER WC 6028953 88 FIELD REGT, RA SIG SEC 06/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    364 CROCKETT FE 2342620 - 03/04/1947 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    365 CROFT WG 2323246 ATTD 5TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 14/11/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    366 CROFTS RF 2585277 22ND ARMD DIV SIGS 29/05/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    367 CRONIN CC 2312674 - 08/03/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    368 CROOK J 2350147 - 26/05/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    369 CROSBIE WH 2327145 - 04/10/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    370 CROSHER GA 2338341 1 AIR FORM SIGS 23/05/1940 - - 24/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    371 CROSS RS 1130757 ATTD XXXIV INDIAN CORPS SIGS 03/08/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    372 CROSS HG 2579364 III CORPS SIGS 31/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    373 CROSS A 2381400 - 29/08/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    374 CROSS JA 783320 GUARDS ARMD DIV SIGS 26/05/1942 - - 28/05/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    375 CROSSLAND K 2346042 MALAYA COMMAND SIGS 19/10/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    376 CROSTON CT 2322439 SINGAPORE FORTRESS SIGS 26/02/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    377 CROUCH KA 6854064 - 30/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    378 CROWE WM 2334411 - 16/09/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    379 CROWE HF 773424 1 HQ SIGS 28/05/1940 - - 02/06/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    380 CROWTHER F 2318804 - 26/10/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    381 CRUICKSHANK A 2591537 74 MEDIUM REGT, RA, SIG SEC 28/01/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    382 CRUICKSHANKS T 2326485 3RD DIV SIGS 03/05/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    383 CRUMP AL 2377648 - 16/12/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    384 CRUMP EH 5381830 - 18/10/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    385 CRYER T 10691603 5 CORPS SIGS 15/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    386 CUDBY CF 2352565 - 22/04/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    387 CULLY F 2339218 3RD AA BDE SIG SEC 27/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    388 CULY EF 2579323 78 DIV SIGS 09/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    389 CUMING CH 7870813 - 13/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    390 CUMMING JS 319540 - 25/11/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    391 CUMMINGS R 7343711 - 19/12/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    392 CUMMINS BE 2361912 8TH INDIAN DIV SIGS 24/01/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    393 CUNNINGHAM JM 2567875 - 03/12/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    394 CUNNINGHAM TC 2993221 48 DIV SIGS 07/06/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    395 CUNNINGHAM E 4530985 28 WING SIG SEC 21/03/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    396 CUNNINGTON CK 2598946 4 COMMAND SIGS 28/08/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    397 CUNNINGTON AGA 2591892 56TH DIV SIGS 05/09/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    398 CURD EG 217992 - 16/10/1942 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    399 CURRIE JRS 2578032 AND NO 2 SIGS 30/12/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    400 CURRY LJ 2368080 ATTD HQ 159 INF BDE 22/11/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
     
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    401 CURRY DR 165431 - 13/01/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    402 CURRY R 2360911 I CORPS SIGS 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    403 CURRY GH 2381205 11 L OF C SIGS 25/02/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    404 CURTIS EAV 2362762 12 LT SIG TROOP 02/09/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    405 CURTIS WFT 14749677 - 28/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    406 CURTIS FC 2318182 2ND ARMD BDE SIG SQN 08/09/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    407 CURTIS W 6400350 78 DIV SIGS 10/07/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    408 CURTIS EA 2580951 18TH DIV SIGS 30/07/1945 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    409 CURTIS H 2356670 - 01/02/1943 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    410 CURTOIS LF 2591849 - 17/01/1941 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    411 CUTHBERTSON RM 2582054 - 14/10/1939 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    412 CUTLER E 254216 - 26/05/1944 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
    413 CUTLER D 2585086 44TH DIV SIGS 28/05/1940 - - 29/05/1940 ROYAL CORPS OF SIGNALS
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Lieutenant William Stewart Bodys MBE, Eigth Army Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded MBE.

    Lt (Two) Bodys has served as TMO with 4 L of C Signals and Eigth Army Signals for over two years in the Western Desert, during all the campaigns.

    His technical ability and long, untirring, hours of work, often under almost impossible conditions, have maintaine dthe technical instruments and MT at Rear Army HQ, Sub Areas, and Signals Sections throughout this period.

    He has commanded his Technical Maintenance Section during this time, and inspired them with his spirit of devotion to duty so that MT vehicles and Signal instruments have given service for longer periods than was thought possible; but had this not been done there were times when, owing to shortage of materials, communications would have broken down.


    LG 14.10.43
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Lieutenant Peter Spencer Clapham MC, 5th London Corps Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded Military Cross.

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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Signalman Arthur Edward Percy Spreadbury MM, 7th Armoured Division Signals, Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded MM
    On night of June 29th 1940 with 7th Hussars, in attack on Fort Capuzzo, Sgmn Spreadbury was operating the Rear Link W/T Set when his tank recieved a direct hit from a field gun. Sgmn Spreadbury by good driving and initiative, having taken over from the driver who was badly shaken, succeeded in getting the tank back after the action. He displayed great coolness and efficiency under fire.

    This man has consistantly done good work in the field.
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Lieutenant Colonel, Temporary Colonel David Terrance Bastin CBE, OBE, Meditterranean Tactical Air Force, Air Formation Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Previously Awarded 2 x MiD's 15.12.42 (ME) and 16.9.43 (NA).

    Awarded OBE.

    As CSO for Air Formation Signals Tactical Air Force, Col Bastin has rendered exceptional services in connection with the internal communications of that force, and with co-operation with TAF and 15 Army Group.

    His conspicuous energy, enthusiasim, perserverance and professional ability combined to produce results which have directly and markedly contributed to the success of the operation.

    Furthermore, Col Bastin has displayed outstanding capacity for co-operation with and co-ordination of the work of the US Air Corps elements of the TAF.

    This recommendation is made with the full support of the ACC TAF.



    LG 23.3.44


    Awarded the CBE.

    Colonel D T Bastin has been the Chief Signals Officer of Air Formation Signals to the Tactical Air Force since the 17th March 1943. His own personal services resulted in outstanding efficiency in every phase of the force he commands. The communication problems involved in the assaults on Sicily and Italy were tremendous both in their scope and urgency. The solution of these problems, with the resultant unbroken air operations, was the work of Colonel Bastin. Both from the American and British point of view his services have been invaluable. I strongly recommend him for the award of CBE.


    LG ?4.8.44.
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Lieutenant, Temporary Captain Wilfred Douglas Pettit MC, 10 Corps Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded Immediate MC.

    At Cava Di Terroni, on 26th Sep 43, this officer was ordered to extend the Main Corps Line Communications to Cava Station and to contruct a test point there.

    Although the station was for several hours constantly under shell fire and one shell hit the Signal Box less than five yards from where he was working, he went on with his work in an undaunted manner and successfully completed the construction of the test point. By so doing, he ensured the success of these communications, which played a vital part in the advance to Scafati. On this, as on other occasions, he showed great devotion to duty, and a complete disregard of his personal safety, and set a magnificent example to those under him of coolness and courage under fire.



    LG 24.2.44
     
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    The Royal Corps of Signals - Laurette Burton
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    L/Sergeant Cyril James Adlingston BEM, No.1 Air Formation Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded BEM

    2085211 L/Sgt Adlington, C J Has served with this unit since it was formed in August 1941. Throughout his service his work has been outstanding and the high standards he has set have been an excellent example to the other NCO's of the unit.

    L/Sgt Adlington has commanded a Wireless tentacle with the Eighth Army throughout the Desert, Sicilian and Italian campaigns, landing early on 'D' day both Sicily and Italy.

    He is of an adventurous disposition and is never happier than when he is in a dangerous spot. For this reason his detachment is always chosen for the most difficult and most dangerous jobs.

    Both as an NCO and Wireless Operator he is first class, whilst his experience in Air Support type work has often been of great value to formation staffs.

    L/Sgt Adlington is strongly recommended for the BEM.


    LG ?
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Signalman Herbert Darbyshire MM, 78th Divisonal Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded Military Medal.

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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Signalman Thomas Barr MM, attached 2nd Battalion, The Highland Light Infantry, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded Military Medal (The Royal Corps of Signals first medal during WW2).

    Signalman Barr was accompanying a patrol on the 18th September 1939, when heavy fire was opened on two trucks in which the patrol was travelling. Signalman Barr remained in his truck, which had been left in an exposed position, and sent through two messages of vital importance. He only stopped operating his W/T Set when, twenty minutes later, he had been wounded and the W/T Set had been put out of action.

    Signalman Barr's bravery in operating his set under heavy fire saved his patrol from heavy losses.


    No LG date.
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Sergeant Gordon Arthur Stanley DCM, 42 W/T Section, Royal Signals

    For courage and devotion to duty in Flanders during the period 14-28th May 1940. On one occasion particulary when the unit HQ at Cost-Capelle were being bombed and machine gunned from the air, he manned a MG which he had taken from a derelict lorry belonging to another unit and disabled an enemy aeroplane.

    Recommended for a MM

    Gazetted 11.7.40
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Sergeant John Urquhart MM, Second Army Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals.

    Awarded Periodical MM.

    On 24th Apr 45, East of Soltau Sgt Urquhart was working on a telephone line to Main HQ 8 Corps. The direct and only possible routefor the speedy provision of this circuit passed through territory still in enemy hands. However, in spite of warnings given by the forward troops engaged in clearing the area he pushed on, by-passing positions occupied by the enemy, and in the face of direct opposition provided a line to Main HQ 8 Corps by nightfall. During the day he took many prisoners and refused to be diverted from his purpose by opposition from small arms and MG fire.

    By his outstanding devotion to duty and complete disregard for his personal safety, Sgt Urquhart ensured that communications of the highest operational significance were provided at the earliest opportunity.



    LG 24.1.46
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    Signalman Frederick John Nutbeam MM, 3rd Line of Communication Signals, The Royal Corps of Signals

    Awarded MM
    A few days after his capture at Kalamata on 29 Apr. 41 Nutbeam escaped by crawling under the wire, but he was betrayed the next day as he was trying to obtain a boat. Again from Corinth he and two New Zealanders escaped by the same method. They seperated almost immediately and Nutbeam's battledress caused his apprehension after 4 1/2 days' freedom.

    His third attempt, about 26 Jun. 41, was during entrainment for Germany, when he jumped in the dark from the top of a truck travelling at 30 mph. Until 3 Jul. 42, when he was arrested by Italians, he wandered in Greece receiving hospitality and nursing during illness. After being tortured in a vain attempt to make him reveal the names of his helpers he was imprisoned at Averof and Larissa. During this time he had an operation for appendicitis which was so badly carried out that it failed to heal satisfactorily. When the Italian Armistice was arranged he was in hospital at Athens, but shortly afterwards he was entrained for Germany. During the journey he made arrangements for an escape and with three other P/W he jumped near Skimetari when th etrain was travelling at about 20 mph.

    Nutbeam went alone into the hills and on 20 Nov. 43 joined a British Military Mission. A month later he transferred to another Military Mission, but on the advice of the doctor joined a party of escapers which landed in Turkey on 21 Jan. 44.


    LG Date not known.
     
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    Drew5233 #FuturePilot Patron 1940 Obsessive

    SIGNALS' PART IN THE WAR

    A VITAL SERVICE

    OPERATIONS IN WESTERN DESERT


    From our Military Correspondent:

    Major-General C W Fladgate, Director of Signals, and Lieutenant-Colonel H N Crawford, recently commanding the Signals of 7th Armoured Division in North Africa, spoke yesterday of some of the developments of this arm of service. The former dealt with the subject on general lines; the latter talked of conditions as he had seen them in the various campaigns.

    Major-General Fladgate stated that the two new major problems which The Royal Corps of Signals had to face in this war were, first, the distances which might be covered by a mechanized unit in the course of a day, and, second, the wide dispersions of units, even when far behind the front.

    The new demands could only be met by the vast increase in the use of wireless and radio-telephony which is so much a feature of modern warfare, though this did not mean that the telephone cable was out of date and was not extensively used. It was now necessary that commanders of formations should be able to speak by radio-telephony to their subordinates, superiors, flanking colleagues, and to the Air. Yet there could be in general only one long-range set to a vehicle, so that there had to be several vehicles thus equiped to each headquarters. In addition the commander could speak on a subsidary set to members of his staff or anyone else within a range of a quarter of a mile.

    Wireless, once used for purely for operational purposes, now extended to administrative, such as maintenance of touch with the RASC, RAMC, and the "Recovery" organisation of which so much has been heard. Signals had also to provide landlines for the RAF, and a great part of its task in the rearward areas was the linking of aerodromes. There was, he said, a tendency to take good communications for granted, just in the case of post-office communication provided in peace. Yet signals in war were subjected to strain and accident to an extent unknown in peace. On the other hand, the rapidity of movement of modern war depended entirely on them. They were now a vast and highly trained organisation.

    As an instance of the value of wireless, Lieutenant-Colonel Crawford described an incident of the battle of Sidi Rezegh last November. Rommel, intent on disorganizing our forces, launched several columns of all arms into our midst. (This incident will be well remembered.) Every move which he made came straight to the Divisional Commander, the General "Strafer" Gott, and a sort of game of chess ensued, the fighting units moving to meet the enemy and the "soft-skinned" columns side-stepping out of his way on the Generals orders. Eventually he issued his main orders for the day, directing the 4th Armoured Brigade to attack the main enemy column and hang on to it day and night until it was destroyed. The Support Group, commanded by Brigadier "Jock" Campbell, was ordered to form three columns, two of which were given certain objectives, while Brigadier Campbell, with the third, was to meet Divisional Headquarters at "The Grocer's Shop" (The Field Maintenance Centre) at a given hour after dark.



    THROUGH THE ENEMY

    To reach this destination they had to pass right through the enemy, who was stretched out along the Trigh el Abd. When they reached it headquarters was one side of the enemy while most of its troops remained on the other. This did not in the least pertrud the Divisional Commander, who remarked that their wireless would "bounce over the enemy's heads".

    Lieutenant-Colonel Crawford also spoke of the good work done by dispatch riders. Motorcycles were not used for this purpose in the desert, as it took two men, one to drive and one to navigate, if any considerable distance had to be covered in that featureless and roadless country. On one occassion a liasion officer who had been educated at a German University was sent on a second visit to a South African formation and naturally made for the spot where he had last seen it. As he approached, however, the driver remarked that the soldiers around them looked a bit odd. They were, infact, Germans. The driver suggested an attempt to bolt, but the officer ordered him to drive up to a vehicle and asked the occupants where he could fill his captured British truck with petrol. He was told where to go, filled his truck, and duly returned with several gallons of German Petrol.


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