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Air Ministry Experimental Stations


Throughout the early development of radar the title adopted to describe units employing the equipment was 'Air Ministry Experimental Station" (AMES), which was intended to disguise the true purpose of the equipment.  This system continued into and throughout World War 2 and eventually covered a wide range of units operating a variety of equipment, such as search radars, GEE, OBOE, GEE-H.  Those units designated as AMES are shown below with brief histories, where available.

No 1 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1944 probably in ? as a Light Warning Set station and disbanded in March 1945.

No 1 (Holding) Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed in July 1942 in Ceylon and became No 5009 Holding Air Ministry Experimental Station in August 1942.

No 2 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 probably in Kodipotumalai as a CD/CHL station, under the control of No 222 Group and became No 5010 Air Ministry Experimental Station in November 1942.

It was reformed in November 1942 at an unknown location and disbanded in August 1945.

No 3 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1940 at Henlow.  It moved to Haifa, Palestine in November 1940 and became No 503 Air Ministry Experimental Station in July 1941.

No 4 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 at Bona Vista, Galle in Ceylon.  It was moved to Horton Plains, Ceylon in November, where it and became No 201 Air Ministry Experimental Station in April 1943.

No 6 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1940 at Henlow.  It moved to Ras Marshag, Aden in November 1940, where it became No 506 Air Ministry Experimental Station in July 1941.

No 8 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1940 at Uxbridge.  It moved to Haifa, Palestine in December 1940 and then to Aboukir, Egypt, where it and became No 508 Air Ministry Experimental Station in June 1941.

No 70 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1951 at Gibraltar and disbanded in June 1951.

No 105 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK, under the control of 72 Wing.  It was based at Rosee, France in December 1944 and then La Capelle, France in June 1945, where it disbanded in January 1947.

No 106 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK, under the control of 72 Wing.  It was based at Fulda, Germany in April 1945, Mont Ventoux, France in July and finally Carpentras Vaucluse, France, where it disbanded in January 1947.

No 107 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1945 probably at Trunderup Fyn, Denmark.  It moved to Cap Corse, Corsica in January 1946, where it disbanded in May 1946.

No 108 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1945 probably at St Avold, France.  It moved to Lodeve, France in July, where it disbanded in June 1947.

No 109 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK, under the control of No 72 Wing.  It moved to Minglesberg, Holland in November, Coesfeld, Germany in May 1945 and finally to Bourgneuf, France in February 1946, where it disbanded in November 1946.

No 110 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at various locations in Holland and Germany and disbanded in November 1945.

No 120 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK.  It moved to Iburg, Germany in April 1945 and then to Ennabeuren/Blaubeuren, Germany in August, where it disbanded in May 1946.

No 121 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK.  It moved to Xhoris, Belgium in May 1945 and then Mezieres sur Issoire, France in January 1946, where it disbanded in November 1946.

No 122 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK.  It moved to Ligny en Barrois, France in July, where it disbanded in January 1947.

No 123 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK.  It was based at various locations in France, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg and Denmark and disbanded in December 1945.

No 124 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 at Cardington.  It moved to Aix-en-Othe, France in July 1945 and disbanded in January 1947.

No 125 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 at Cardington.  It moved to the Isle of Ponza, Italy in August 1945 and disbanded in April 1946.

No 126 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the Middle East.  It was based at Kelibia, Tunisia in December but was at El Aouina, Tunisia in May 1946, where it disbanded in June 1946.

No 127 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably at Nijnsel, Holland.  It moved to Mende, France in June 1945, where it disbanded in June 1947.

No 128 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to the Island of Ischia, Italy in February 1946 and disbanded in May 1946.

No 129 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                                

This unit was formed in October 1944 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Croix, France in February 1945, Louvain, France in March, Fulda, Germany in July and finally to Langeais, France in February 1946, where it disbanded in November 1946.

No 130 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 probably at St Avold, France.  It moved to Commercy, France in April, Fulda, Germany in May, Bizerta, Tunisia in January 1946 and finally to El Aouina, Tunisia in May, where it disbanded in June 1946.

No 131 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 probably in the UK.  It was based at Arlon, Belgium in February 1945, Ober Reifenberg, Germany in April and finally Zinzenzell, Germany in October, where it disbanded in May 1946.

No 132 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Mons, Belgium in February, Remiremont, France in March, Wilsede, Germany in May, Lyngvig, Denmark in June and finally to San Gregorio, Italy in September, where it disbanded in May 1946.

No 133 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 at Biggin Hill.  It moved to Canewdon in April, Cardington, later in the month and finally to Lodeve, France in June, where it disbanded in August 1945.

No 134 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1945 at UK.  It was based at various UK locations before moving to Catania, Sicily in October and then to Erice, Sicily in December, where it  disbanded in May 1946.

No 136 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1945 at Cardington.  It moved to Monastir, Tunisia in December 1945 and finally to El Aouina, Tunisia in May 1946, where it disbanded in June 1946.

No 137 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1944 at Malvern.  It moved to Sywell in December and Stoke Holy Cross in April 1945, where it disbanded in August 1945.

No 138 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1945 at Canewdon and disbanded in October 1945.

No 151 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1945 probably in the Middle East, moving almost immediately to Ascoli, Italy in August 1945 disbanded in May 1946.

No 156 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1945 probably at Muranager, India and disbanded in April 1946.

No 204 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in June 1940 at Amriya.  It moved to El Daba, Egypt later that month and to Damietta, Egypt in March 1941, from where it was due to move to Malta but was still there in July 1942, when it was planned to be replaced by No 402 AMES.  It disbanded in October 1943.

No 205 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in December 1940, probably at Aboukir and was converted to a TRU by July 1942.  It had come under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944 and disbanded in February 1945.

No 207 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1940 at Aboukir and became No 205 Air Ministry Experimental Station in December 1940.

No 209 Air Ministry Experimental Station

In November 1941 this unit was in transit or awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK.  Whether it actually operated in the Middle East is unclear but it became operational in November 1942 at Galle and disbanded in November 1943, although it was still being shown as an unallocated unit in January 1944, so this might be a retrospective date.

No 210 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 17 April 1943 as a MRU station at Samader Hill, Cox's Bazaar, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It was transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in June 1945.

No 211 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1942 in India as a MRU, but doesn't appear to have become operational until after September 1943.  By January 1944 it was located at Khulna under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in August 1945.

No 212 Air Ministry Experimental Station

In November 1941 this unit was in transit or awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK but no further details have been found.

No 214 Air Ministry Experimental Station

In November 1941 this unit was in transit or awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK.  It became operational in July 1942 as a MRU and was based at various North African locations up to October 1943, then moved to Viesta, Italy in November, under the control of No 242 Group, Desert Air Force in the Foggia Sector. Its final move was to Benedetto del Tronto, Italy in June 1944, where it disbanded in November 1944.

No 215 Air Ministry Experimental Station

In November 1941 this unit was in transit or awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK.  It became operational in November 1942 at Bahnasa, Egypt, moving to Benghazi, Libya later that month. The unit became non-operational in January 1944 and disbanded in January 1944.

No 216 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1940 at Uxbridge.  It moved to the Middle East in November 1940 and was at Lete, Libya in February 1941 before moving to Mersa Matruh in April, Tripoli, Syria in July 1942, Monastir, Tunisia in June 1943 and finally to Alma Marine, Algeria in November, where it and disbanded in August 1944.

No 218 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in January 1941 probably at Lakoni, Mombasa, Kenya, later coming under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  It moved to Aboukir, Egypt in May, Myrtou, Cyprus in July and finally to Morphou, Cyprus in October, where it disbanded in November 1944.

No 219 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1940 at Uxbridge.  It moved to El Gamil, Port Said, Egypt in January 1941 and Hewlan, Egypt in March 1944, where it disbanded in April 1944.

No 220 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as A TRU in August 1940 at Uxbridge.  It arrived in the Middle East by 21 October to await transport to Aden, where it arrived in January 1941.  It moved to Heraklion, Crete in March, Abu Haggag, Egpyt in November, El Hammam in July 1942 and finally Tobruk in November 1942, having been transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean before it disbanded in November 1944.

No 221 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                                

This unit was formed as a MRU in August 1940 at Uxbridge.  It moved to Athens, Greece in November 1940, Araxos in December, Gebel Quatrani, Egypt in May 1941, where it was planned to be replaced by No 403 AMES, and finally Apollonia, Libya in January 1943, having been transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944 and disbanded in February 1945.

No 224 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1942 in India as a MRU, but doesn't appear to have become operational until after September 1943.  By January 1944 it was located at Bhadrack under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in January 1945.

No 225 Holding Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU on 28 November 1942 at Nellore, India in No 225 Group and disbanded in January 1945.

No 226 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Djidjelli, Algeria in February 1942 and disbanded in August 1942, although it may have still been in existence as a non-operational unit in January 1943, being disbanded after August 1944.

No 227 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed prior to January 1944, when it is shown as being unallocated at No 3 Base Signals Units but it may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 228 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU station at Ongale on 5 February 1943 in No 225 Group, although it may have begun to form in Egypt earlier.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in 1944.

No 229 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK, in November 1941 but no further details have so far been found.

No 230 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 at Cairo.  It moved to Aleppo, Syria in January 1944 and disbanded after this date.

No 231 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941 but no further details have so far been found.

No 232 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK, in November 1941, probably becoming operation in June 1942 at Cairo.  It moved to Aleppo, Syria in January 1944, Helwan, Egypt in April and then to Cardito, Italy in June, was transferred to MAAF by December 1944 and disbanded in November 1944.

No 233 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1942 probably in the Middle East, under the control of AHQ Malta.  It was based at Pantelleria, Italy in July 1943, Taranto, Italy in October, Crotone, Italy in December and Barletta, Italy in February 1944, where it disbanded in January 1945.

No 235 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in or by March 1941 either at Benghazi or moving there shortly afterwards.  By November 1941 it was at Tobruk and disbanded in May 1942.

No 236 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in August 1940 at Uxbridge for service in Palestine.  It arrived at Mount Carmel, Haifa in October 1940.  In July 1942 it was planned to be replaced by No 407 AMES and disbanded in August 1944.

No 237 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, probably arriving at Aboukir in January 1942.  It moved to Paphos, Cyprus in February 1942 and disbanded in October 1944.

No 239 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 probably in Egypt, under the control of MAAF.  It was based at El Arish, Egypt in February 1943, Helwan in December and finally Aleppo in Syria from January 1944.  By 1 March 1945 it was non-operational under the control of No 1 MORU, DAF at Mondolfo, but a disbandment date as not yet been located.

No 240 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in August 1941 probably in Aden.  It was based at Amman Khal in Aden and disbanded in January 1943.

No 241 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                                

This unit was formed as a TRU in June 1939 at Malta and was located at Dingli, together with No 242 AMES, to provide 24-hour coverage.  In July 1942 it moved to Ghar Lapsi before disbanding in August 1944.

No 242 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in May 1939 in Malta, being at Dingli, together with No 241 AMES, to provide 24-hour coverage.  It probably remained until moving to various locations in Italy commencing from January 1945 and disbanded in May 1945.

No 243 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1940 at Uxbridge.  It possibly served at Mersing in December 1941 and then at Tuas on Singapore Island before it officially disbanded in August 1942.

No 244 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in November 1940 at Uxbridge, sailing for West Africa on 10 March 1941.  It arrived at Freetown, Sierra Leone in May, but soon moved to Aboukir, Egypt, where it became the Air Ministry Experimental Station, Reserve Pool in July 1943.

No 247 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 13 October 1942 at Elliotganj as a MRU station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It moved to Comilla in January 1943, Gram-Raipur, Elliotganj in February 1943 and Ramree Island in February 1945 having been transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 248 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 16 August 1942 at Kharagpur in India as a MRU, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was located at Egra I under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in May 1945.

No 249 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941 but possibly did not become operational until in January 1943 probably at Hertzlia, Palestine and disbanded in September 1944.

No 250 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1940 probably in Uxbridge as a MRU station.  It moved to Singapore in June 1941 and then to Tanah Merah Besar where it became operational on 8 December and disbanded in December 1944.

No 251 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by March 1941, when it was operational at Port Sudan.  By November 1941 it was at Wadi Natrun, where in July 1942 it was planned to be replaced by No 404 AMES.  It moved to Helwan, Egypt in January 1944, where it disbanded in April 1944.

No 252 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in July 1940 at Uxbridge.  It moved to Sidi Barakat, Egypt in September 1940, Aroni, Suda Bay, Crete in January 1941, although its its intended location was Maleme.  Following the invasion of Crete it returned to Aboukir, Egypt in June.  By November 1941 it was at Hurghada, finally moving to Sorman, Libya in March 1943, where it disbanded in October 1943.

No 253 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in November 1940 at Uxbridge.  It left the UK on 18 January 1941 for Khartoum but had moved to Baltim, Egypt by at least November 1941, was transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 254 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK and left departed for the Middle East on 18 January 1941.  It was originally intended for service at Heraklion in Crete, under the control of No 183 Wing but was based at El Arish, Egypt in May.  It later moved to Abu Zenima, Egypt in October and finally Galle, Ceylon from March 1942 until transferring to No 290 Holding AMES in November.  It appears to have remained here as an unallocated unit until at least January 1944, after which it disbanded.

No 255 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1941 in the UK, leaving for the Middle East on 18 February 1941.  It arrived at Aboukir around 30 April, from where it was planned to replace No 204 MRU but moved to Limassol, Cyprus in September 1941, where it was transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944 and disbanded in December 1944.

No 256 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK, leaving on 18 February 1941 for service in West Africa.  However, it appears to have been diverted to Egypt en-route and arrived at Aboukir around 30 April 1941 and by August was due to replace No 205 MRU.  It moved to Banadir, Iraq in October 1941, then to Tanuma around July 1942.  Further moves followed to Helwan in May 1943, Sousse, Tunisia in July, Brolo, Sicily in September and finally to St Felice Circeo, Italy in November, where it operated under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector.  By 1 March 1945 it was under the control of No 335 Wing and was located at Varcature L'Patria, where it probably disbanded in May 1945.

No 257 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in December 1940 at Uxbridge, leaving the UK on 21 February 1941.  Arriving around 30 April, it moved to El Dhaba, Egypt in May 1941, to Athlit in July 1942A then to Abu Haggag, Egypt in March 1944, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 258 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was originally formed as a MRU in the UK in late 1940/early 1941, leaving for the Middle East on 21 February 1941.  Arriving in the Middle East around 30 April, it had originally been intended to replace No 251 MRU at Port Sudan but whether it did is not known at present and was awaiting movement elsewhere in November 1941, probably India.

It either relocated or reformed on 25 June 1942 probably at Mathurapur as a MRU, under the control of No 221 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in July 1945.

No 259 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in December 1940 in the UK, leaving the UK on 21 February 1941.  Arriving around 30 April, it was planned to replace No 252 MRU and operated at Bir El Abd, Egypt.  In July 1942 it had been converted to a TRU, later coming under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean and disbanded in November 1944.

No 260 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in late 1940/early 1941 in the UK, leaving for the Middle East on 21 February 1941 Arriving around 30 April, it was intended for the Burg el Arab area and was later based at Amriya, Egypt in June, Sidi Bishr, Egypt in December, Fayoum Road, Egypt in August 1942, "Charing Cross" near Mersa Matruh in March 1943 and finally to Helwan in January 1944, where it disbanded in April 1944.

No 261 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK in late 1940/early 1941, intended for service in the Fuka area of Egypt.  It probably arrived in June 1941, where it was located at Tel-el-Kebir.  It moved to Helwan, Egypt in January 1944, where it disbanded in April 1944.

No 262 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK in late 1940/early 1941, intended for service at Sidi Barrani.  It probably arrived in the Middle East in July 1941 at Aboukir.  It moved to Wadi Gindali, Egypt later the same month and disbanded in September 1943.

No 263 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK in January 1941, intended for service as a Command Reserve in the Middle East, probably arriving in July.  It was based at Sidi Barrani, Egypt in August, Almaza, Egypt in June 1942, Yibna, Palestine in August, Gaza, Palestine in June 1943, Aleppo, Syria in January 1944 and Benghazi, Cyrenaica, Libya in March but by July 1944 was at Helwan, where it disbanded in July 1944.

No 264 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK in January 1941, intended for service as a Command Reserve in the Middle East, probably arriving in August.  It was based at Shaibah, Iraq in October, moving to Latakia, Syria in October 1943, Helwan, Egypt in December, Aleppo, Syria in January 1944, Helwan in March, L'Arba Algiers, Algeria in June, Barcaggio, Corsica in July, Calvi, Corsica in August and finally to Gragnano, Italy, where it disbanded in October 1944.

No 265 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in the UK in late 1940/early 1941 but was still awaiting shipping space in March 1941.  It was based at Wilberforce, Sierra Leone but its disbandment date is unknown.

No 266 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1942 probably in Cyprus.  It was based at Koma-Tou-Yialou, Cyprus in August 1943, where it disbanded in October 1944.

No 267 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in May 1943 at Helwan and was allocated to Operation 'Husky'.  It moved to a location 11 miles west of Barletta, Italy in December 1943.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Cattolica under No 287 Wing, DAF in the Ancona Sector.  A disbandment date has not yet been found.

No 268 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 8 November 1942 probably at Saidapet, India, becoming operational at Pondicherry, India on 8 November.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 finally disbanding in August 1944.

No 272 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941 but was probably diverted to India, becoming operational on 31 March 1942 at Elizabeth Point, Trincomalee as a MRU station, under the control of No 222 Group.  It moved to Batticaloa in July 1942 and by January 1944 was placed in Care and Maintenance, disbanding in April 1945.

No 274 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until October 1942 probably at Wadi Natrun.  It moved to Medenine Tunisia in February 1943, Sfax, Tunisia in April, La Sebala, Tunisia in September, San Cataldo, Italy in October, where it was under the control No 242 Group in Taranto Sector and finally to Rosignano Solvay, Italy in July 1944, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 275 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until l December 1942 probably at Gaza.  It moved to Leptis Magna, Libya in February 1943 and by November 1943  was at Cap Falcone, Sardinia, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari Sectors.  Further moves followed to Porto Palmas, Sardinia in December and finally to Sassari, Sardinia in September 1944, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 276 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 in the Middle East.  It moved to Tahag, Egypt in November, Sidi Barrani, Egypt in March 1943 and finally to Helwan, Egypt in January 1944, where it disbanded in April 1944.

No 277 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 probably in Iraq.  It was based at Abadan, Iran and disbanded after August 1944.

No 278 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 probably in the Middle East.  It was based at Derna, Libya in November, was transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944. By 1 March 1945 it was under the control of No 212 Group operating with No 16 Sector Operations Room on a two watch basis.   It disbanded at some point after August 1944 but an actual date has not yet been found.

No 280 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in Fort Capuzzo, Libya and disbanded in September 1944.

No 281 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 at Jagatsingpur as a MRU, under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in December 1944.

No 282 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 at Tura.  It was based at Tolmeta, Libya in January 1943, was transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944 and disbanded in January 1945.

No 283 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1943 at Marfa, Malta.  It moved to Penis Della Maddelena, Sicily in November and disbanded in October 1944.

No 284 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1942 probably in Waltair as a MRU station, under the control of No 224 Group.  It became operational at Jalaripeta on 10 October but was non-operational in November.  On 1 February 1943 it once again returned to an operational status at Pagdalapeta, Cocanada, India.  It had been placed in Care and Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in July 1944.

No 285 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 at Swanage.  It moved to Plage de la Bouliche, Algeria in January 1943 and then to Novi, Algeria in June, where it disbanded in August 1944.

No 286 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to El Marsa, Algeria in December and then to Bou Sfer Plage, Algeria in January 1944, where it disbanded in August 1944.

No 287 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1941 at Aboukir.  It moved to Beirut, Syria in October 1941, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 288 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 probably Amghata as a TRU, under the control of No 180 Wing, No 224 Group, becoming operational on 15 September and disbanded in January 1944.

No 289 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1942 at Worli, India as a TRU station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It became operational on 28 September, being transferred to No 227 Group by January 1944, by which time it was on Care & Maintenance, its equipment being maintained by No 554 AMES at Malabar.  It disbanded in July 1944.

No 290 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed 27 May May 1942 at Ridgeway, Colombo as a TRU station, under the control of No 222 Group.  It moved to Negombo, Ceylon on 22 June 1943.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing but a disbandment date has not yet been found.

No 291 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1942 at Grubbe's Island, Cochin as a TRU station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in ?.

No 292 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 6 September 1942 at Elizabeth Point, Trincomalee as a TRU station, under the control of No 222 Group.   By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in June 1945.

No 293 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a (Holding) TRU in May 1942 at Saidapet, India, under the control of 225 Group and disbanded in May 1945.

No 294 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in January 1943 probably at Misurata.  It moved to Cap Mannu prior to 1 November 1943, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Cagliari Sector and disbanded in September 1944.

No 295 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation date for this MRU have not yet been identified but by 1 November 1943 it was located at Ghissonnacia operating under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio Sectors.  It disbanded after August 1944.

No 296 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 25 December 1942 at Paranthan, Kilinochchi, Ceylon as a MRU station, under the control of No 183 Wing.  It moved to Periyan, Ceylon on 11 June 1943 and by January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing, disbanding in March 1945.

No 301 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified, but it was based in Gibraltar.

No 302 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 1941 at Takoradi and disbanded later in 1941.

No 303 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, for service at Kilindini.  By July 1942 it was a TRU located at Mombasa after which no further details have been found.

No 304 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, for service in Aden.  By July 1942 it was a TRU located at Sheikh Othman after which no further details have been found.

No 305 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1942 probably at Lakka, Freetown and disbanded in April 1943.

No 308 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1942 probably in Batavia East as a TRU station.  It became operational in February 1942 and disbanded in February 1942.

No 314 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was a TRU located at Kaura, Malta after which no further details have been found.

No 318 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 319 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1943 probably in Bankura, India as a TRU, under the control of No 180 Wing, becoming operational on 17 June and disbanded after January 1944.

No 320 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 329 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It landed in Italy on D+4 and was based at various locations in Italy, providing plots for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF before moving to Malta and France.  On 1 March 1945 it was part of No 340 Wing and was located at Hyeres in the Aix Sector, where it disbanded in May 1945.

No 330 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to various UK locations before moving to Djidjelli, Algeria in June 1943, after which it moved to Acciarolli, Italy, where it operated under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector.  Further moves followed to Civitavecchia, Italy in June 1944 and Rosignano Solvay, Italy in September, where it was under the control of No 228 Wing in the Leghorn Sector.  It disbanded in May 1945.

No 331 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Cape San Vito, Sicily in September, Penna Point, Italy in June 1944 and finally to Pianta di Piscara, Italy in December 1944, under the control of No 323 Wing in in the Foggia Sector.  It disbanded in May 1945.

No 332 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in February 1943 at Renscombe Down and was allocated to the task force for Operation 'Husky'.  It transferred to Italy on D+15 moving to Brezza in December 1943 and then in June 1944 to Spergola.  During its time in Italy it was involved in providing radar coverage in the Salerno/Naples area and worked with the 64th Fighter Wing of the USAAF.  It was educed to 'number-only' basis between August 1944 and March 1945, disbanding in May 1945.

No 333 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 334 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 335 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 336 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in Helwan as a  station, under the control of RAF Middle East.  It moved to Aleppo, Syria in December and then to Yesilkoy, Turkey in August 1944, where it disbanded in December 1944.

No 337 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1943 at Tahag.  It moved to Helwan, Egypt in October, Aleppo, Syria in January 1944, Sidi Barrani, Egypt in March and finally to Gaza, Palestine in June, where it disbanded in October 1944.

No 346 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 347 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 349 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a MRU for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector which would operate in the American Sector following D-Day, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 350 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a MRU for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 353 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 225 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated at No 293 (H) AMES but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 354 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 225 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated at No 2000 (H) AMES but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 355 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 358 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a MRU for operations under No 24 Base Defence Sector which would operate in the British Sector following D-Day, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 362 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1944 in Egypt.  It moved to Neira, Aleppo, Syria later the same month and disbanded in July 1944.

No 364 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 365 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 366 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a MRU prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit remaining unallocated until January 1945, when it became oprational at Chittagong and disbanded after this date.

No 370 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                                

This unit was formed in September 1942 at Negapatam as a MRU station, later coming under the control of No 225 Group, becoming operational on 25 December and disbanded in March 1945.

No 372 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Jemmapes, Algeria in January 1943, Kelibia, Tunisia in May, Calvi, Corsica in November, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Borgo Sector.  Further moves followed to Lumio, Corsica in April 1944 and finally to L'Ile Rousse, Corsica in August, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector.  It disbanded in April 1945.

No 373 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1942 probably at Char Chapli as a MRU, under the control of No 180 Wing, becoming operational on 11 February 1943 and disbanded in June 1945.

No 374 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU on an unknown date and was allocated to Operation 'Husky'.  It later moved to Italy and by 1  March 1945 was at Bellaria under the operational control of No 1 MORU as part of the Desert Air Force.  A disbandment date has not yet been found.

No 376 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1943 at Fazilpur in India as a MRU station, under the control of No 224 Group, becoming operational in March 1943.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, moving to Rangoon in June 1945 and disbanded in July 1945.

No 377 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1943 at Challitivu, Ceylon as a MRU station, under the control of No 222 Group, becoming operational on 11 April.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in February 1945.

No 378 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Kattali, Chittagong as a MRU station, under the control of No 224 Group, becoming operational on 13 March.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, remaining at Kattali, disbanding in February 1945.

No 379 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in late 1943as a MRU station, probably at Kanyindan, under the control of No 182 Wing but remained unallocated until it moved to Findli, Chittagong in February 1944.  It moved to Maungdaw in April 1944 where it had been transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in April 1945.

No 381 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU  in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Lac Des Oiseaux, Algeria in February 1943, El Marsa, Algeria in December and finally to Le Guelta, Algeria in February 1944, where it disbanded in July 1944.

No 382 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1943 at Algapur (Silchar), India as a MRU, under the control of No 181 Wing and disbanded in February 1945.

No 383 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably in Wix near Imphal as a MRU, under the control of No 181 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 384 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in at Renscombe Down but the formation and disbandment dates have not yet been found. 

No 387 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  By January 1943 it was in transit at Bone awaiting parts, moving to Port Gueydon, Algeria in February 1943 and disbanded in August 1944.

No 388 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to La Calle, Algeria in January 1943, Rass Ben Sekka, Bizerte, Tunisia in 1943, Casa Bruciate, Italy in July 1944 and Marz Ecca, Italy in November, under the control of No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector and disbanded in May 1945.

No 389 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Philippeville, Algeria in December 1942 and disbanded in March 1944.

No 392 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Alma Marine, Algeria in January 1943 and then to Ajaccio, Corsica in November, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Ajaccio Sector.  It disbanded in September 1944.

No 394 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in Mullaition, Ceylon as a MRU station, under the control of No 183 Wing.  It moved to Columbo, Ceylon later the same month and then to Mullaitivu, Ceylon in November.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 395 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a MRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 397 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1944 probably in Latakia, Syria as a  station, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Calvi, Corsica in July, Lumino, Corsica in August, Cagnes, France in September and finally to Berra L'Etang, France in October, under the control of No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector and it disbanded in June 1945.

No 398 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 at Tura Caves, Egypt.  It moved to Helwan, Egypt later the same month, Merdjayoum Homs, Aleppo, Syria in December and Helwan, Egypt in February 1944, where it disbanded in October 1944.

No 401 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1941 probably at Ikingi Mariut, later coming under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean working with No 13 Sector Operations Room and disbanded in March 1945.

No 402 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until November 1943 at Damietta, Egypt.  It moved to Ezbet El Burg, Egypt in September 1944 but by 1 March 1945 was shown as being back at Damietta working with No 12 Sector Operations Room on a two watch basis and it disbanded in March 1945.

No 403 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941,  By July 1942 it was a CO station located at Gebel Qatrani, later being based at Wadi Natrum.  It is shown as being on Care & Maintenance in March 1945

No 404 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until June 1942 near Ismailia, Egypt.  By July 1942 it was a CO station located at Wadi Natrun.  It later came under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean, being on Care & Maintenance by March 1945 and disbanded in December 1945.

No 405 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until June 1942 near Ismailia, Egypt in June 1942.  It was on Care & Maintenance by March 1945 and disbanded in December 1945.

No 406 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was a CO station located at El Arish after which no further details have been found.

No 407 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears not have become operational as a MRU until May 1944 probably in Helwan, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  It moved to Athlit, Palestine in June but was on Care & Maintenance by March 1945 after which it was formally disbanded with effect from February 1945.

No 408 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in in 1941 probably in Mombasa, Kenya where it remained based and disbanded later in 1941.

No 409 Air Ministry Experimental Station

No details have soon far been found for this unit.

No 410 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 1941 probably at Freetown, Sierra Leone and disbanded later in 1941.

No 501 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 1 COL in September 1940 probably in Henlow as a COL station, for service in Malta.  It moved to Fort Ta Silch, Malta in January 1941, it was redesignated No 501 AMES after March 1941 and disbanded in February 1948.

No 502 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 2 COL in late 1940 as a COL station, probably in the UK for service in Malta.  It was based at Maddalena, where it was probably redesignated No 502 AMES in January 1943 and moved to Gozo in April 1948, disbanding in September 1950.

No 503 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 3 AMES in August 1940 as a COL station at Henlow for service in Palestine.  It arrived in Haifa, Palestine in November 1940 and became No 503 Air Ministry Experimental Station in July 1941.  By July 1942 it was due to be take over the equipment of No 540 AMES and by March 1945 it was reduced to a 'number-only' basis.

No 504 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 4 COL in August 1940 as a COL station, in the UK for service in Malta.  On arrival in Malta in November, it established itself at Dingli in 1941 and disbanded in July 1944.

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No 505 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 5 COL in September 1940 in the UK for service in Aden.  It It arrived in the Middle East by 21 October to await transport to Aden and was still being installed at Bir Fukum in March 1941.  By November 1941 it was located at Sidi Barakat in Egypt and in July 1942 was due to take over the equipment of No 532 AMES. It disbanded in March 1945.

No 506 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as No 6 AMES in late 1940 as a COL station, in the UK for service in Aden  It arrived in the Middle East by 21 October to await transport to Aden, where it established itself at Ras Marshag and was redesignated No 506 AMES in July 1941.  By July 1942 it was due to take over the equipment of No 565 AMES and disbanded in May 1943.

No 508 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was based at Haifa by November 1941.   By July 1942 it was due to take over the equipment of No 534 AMES and disbanded in September 1944.

No 509 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1940 in the UK.  It later moved to the Middle East, being at Geneifa/Kasfareet by November 1941.  By July 1942 it was due to take over the equipment of No 541 AMES and disbanded in January 1943.

No 510 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1941 probably in Egypt.  By November 1941 it was at  and in July 1942 after the withdrawal to El Alamein  it was a mobile unit located on the edge of the Western Desert.  It later moved to Tunisia and disbanded in September 1943.

No 511 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1940  in the UK as a COL station.  It arrived in Singapore in March 1941, being located at Bukst Chunang and disbanded in November 1941.

No 512 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1940 in the UK.  It later moved to Singapore and then to Tanjong Kupang in Malaya, where it disbanded in December 1941.

No 513 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was a COL unit originally formed in the UK but its equipment was lost en-route and it was August 1941 before it became operational at Wellington, Sierra Leone, under the control of No 296 Wing and disbanded in March 1943.

No 514 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was a COL unit originally formed in the UK but its equipment was lost en-route and it was December 1941 before it became operational at Freetown, Sierra Leone and disbanded in April 1943.

`No 515 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1940 probably in the UK as a COL station.  It arrived in Freetown, Sierra Leone in January 1941 but was awaiting transfer to Aboukir, Egypt, in November.  By July 1942 it was a mobile unit at Alam Shaltut in the Delta area, later moving to Libya and Aleppo, Syria and disbanded in September 1944.

No 516 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by November 1941 probably at Aboukir and by July 1942 was at Luxor as a mobile unit.  It later moved to Palestine and Syria, disbanding in October 1944.

No 517 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1941 probably at Moulmein, Burma.  It moved to China in April 1942, operating from various locations including Chengtu and disbanded in April 1943.

No 518 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed in December 1941 probably in Singapore as a COL station.  It was based at Kota Tinggi/Taman Tulong? in Malaya,becoming operational in late December and disbanded in December 1941.

No 519 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941 and appears to have been at Aboukir in December 1941.  By July 1942 it was at Port Said but was due to be replaced by No 531 AMES, it disbanded in August 1943.

No 520 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by the end of November 1941 probably at Maaten Bagush, where it was awaiting onward transit to an advanced site.  It was moved from Egypt to Tobruk, Cyrenaica Libya and disbanded in January 1942.

No 521 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1941 in the UK, arriving in Malta in August.  In November 1941 it was awaiting despatch to Middle East Command and by July 1942 it had moved to Gozo but a disbandment date as not yet been found.

No 522 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by the end of November 1941 probably at Maaten Bagush, where it was awaiting onward transit to an advanced site.  By July 1942 it was a mobile unit located at Wadi Hagg, later making further moves to Libya, Egypt and Tunisia and disbanded in November 1943.

No 523 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1941 probably at Mersa Matruh, where it was awaiting transit to Suez, where it had arrived by July 1942, by which time it was equipped with CD/CHL equipment.  It later moved to other locations in Egypt and disbanded in October 1944.

No 524 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but was probably diverted to India as it appears to have become operational on 15 June 1942 at Mount Lavina, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 183 Wing.  By January 1944 it was in Care & Maintenance and disbanded in January 1945.

No 525 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a COL station in March 1942 and disbanded after August 1944.

No 526 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a COL station in May 1942.  By July it was located at El Imayid in the Delta area as a mobile unit.  It was also based at locations in Libya and Syria and disbanded in April 1944.

No 527 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a COL station in April 1943.  It was based in Egypt including Mersa Matruh, disbanding in September 1943.

No 528 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK, in November 1941, but formation and disbandment dates are unknown, however it was at Aboukir in December 1941.

No 529 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1941 probably at Takoradi and disbanded in April 1943.

No 531 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was due to replace No 519 AMES at Port Said, but it does not appear to have become operational as a COL station until June 1943.  It came under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean, working with No 12 Sector Operations Room and disbanded in January 1946.

No 532 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  In July 1942 its equipment was due to be passed on to No 505 AMES at Sidi Barakat in order for it to become a mobile unit.  It appears to have become operational as a COL station in August 1943 probably in Damietta, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean and disbanded in February 1945.

No 533 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was located at Kantara in the Delta area and disbanded in September 1944.

No 534 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, In July 1942 its equipment was due to be passed on to No 508 AMES at Aboukir in order for it to become a mobile unit after which not further details have been found.

No 535 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was located at Damietta in the Delta area under the control of No 210 Group.  It was also later based in Libya, disbanding in June 1943.

No 536 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  Formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified, but it was shown as being in the Middle East and disbanded after August 1944.

No 537 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  Formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified, but it was shown as being in the Middle East and disbanded after August 1944.

No 538 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 16 August 1942 at Mutwal, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group,  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in February 1945.

No 539 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 at Dutch Tower, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group.  It was placed in Care & Maintenance in January 1944 and disbanded in April 1945.

No 540 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was due to transfer its equipment to No 503 AMES at Haifa and as a result doesn't appear to have become operational as a COL station until January 1943 probably in El Daba, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean and disbanded in March 1945.

No 541 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, In July 1942 its equipment was due to be passed on to No 509 AMES at Geneifa in order for it to become a mobile unit and later appears to have become operational as a COL in Malta.

No 542 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 4 Septembert 1942 at Pallavaram as a COL station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in March 1945.

No 543 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 at Egra II as a COL 184', under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in May 1945.

No 544 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 at Diamond Harbour, India as a COL 184', under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in August 1945.

No 545 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1942 in Egypt.  It moved to East Africa in June 1942 and disbanded in April 1943.

No 546 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 8 December 1942 probably in Namanukula, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 552 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 8 July 1943 at Kanbaloya, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 553 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1942 probably in Hambantota I, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group, becoming operational on 9 February 1943.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in April 1945.

No 554 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 at Malabar Hill, India as a COL station, under the control of No 225 Group.  By January 1944 it had been transferred to No 227 Group, its personnel also maintaining the equipment of No 289 AMES at Worli and disbanded in July 1944.

No 566 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 probably in Scandel Point, Vizagapatam as a COL station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in January 1945.

No 567 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1942 at Basirhat, India as a COL 184', under the control of No 293 Wing.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 180 Wing and was replaced by No 851 AMES in July 1945.

No 568 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 29 March 1943 at Mancharpur (Jessore), India as a COL 184', under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in December 1944.

No 569 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1943 at Wabagai, near Imphal, India as a COL (M) station, under the control of No 181 Wing, initially operating pending the completion of No 5071 AMES.  It was based at India and Burma, being transferred to No 221 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in October 1945.

No 570 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 4 July 1943 at Rendugullapalem, India as a COL, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in May 1945.

No 573 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 probably in Mundamelli, Cochin as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in September 1944.

No 574 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1942 at Navalur, Chingleput as a COL station, under the control of No 225 Group, becoming operational in February 1943.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in January 1945.

No 576 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 at Bir Fukum, Aden with CD/CHL equipment and disbanded in January 1943.

No 577 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1942 at Larnaca, Cyprus with CD/CHL equipment and disbanded in September 1944.

No 578 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1942 at Paphos with CD/CHL equipment and disbanded in October 1944.

No 579 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1942 at Kyrenia, Cyprus  with CD/CHL equipment and disbanded in September 1944.

No 581 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 in Egypt, being located at Qait Bai in the Delta area by July, equipped with CD/CHL equipment and disbanded in May 1944.

No 582 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1942 probably in Egypt, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  It was based in Egypt before moved to Haifa, Palestine in July 1942, where it disbanded in March 1945.

No 588 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was probably formed in the UK as a MSU Type A, under the control of No 83 Group and disbanded in ?.

No 589 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 at Palavakki as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group, becoming operational on 15 September.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in April 1945.

No 590 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 13 March 1943 at Chandipur as a  COL 184, under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in December 1944.

No 601 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This appears to have been formed by the end of November 1941, probably at Maaten Bagush, where it was then undergoing special inspection, after which no further information has so far been found.

No 602 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This appears to have been formed by the end of November 1941, probably at Maaten Bagush, where it was then undergoing special inspection, after which no further information has so far been found.

No 603 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by the end of November 1941 probably at Mex and disbanded later in 1941.

No 604 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as being in the course of manufacture as a Light Warning Set in November 1941 but further details have been found..

No 605 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as being in the course of manufacture as a Light Warning Set in November 1941 and was allocated to Force 343 for Operation 'Husky'.  A disbandment date has not yet been located.

No 606 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as being in the course of manufacture as a Light Warning Set in November 1941 but further details have been found..

No 607 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as being in the course of manufacture as a Light Warning Set in November 1941 but further details have been found..

No 608 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as being in the course of manufacture as a Light Warning Set in November 1941.  It probably became operational in September 1942 in the Middle East where it remained based and disbanded in February 1943.

No 610 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 probably in Egypt.  It was based in Egypt and Libya, disbanding in March 1943.

No 621 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set on an unknown date and was allocated to Force 343 for Operation 'Husky'.  A disbandment date has not yet been located.

No 622 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set on an unknown date and was allocated to Force 343 for Operation 'Husky'.  By 1 November 1943 it was located at Decimomannu under the control the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari (Sardinia) Sectors.  A disbandment date has not yet been located.

No 623 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set on an unknown date and was allocated to Force 343 for Operation 'Husky'.  By 1 November 1943 it was located at Decimomannu under the control the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sectors.  A disbandment date has not yet been located.

No 624 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was formed as a Light Warning Set, but where and when is unknown.  By 1 November 1943 it was located in Brindisi under the control No 242 Group in Taranto Sector.

No 625 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 626 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 627 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 628 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set on an unknown date and was allocated to Operation 'Husky'. It later moved to Italy providing plots to No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU and probably disbanded in April 1944.

No 629 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1943 probably in the Middle East.  It was based at Italy providing plots to No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU and probably disbanded in April 1944.

No 630 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 631 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set on an unknown date and was allocated to Force 343 for Operation 'Husky'.  By 1 November 1943 it was located at Pula under the control the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari (Sardinia) Sectors.  A disbandment date has not yet been located.

No 633 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it is shown as being in Turkey on 'reduced to number-only' basis in March 1945.

No 634 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it is shown as being in Turkey on 'reduced to number-only' basis in March 1945.

No 635 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East, under the control of RAF Middle East and disbanded in December 1944.

No 636 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it is shown as being in Turkey on 'reduced to number-only' basis in March 1945.

No 637 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it is shown as being in Turkey on 'reduced to number-only' basis in March 1945.

No 638 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it is shown as being in Turkey on 'reduced to number-only' basis in March 1945.

No 641 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam (ME) unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing.  It probably became operational at Buthidaung before it disbanded.

No 642 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam (ME) unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 643 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam (ME) unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 648 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 649 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 650 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 651 Air Ministry Experimental Station (AMES) Pack Set

This unit was formed in April 1942 at Bathurst and disbanded in November 1942.

No 652 Air Ministry Experimental Station (AMES) Pack Set

This unit was formed in April 1942 at Bathurst and disbanded in March 1943.

No 669 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit seems to have been formed as a Wigwam (ME) type at Buthidaung in late 1943 and was operational at Chandranath but no other details have so far been found.

No 670 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit seems to have formed as a Portable (UK) type station in late 1943 under the control of No 182 Wing and in early 1944 was to be located at Dohazari.  No other details so far been found.

No 671 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit seems to have formed as a Portable (UK) type station in late 1943 under the control of No 182 Wing but was shown as unallocated in January 1944 and may have disbanded before becoming operational

No 675 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 in the UK.  It moved to Algeria in November 1942, then to Tunisia and disbanded in September 1943.

No 676 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam (ME) unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 677 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 probably in UK as a Portable unit.  It was later based at Lashio, China and disbanded in April 1943.

No 678 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Portable unit, probably at Dutch Harbour but the date is unknown at the moment.   It moved to Port Canning on 25 August 1942 but so far a disbandment date has not been found.

No 679 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit seems to have formed as a Portable (UK) type station in late 1943 under the control of No 182 Wing but was shown as unallocated in January 1944.  It appears to have been based at Karipara later but a disbandment date as not yet been found.

No 680 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The was formed as a Wigwam (ME) unit prior to January 1944, when it is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing.  It probably disbanded before becoming operation.

No 681 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Wigwam (ME) station but a formation date for this unit has not yet been found, however but it was based at Buthidaung.  It became operational as a Portable unit at Dinjan, under the control of No 224 Group on 21 June 1942.  By January 1944 it was shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing and disbanded after this date.

No 682 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed, probably in India, as a Light Warning Set station.    It became operational as a Portable unit at Dinjan, under the control of No 224 Group on 21 June 1942 and was later based at Hathipara but a disbandment date has not been found

No 686 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit seems to have formed as a Portable (NZ) type station in late 1943 under the control of No 222 Group but was shown as unallocated in January 1944 and may have disbanded before becoming operational

No 701 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably in the UK.  It later moved to France and disbanded in July 1945.

No 826 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a GCI unit in January 1942 at Tel el Kebir.  It later came under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  In March 1945 it was operational on a 'when wanted' basis working with No 12 Sector Operations Room.  It  was later based in Cyprus and disbanded in August 1947.

No 831 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational in January 1942as a GCI unit at Aboukir, Egypt.  It was later based at Maryut in Egypt and disbanded in September 1943.

No 832 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational in January 1942 as a GCI unit at Fayid, Egypt.  It was later based at Benghazi, Cyrenaica, Libya, disbanding in June 1944.

No 833 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational in February 1942 as a mobile GCI station.  It was based at various locations in the Middle East including Sidi Bu Amed, Libya; Acre, Egypt and was transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean by December 1944.  It disbanded in February 1945.

No 841 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941.  By July 1942 it was operational as a CGI unit at Takali, Malta and disbanded in January 1945.

No 842 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a GCI unit in March 1942.  It was based at various Middle East locations including Damietta, Egypt (by July 1942) and Turkey and disbanded in October 1944.

No 843 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a GCI unit in May 1942 in Egypt, under the control of RAF Middle East.  It was based at various Middle East locations including Dekheila, Egypt (by July 1942), Aleppo, Syria and Kilyos, Turkey and disbanded in December 1944.

No 844 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it does not appears to have become operational until September 1942 in Kenya and disbanded in February 1943.

No 844 Air Ministry Experimental Station

It was reformed in May 1943 in Malta and disbanded in November 1943.

No 845 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a GCI unit in May 1942at El Rus, Egypt.  It was based in Egypt and at Bu Amud, Libya, disbanding in September 1944.

No 846 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational as a GCI unit in June 1942 at Faiyum Road, Egypt.  It was based at various locations in Egypt and Libya and disbanded in September 1944.

No 847 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was shown as awaiting despatch to the Middle East, presumably from the UK in November 1941, but it appears to have become operational in October 1942, under the control of RAF Middle East.  It was part of Paiforce in Persia and Iraq later moving to Egypt, Syria and Turkey, where it disbanded in December 1944.

No 848 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 24 August 1942 at Gidni as a GCI station, under the control of No 224 Group. On 7 January 1943 it moved to Mathurapur then on 19 February to Amarda Road.  By January 1944 it was located at Jaynagar under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in July 1945.

No 849 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 5 June 1942 at Nanunkula as a GCI station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was located at Kharagpur under the control of No 180 Wing and disbanded in August 1945.

No 851 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 24 June 1942 at Deganga as a Naval 279 station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 180 Wing operating as a GCI station and disbanded in August 1945.

No 853 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in August 1942 probably at Jessore, but is shown as unallocated under the control of No 182 Wing in January 1944.  It later moved to Burma, was transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in June 1945.

No 857 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 probably at Nungoi, near Imphal, India as a GCI station, under the control of No 181 Wing but doesn't appear to have become operational until after September 1943.  By January 1944 it was operating as a GCI/COB station and disbanded in October 1945.

No 858 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1942 at Manning Town, Colombo as a GCI station, under the control of No 222 Group, becoming operational on 18 September.  It moved to Nilaveli, Ceylon in April 1943 and by January 1944 was under the control of No 183 Wing, disbanding in July 1945.

No 859 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 24 September 1942 at Pular, Madras as a GCI station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It moved to Maungdaw on 1 February 1943, then to Teknaf on 6 May, under No 224 Group.. By January 1944 it was operating at Digboi under the operational control of the USAAF and disbanded in March 1945.

No 863 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in October 1942 in India, under the control of Assault Wing and disbanded in April 1943.  However, it is still being shown as unallocated in January 1944 and being used to undertake trials into air transportation, so the disbandment date may be retrospective.

No 864 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 5 October 1942 at Noa Hat, Chittagong, India as a GCI/COL station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, as a COL (M) station and it  moved to Akyab in January 1945 having been transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 869 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 22 October 1942 at Hathipara as a GCI station, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, moving to Burma in February 1945 and disbanded in July 1945.

No 870 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 10 November 1942 at Surma, India as a GCI station, under the control of No 181 Wing.  By January 1944 it was operating at Jalinga (Silchar) as a GCI/COB station and disbanded in January 1945.

No 871 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 in the Middle East as a GCI station.  It arrived in Sicily in July 1943, later moving to mainland Italy as part of the initial invasion force,  where it operated under the codename 'Virtue' controlling units at Montecorvino, later coming under the control of MACAF.  It later moved to southern France and by 1 March 1945 was located at La Grette as part of No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector, it disbanded in April 1945.

No 873 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in October 1942 probably in Egypt, under the control of MAAF.  It was based in Egypt until July 1943, then moved to Sicily, followed by various locations in mainland Italy including Fossacesia.  In Italy it operated under the codename 'Salesman' providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force).  It disbanded in December 1944.

No 877 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 in India as a GCI station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, at Dandra, Feni, operating as COB station but due to re-role as a GCI/COB station before moving to Burmaunder being transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in February 1946.

No 879 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 2 March 1943 at Findli, Chittagong, India as a GCI/COL station, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing, operating as a COL (M) station and disbanded in May 1945.

No 880 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 in Middle East.  By 1 November 1943 it was at Cap Marco, Sardinia, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari Sectors.  It later moved to Maddalena Island and disbanded in August 1944.

No 881 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in January 1943 probably in the Middle East.  By 1 November 1943 it was at Cap Ferro, Sardinia, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari Sectors.   It was reduced to 'number-only basis between August 1944 and March 1945 but a formal disbandment date has not been found..

No 884 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 19 January 1943 at Nonya, Ramu, India as a GCI station, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing and was operating as a GCI/COB station and disbanded in May 1945.

No 885 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1943 probably at Dimapur (Manipur Road) as a GCI station, under the control of No 181 Wing. By January 1944 it was operating as a COB station and disbanded in November 1945.

No 886 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1942 in the Middle East as a COL station for Operation 'Husky'.  It moved to Italy on D+15, where it worked with the 64th Fighter Wing, USAAF and disbanded in December 1944.

No 887 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in January 1943 in the Middle East.  It was based in the Middle East until July 1943 when it moved to Sicily and was later part of the initial invasion force to mainland Italy.  Here it provided plots to the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF, before moving to Anzio in January 1944, where it operated under the codename 'Project' with units at Tottorella and disbanded in December 1944.

No 888 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1942 probably in Egypt.  It was based in Egypt, Libya and Syria, at Aleppo and disbanded in April 1944.

No 889 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                                

This unit was formed as a COL station in January 1943 in Egypt.  It moved to Tunisia, then moved to Ghissoacia in Corsica in November 1943, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio Sectors, it disbanded in September 1944.

No 890 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in August 1942 in the UK.  It arrived in Algiers in November before moving to Cap Carbon in the Oran area, Tunisia and then onto Sicily in August 1943.  It later moved to Rossa Point under the control of No 242 Group, DAF, where it provided plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force) in the Foggia Sector, moving later to Ischia where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 892 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station unit in November 1942 probably in the UK.  It was based at Djidjelli, Algeria until November 1943 then moved to Bastia in Corsica, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio Sectors.  Further moves followed to Gorgona Island, where it was under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector, then to Colle di Val Elsa, Italy, where it disbanded in April 1945.

No 893 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed as GCI station in November 1942 in the UK.  It arrived in Algeria in November, setting up at Ain Taya, later moving to Surcouf and disbanded in August 1944.

No 894 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in December 1942 probably in the Middle East.  It was later based at Morris in North Africa and disbanded in September 1944.

No 895 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in November 1942 probably in UK .  It arrived in Algeria in November 1942, moving to Cap Takouch, then to Italy in June 1944, later coming under the control of MACAF and disbanded in October 1944.

No 896 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in December 1942 at UK.  It moved to arrived in Algeria in November 1942, initially becoming operational at Algiers before moving to Ustica in August 1943.  It later moved to mainland Italy, later coming under the control of MACAF and disbanded in December 1944.

No 897 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in September 1942 at UK.  It arrived in Algeria in December 1942, initially becoming operational at Cap Gros before moving to Pantelleria in June 1943.  It later moved to Capo Spartivento and other locations in mainland Italy.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Torra Gaveta, where it was under the control of No 335 Wing in the Naples Sector and disbanded in June 1945.

No 898 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in November 1942 probably in the Middle East.  It was initially based at Souk el Arba, Algeria and later in Tunisia until October 1943.  It then moved to Porto Tores, Sardinia, in November 1943, where operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari Sectors, it disbanded after August 1944.

No 899 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in September 1942 at UK.  It Algeria in November 1942 before moving onto Fleurus in the Oran area of Tunisia.  It later moved across to Sicily and then to Lake Lesina, Italy in November 1943, where it operated under the control of the No 242 Group, DAF in the Foggia.  By 1 March 1945 was manned  by SAAF personnel and  it was located at Gabicoe Marina, under the control of No 323 Wing in the Foggia Sector, and disbanded after this date.

No 905 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was possibly formed in June 1942 probably at Aboukir, Egypt, where it disbanded in June 1942.

No 914 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1942 probably in the Middle East where it remained based and disbanded in June 1942.

No 1000 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 2000 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 27 November 1942 at Waltair India as a (H) TRU station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 2001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 1 July 1943 at Heratera, Addu Atoll as a TRU station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing but a disbandment date has not been found

No 2004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU prior to January 1944 at No 2 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and it may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 2015 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1943 probably in Galle, Ceylon as a TRU station, under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in April 1945.

No 2016 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 26 February 1943 at Panadura, Ceylon as a TRU station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 2036 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 2044 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU prior to January 1944 at No 2 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and it may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 2045 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU prior to January 1944 at No 2 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and it may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 2046 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a TRU prior to January 1944 at No 2 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and it may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 2380 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK.  It was based in the Netherlands and disbanded in March 1945.

No 2381 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at Belgium and the Netherlands and disbanded in March 1945.

No 2382 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK.  It almost immediately moved to Lommel, Belgium, where it disbanded in January 1945.

No 2383 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably in the UK, under the control of No 83 Group.  It was based in North-West Europe and disbanded in March 1945.

No 2384 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 at UK.  It immediately moved to France and later to Belgium, where it disbanded in March 1945.

No 2385 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based in Luxembourg and disbanded in March 1945.

No 4020 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East, under the control of No 202 Group and disbanded in December 1944.

No 5001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1942 probably at Tumbu, Sierra Leone and disbanded in April 1943.

No 5002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1943 probably in East Africa and disbanded in May 1943.

No 5003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station prior to January 1944 at No 3 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station prior to January 1944 at No 3 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated.  It probably became operational in June 1944 at Chittagong, under the control of No 224 Group and disbanded in May 1945.

No 5008 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in the UK.  It was based at various UK locations including Redhill and disbanded in November 1943.

No 5009 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1942 probably in Chapel Hill, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 183 Wing.  By January 1944 it was operating Mark V equipment belonging to 5094 AMES and disbanded in April 1944.

No 5010 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 15 July 1942 probably in Kodipotumalai, Ceylon as a COL station, under the control of No 222 Group.  It had been placed on Care & Maintenance by January 1944 and disbanded in April 1945.

No 5011 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1943 probably in the Middle East.  It was based at Mersa Matruh, Egypt and disbanded in September 1943.

No 5012 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in the Middle East, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  It was based in Libya and disbanded in February 1945.

No 5013 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 12 August 1943 at Manning Town, Colombo, under the control of 222 Group but no disbandment date had been found..

No 5018 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed at Gan, Addu Atoll in late 1943 as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in ?.

No 5019 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 14 May 1943 at Edappalli, India as a (H) COL 184 station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It later moved to Alwaye, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 5020 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 probably in the Middle East, under the control of No AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  It was based at Tobruk, Cyrenaica Libya and disbanded in October 1944.

No 5021 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably at Beirut and disbanded in November 1944.

No 5028 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 17 April 1943 at Ennore Road, Madras as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in September 1944.

No 5029 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 20 May 1943 at Observation Hill, Chittagong as a COL station, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing and disbanded in June 1945.

No 5030 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably at Benghazi, under the control of No 212 Group and disbanded in July 1944.

No 5041 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 5042 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 10 April 1943 at Signal Hill, Cox's Bazaar as a COL station, under the control of No 224 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 182 Wing and disbanded in July 1945.

No 5043 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 10 August 1943 at Batticola I as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 222 Group.  By January 1944 it was under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in July 1945.

No 5047 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station prior to January 1944 at No 3 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5048 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Barge mounted COL (M) unit at Chittagong, under the control of No 182 Wing in November 1943.  It was later based at Ramree Island, Burma, being transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 5049 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 probably in the Middle East, under the control of No 210 Group and disbanded in October 1943.

No 5050 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1942 probably in the UK.  It moved to Accra, Gold Coast where it disbanded in April 1943.

No 5054 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 12 September 1943 at Narayanpur, Agartala as a COL 67' station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It disbanded in February 1945.

No 5055 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 in India as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It was based at Noakhali until at least January 1944 before moving to Maungdaw at some point after this date.  By December 1944 it had been transferred to No 224 Group and disbanded in January 1945.

No 5056 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 5058 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Barge mounted COL(M) unit at No 3 Base Signals Unit prior to January 1944.  It remained unallocated there until January 1945, when it moved to Burma under the control of No 182 Wing.  It was transferred to No 231 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 5059 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed on 17 August 1943 at Honeymoon Lodge, Karachi as a COL station, under the control of No 223 Group for detection of shipping at night and disbanded in December 1944.

No 5060 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in late 1943 at Keerimalai, Ceylon as a COL 184' station, probably becoming operational in March 1944 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 5061 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1944 at Tada, India as a COL 184' station, under the control of No 225 Group.  It was under the control of No 223 Group and had been placed in Care & Maintenance by January 1944, whilst a new 184' tower was erected at Point Calimere, the unit finally disbanding in February 1945.

No 5062 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL prior to January 1944, under the control of No 225 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated but later became operational at MadrasF863

 and disbanded in February 1945.

No 5070 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Work began on this unit in November 1943 probably in Gungar (Silchar), Assam as a COL, under the control of No 181 Wing but did not become operational until after January 1944 and disbanded in December 1944.

No 5071 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Work began on this unit in November 1943 at Wabagai, Imphal as a COL station, under the control of No 181 Wing but did not become operational until after January 1944 .  It was transferred to No 221 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 5072 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 5073 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5078 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5087 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 in India.  It moved to Hong Kong in January 1946 and disbanded in June 1946.

No 5092 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5095 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5096 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5097 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5098 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated.  It became operational in July 1945 moving to Malaya in September and to Singapore in October 1945, where it disbanded in November 1946.

No 5099 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5103 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station prior to January 1944 at No 3 Base Signals Unit, when it is shown as being unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5100 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5101 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5102 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station at No 2 Base Signals Unit in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was shown as unallocated and may have disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5104 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1943 probably at Bardia, Libya, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean and disbanded in November 1944.

No 5105 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 probably at Misurata and disbanded in September 1943.

No 5186 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably at India as a COL (M) station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It was based at Barge in India and later in Burma, where it disbanded in August 1945.

No 5450 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Barge mounted COL (M) unit at No 3 Base Signals Unit prior to January 1944.  It may have remained unallocated and disbanded before becoming operational.

No 5456 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed in 1944 probably in India, under the control of No 231 Group and disbanded in 1944.

No 5758 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1945 probably in India and disbanded in August 1945.

No 6000 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, although its formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified.  By January 1943 it was located at Cap Corbelin in North-west Africa.

No 6001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, although its formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified.  By January 1943 it was located at Souk el Arba in North-west Africa.

No 6002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, although its formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified.  By January 1943 it was located at Youks Les Bains in North-west Africa.

No 6003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in December 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to North Africa in December 1942, where it took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force) and disbanded in May 1944

No 6004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in October 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to North Africa in December 1942, where it took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force).  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Ravenna where it disbanded some time later.

No 6005 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1943 at Renscombe Down.  By January 1943 it was located at Algiers in Algeria.  By 1 November 1943 it was located at North Bastia under the control the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio (Corsica) Sectors.  It later moved to Italy and Vis, Yugoslavia, being reduced to 'number-only' basis between August 1944 and when it disbanded in March 1945.

No 6006 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It arrived in Algeria in November 1942 and by January 1943 it was located at La Calle, later coming under the control of MACAF and disbanded in May 1944.

No 6007 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, although its formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified.  By January 1943 it was located at Philippeville in North-west Africa and by 1 November 1943 it was located at Decimomannu under the control the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari (Sardinia) Sectors.  However, its ORB doesn't appear to begin until June 1944, by which time it was under the control of Balkan Air Force and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6008 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set formed in December 1942 in North-west Africa.  By January 1943 it was located at Youks Les Bains, later moving to Sicily as part of Operation 'Husky'.  It later moved to Italy and then to Vis, Yugoslavia, where it came under the control of Balkan Air Force and disbanded in between August 1944 and March 1945.

No 6009 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1942 probably in the UK.  By January 1943 it was located at Cap Bougeron in North-west Africa, later moving to Sicily and mainland Italy.  It was transferred to Balkan Air Force in around March 1945 and disbanded some time after this.

No 6010 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, although its formation and disbandment dates have not yet been identified.  By January 1943 it was located at Canrobert in North-west Africa and by 1 November 1943 it was located at Pula under the control the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Cagliari (Sardinia) Sectors.  However, its ORB doesn't appear to begin until June 1944, by which time it was under the control of Balkan Air Force and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6011 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was a Light Warning Set formed in July 1943 in North-west Africa.  By January 1943 it was located at Setif in North-west Africa and arrived in Sicily in July 1943, later coming under the control of MACAF before disbanding in December 1944.

No 6016 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was based in Italy from the same month and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6018 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it had been reduced to 'number-only' basis in Turkey between August 1944 and March 1945..

No 6019 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was based in Greece and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6031 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 182 Wing but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July

No 6032 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6037 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It arrived in Italy in September 1943 on D-Day and began plotting for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF.  It disbanded in April 1944.

No 6038 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It arrived in Sicily in July 1943 and moved to Italy in September 1943 on D+4where it began plotting for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Gracciano, near Colle as part of No 338 Wing and disbanded in May 1945.

No 6039 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force) and disbanded in May 1944.

No 6040 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force) and disbanded in May 1944.

No 6041 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It arrived in Italy in September 1943 on D+4 and began plotting for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF.  By 1 March 1945 it was non-operational at Ravenna under the control of No 1 LW HQ having been providing shell tracking for the 8th Army but a disbandment date has not yet been found, however the ORB ends in February 1945.

No 6042 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky' It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force).  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Faenza under the control of No 2 LW HQ but a disbandment date has not yet been found.

No 6043 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky' It arrived in Italy in September 1943 on D-Day and began plotting for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF.  By 1 March 1945 it was non-operational at Ravenna under the control of No 1 LW HQ having been providing shell tracking for the 8th Army but a disbandment date has not yet been found.

No 6044 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky' It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force),  disbanding in January 1945.

No 6045 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was a Light Warning Set, formed prior to July 1943 in the Middle East to participate in Operation 'Husky' t was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force),  disbanding in September 1944.

No 6052 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded  has not been found.

No 6053 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6054 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6055 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6056 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6057 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6058 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 182 Wing but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July

No 6060 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set before July 1943 in the UK.  It took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943 and was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force).  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Rimini under the control of No 2 LW HQ, Desert Air Force but a disbandment date has no yet been found.

No 6061 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set before July 1943 in the UK.  It took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943 and was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force).  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Rimini under the control of No 2 LW HQ, Desert Air Force but a disbandment date has no yet been found.

No 6062 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1944 probably in Italy, under the control of MACAF.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Pisa under the control of No 338 Wing and disbanded in April 1945.

No 6066 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 83 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6069 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set before July 1943 in the UK.  It took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943 and was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force),  disbanding in December 1944.

No 6071 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1944 probably in the Middle East as a  station, under the control of MAAF.  It was based in Italy and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6072 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East, under the control of Balkan Air Force and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6073 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed around June 1944 probably in the Middle East under the control of MAAF and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6074 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was later based in Italy under the control of MAAF and disbanded in December 1944.

No 6075 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was later based in Italy and by 1 March 1945 it was non-operational at Bellaria under the control of No 1 MORU, Desert Air Force after which it was formally disbanded with effect from February 1945.

No 6076 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East.  It was later based in Italy and by 1 March 1945 it was non-operational at Bellaria under the control of No 1 MORU, Desert Air Force after which it was formally disbanded with effect from February 1945.

No 6080 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set station, possibly under the control of No 60 Group in mid 1944.  Once training as an air transportable unit was complete it was transferred to No 38 Group. to take part in the forthcoming Operation 'Market', the airborne assault against Arnhem.  On 15 September, HQ First Allied Airborne Army cancelled the need for radar units but the following day the decision was over-turned by General Browning and the unit, together with No 6341, was flown into the battle zone in four gliders.  However the Landing Zone being under heavy AA, which shot down one of the gliders carrying the unit, killing six personnel and mortar fire, meant that the radar equipment could not be erected and the unit's personnel fought as ground troops.  It is assumed it was formally disbanded at some point shortly after this.

No 6081 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably in Renscombe Down as a Light Warning Set station, under the control of No 84 Group.  It was based at various locations in the UK until moving to the continent some time after D-Day.  Initially based at Hoogerheide near Antwerp, later moving to the Calcar Heights overlooking the Rhine and then onto other locations in Germany.  It disbanded shortly after VE-Day.

No 6082 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6083 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6084 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6085 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6086 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                              

No 6087 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6088 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 84 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6089 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 84 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6090 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 84 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6091 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 83 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6092 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 83 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6093 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 83 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6094 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6095 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6096 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6097 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6098 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6099 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6100 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6101 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6102 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Fords C29Q) prior to January 1944, under the control of Assault Wing, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and disbanded later in 1944.

No 6109 AMES/Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set before July 1943 in the UK.  It took part in Operation 'Husky' in July 1943 and was probably redesignated in March 1944, under the control of No MACAF and disbanded in April 1945.

No 6110 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6111 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6112 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6113 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 83 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6114 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6115 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6116 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, but all other details are currently unknown.

No 6117 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set, under the control of No 84 Group all other details are currently unknown.

No 6136 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 6168 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed after September 1943 as a Light Warning Set (M) station, under the control of No 181 Wing.  It was based at Tamu, possibly from formation, where it operated by day.  After January 1944 it moved to Marimaw it disbanded in ?.

No 6169 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 181 Wing but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July

No 6170 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 181 Wing but remained unallocated until February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July 1945.

No 6171 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 181 Wing but remained unallocated until February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July

No 6172 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 6178 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in July 1945.

No 6179 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, it disbanded but no other details have not been found.

No 6180 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 after which it was based at Broadway in Burma in No 221 Group and disbanded in July 1945.

No 6181 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, it disbanded but no other details have not been found.

No 6182 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Jeeps) in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 181 Wing but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6183 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Setin India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6184 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Setin India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6185 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Setin India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 222 Group but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6187 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944, by which time it was allocated to No 51 Radio School at Bangalore but no other details have been found so far.

No 6261 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a Light Warning Set prior to January 1944 under the control of No 225 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated at No 293 (H) AMES but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 6263 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit appears to have been formed as a Light Warning Set prior to January 1944 under the control of No 225 Group, when it is shown as being unallocated at No 2000 (H) AMES but probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 6263 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 3 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, February 1945 when it moved to Berma.  Whilst at No 3 BSU it was involved in trials to investigate the feasibility of transporting a LWS by pack mule.  No disbandment details have so far been found.

It was based at Burma and disbanded in May 1945.

No 6264 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6265 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6266 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based and when it disbanded has not been found.

No 6267 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until it disbanded later that year.

No 6268 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set (on Amphibious Jeeps) prior to January 1944, by which time was unallocated at No 2 Base Signals Unit and probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 6269 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, June 1945 when it and when it moved to Burma where it disbanded in July 1945.

No 6270 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but remained unallocated until, possibly, February 1945 but where it was based has not been found and it disbanded in April 1945.

No 6282 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 probably in India as a Light Warning Set station, under the control of No 181 Wing.  It was based at the Imphal Valley and was probably transferred to No 221 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in April 1945.

No 6303 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6305 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6305 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded later in 1944.

No 6306 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6307 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6308 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6309 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6310 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6311 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6312 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6313 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6314 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6315 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6316 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6322 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified but it had been reduced to 'number-only' basis in Turkey between August 1944 and March 1945..

No 6341 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set station, possibly under the control of No 60 Group in mid 1944.  Once training as an air transportable unit was complete it was transferred to No 38 Group. to take part in the forthcoming Operation 'Market', the airborne assault against Arnhem.  On 15 September, HQ First Allied Airborne Army cancelled the need for radar units but the following day the decision was over-turned by General Browning and the unit, together with No 6080, was flown into the battle zone in four gliders.  However the Landing Zone being under heavy AA and mortar fire, meant that the radar equipment could not be erected and the unit's personnel fought as ground troops.  It is assumed it was formally disbanded at some point shortly after this.

No 6367 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6368 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6369 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6370 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until April 1945 but where it was based after this has not been found but it disbanded in September 1945.

No 6371 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6372 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Light Warning Set in India, prior to January 1944 under the control of No 2 Base Signals Unit but possibly remained unallocated until it disbanded, but no other details have not been found.

No 6375 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 1944 probably in India, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in 1944.

No 6377 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 1944 probably in India, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in 1944.

No 6562 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1946 probably at Grado, Italy and disbanded in February 1947.

No 6801 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1946 probably in the Middle East.  It was based in Italy then at Habbaniya, Iraq and disbanded in June 1948.

No 7611 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 probably in the Middle East.  It was based in Italy from February 1944 having transferred to No 205 Group by June 1944 and disbanded in March 1946.

No 7621 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in by Jun 1944 probably in the Middle East as a  station, under the control of No 205 Group.  It was based in Italy at Albano, having transferred to No 205 Group by June 1944 and disbanded in March 1946.

No 7622 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 probably in the Middle East as a  station, under the control of CMF.  It had transferred to No 205 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in March 1946.

No 7623 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in by Jun 1944 probably in the Middle East as a  station, under the control of CMF.  It had transferred to No 205 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 7911 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based in Denmark and disbanded in April 1946.

No 7912 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK, under the control of No 72 Wing.  It was based in France then Bavaria, Germany and disbanded in May 1946.

No 7921 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark and disbanded in April 1946.

No 7922 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at Belgium, Germany and Denmark and disbanded in April 1946.

No 7923 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based in the Netherlands then Denmark and disbanded in April 1946.

No 7924 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at Belgium then France and Germany, at Wasserkuppe, where it disbanded in October 1946.

No 7925 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 probably in the UK, under the control of No 72 Wing.  It was based at La Capelle, France until March 1945, then moved to various locations in Germany and disbanded in October 1946.

No 7926 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based in France, then moved to Iburg, Germany in May 1945 and disbanded in October 1946.

No 7931 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based in France at Pont Faverger and Witry-les-Reims, disbanding in January 1947.

No 8000 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in September 1942 at UK.  It was based at Febhala in the Casablanca area in November 1942, then Pantelleria, before moving to mainland Italy and then to Greece in October 1944, where it was transferred to Balkan Air Force by December 1944 and disbanded in December 1944.

No 8001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It arrived in Algeria in November 1942, setting up at Cap Falcon in the Oran area, before moving to Oristano, Corsica in September 1943, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio Sectors.  It was transferred to Balkan Air Force by July 1944 but disbanded in August 1944.

No 8002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It later moved to North Africa and disbanded in September 1944.

No 8003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to North Africa and by the end of January 1943 was located at Philippeville.  by 1 November 1943 it had moved to Algajola, Corsica, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Borgo or Ajaccio Sectors.  By 1 March 1945 it was a COL station located at Lumio, Corsica, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector and disbanded in June 1945.

No 8004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in September 1942 in the UK.  It later moved to North Africa, still being non-operational at Philippeville by the end of January 1943 and disbanded in September 1944.

No 8005 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station  in September 1942 at UK.  It later moved to North Africa, still being non-operational at Cape Serrat by the end of January 1943.  In November 1943 it moved to Giovanni in Sardinia, where it operated under the control of the 63rd Fighter Wing USAAF in either the Alghero or Caglieri Sectors.  It moved to mainland Italy in July 1944 and by 1 March 1945 it was a COL station located at Populonia, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector and disbanded in June 1945.

No 8006 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in September 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It later moved to Algeria, when it was located Dellys by the end of January 1943 and disbanded in August 1944.

No 8007 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1942 probably in UK as a GCI (Type 15) station, under the control of No 60 Group.  It was based at various locations in the UK until June 1944, when it moved to France, having been transferred to No 83 Group in May 1944.  Following experience on the continent, it became clear that there was as great a need for radar units as had been expected, so it had been lodging with No 85 Group.  Therefore, with the end of Operation 'Market' it was returned to the UK in September 1944, where it disbanded in December 1944.

No 8008 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1942 probably in the UK.  It was based in Kent and various other locations in the UK and disbanded in May 1944.

No 8009 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1943 in the Middle East as a GCI (Mobile) station for "special operations".  It was based in North Africa, initially at Port Gueydon.  It remained in North Africa until September 1943 when it moved to Italy, including Pisciotta, where it operated under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector By 1 March 1945 it was located at Guasticce, Italy, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector.  Further moves followed to other locations and it disbanded in September 1945.

No 8010 Air Ministry Experimental Station                                              

This unit was formed in December 1942 in the Middle East as a GCI (Mobile) station.  It was based in Bone, Algeria in January 1943, Cap Serrat, Tunisia in February, Setif, Algeria in March, La Sebala, Tunisia in September and finally Bari, Italy in October, where it was under the control No 242 Group in Taranto Sector.  By 1 March 1945 it was a COL station located at Mola di Bari, under the control of No 323 Wing in the Foggia Sector and disbanded in May 1945.

No 8011 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1942 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Cap Corbelin, near Bone, Algeria in January 1943, Port Gueydon, Algeria in February and then to Cap Serrat, Tunisia in April, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 8012 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1943, possibly at Monastir, Tunisia.  It moved to Aspra, Sicily in August and then to the Island of Ponza, Italy in January 1944, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 8015 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station, under the control of MATAF prior to Operation 'Avalanche'.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 (D+7) providing plots for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF, later moving to La Londe, France under No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector and disbanded in May 1945.

No 8016 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in June 1943 in the Middle East, to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  By 1 November 1943 it was based at Peschici, Italy, under the control of No 242 Group, DAF in the Foggia Sector, where it remained until it disbanded in June 1945.

No 8017 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 at Port Said and probably remained there, being transferred to AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  On 1 March 1945 it was still at Port Said but was now on a 'when wanted' basis working with No 12 Sector Operations Room but it disbanded later that month.

No 8018 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1943 probably in Cherchell, Algeria where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 8019 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 at Kilo 11 and disbanded in June 1944.

No 8020 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1943 probably in the Middle East, under the control of MACAF.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 (D+11) providing plots for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF, moving to Maddaloni in October, Torre de Patria, Italy in December, Pomigliano, Italy in September 1944, where it was under the control of No 335 Wing (Naples Sector), and finally at Lago Patria, Italy in March 1945, where it disbanded in April 1945.

No 8023 Holding Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station in February 1943 at Renscombe Down, later moving to North-west Africa.  It moved to Scogliati , Sicily in July 1943, Augusta in August, Melilli in May 1944 and the to Ancona, Italy in October 1943.  By 1 March 1945 it was under the control of No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector and disbanded in July 1945.

No 8024 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1943 probably in the UK.  It was based in the UK until June 1944 when it moved to France, was later redesignated No 8024 Forward Director Post (FDP).  Following experience on the continent, it became clear that there was as great a need for radar units as had been expected, so it had been lodging with No 85 Group.  Therefore, with the end of Operation 'Market' it was returned to the UK in September 1944, where it disbanded.

No 8026 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1944 probably at Bombay, under the control of No 2 BSU, ex Assault Wing.  It was based at Calcutta in February and then to Yupbang Ga, Burma in May, where it disbanded in December 1944.

No 8027 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 in India.  It later moved to Malaya and disbanded in August 1946.

No 8028 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station prior to July 1943 in the Middle East, to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It was based in Italy as a GCI/COL station from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force), moving to Maddaloni, in November,  where it operated under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector.  Further moves followed to Anzio in April 1944, San Vito in June, Fano in August and finally to Rimini, Italy in September 1944, where it and disbanded in April 1945.  It Operated under the codename 'Blackbeer' with units at Tortorella.

No 8029 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 probably in Aleppo, under the control of RAF Middle East.  It moved to Izmit, Turkey in January 1944 then to Yesilkoy, Turkey in August, where it worked with No 29 Radar Detachment.  t was still operational on 1 March 1945 but probably disbanded soon afterwards.

No 8030 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 in Egypt.  It was based at Cyprus in August 1943 and disbanded in November 1943.

No 8031 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It was based in Cefalu, Sicily in July 1943 and Capo Vaticano, Italy in September.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Lanciano under the control of No 323 Wing in the Foggia Sector and disbanded in May 1945.

No 8032 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It was based in North Africa, Sicily, Brindisi in Italy, where it was under the control No 242 Group in Taranto Sector.  Moving to Yugoslavia in March 1945,  it disbanded in June 1945.

No 8033 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in the UK to participate in Operation 'Husky', arriving in Sicily in July 1943.  It was based in Italy as a GCI/COL station from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force), operating under the codename 'Syrup' with units at Tortorella under the control of MAAF.  By 1 March 1945 it was at Bellaria and disbanded after this date.

No 8035 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in May 1943 in North-west Africa to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It was based in Italy from September 1943 providing plots for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF, moving to Crispano in October 1943, San Vito in March 1944, San Gaetano in June 1944 and Ledramont, Agay in September 1944 and operated under the codename 'Mimic' with units at Gaudo/Montecorvino having transferred to No 202 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in April 1945.

No 8036 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1943 probably in Aleppo, under the control of MAAF.  It was based in Italy as a GCI/COL station from September 1943 providing plots for No 1 MORU and No 1 FFCU (Desert Air Force), moving to Civita Castellana, in June 1944, Crete in July, then back to Italy at Ospedalleto, near Forli in November and finally to Treviso, in June 1945, where it disbanded in July 1945.

No 8037 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 probably at Helwan.  It moved to Aleppo, Syria in December, back to Helwan in March 1944 and then to Ciyli, Turkey in August, where it disbanded in October 1944.

No 8038 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1943 at Helwan.  It moved to Carasino, Italy in December 1943, Talsano in February 1944, Kalamaki, Greece in October and finally Hassani in December, having been transferred to AHQ Greece by the time it disbanded in December 1944.

No 8039 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed by January 1944 probably in India as a GCI station, under the control of No 2 BSU, ex Assault Wing.  It was based at Bombay but by June had moved to Calcutta, was transferred to No 225 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in post June 1944.

No 8040 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 probably in Pulal, India as a GCI station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in April 1945.

No 8041 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to Cap Caxine, Algeria in June 1943, L'Amor, Tunisia in August and Cap S Maria di Levea, Italy in October 1943, where it was under the control No 242 Group in Taranto Sector and disbanded in December 1944.

No 8042 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL station prior to July 1943, possibly at Renscombe Down for service during Operation 'Husky' but after this not further trace as so far been found.

No 8043 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station prior to July 1943 in North-west Africa, to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  It moved to Italy in September on D+7, where it undertook plotting for the 64th Fighter Wing USAAF.   It then seems to have returned to Canicattini Bagni, Sicily in February 1944 before returning to Italy at Chiaravalle in July.  Here came under No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector, later moving to Capua, after March 1945, where it disbanded in July 1945.

No 8044 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1943 at Renscombe Down.  It moved to La Senia, Algeria in May 1943, then to Naples by 1 November 1943, where it operated under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector.  By 1 March 1945 it was locatedat Ripalta under the control of No 323 Wing in the Foggia Sector and disbanded sometime after this.

No 8045 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1943 at Dryden, Waltair in India as a GCI station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in April 1945.

No 8046 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in late 1943 as a GCI station at Vasavilan, Ceylon, probably becoming operational in February 1944, under the control of No 183 Wing and disbanded in March 1945.

No 8047 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station prior to January 1944, under the control of No 225 Group and probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 8048 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in 1944 probably in India, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in 1944.

No 8072 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in the Middle East as a  station, under the control of AHQ Greece and disbanded in December 1944.

No 8502 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station prior to January 1944 under the control of No 181 Wing.  It became operational at Titabar, India, in June, under the control of No 221 Group, before moving to Silchar and Imphal during September and October. Further moves followed to Tamu in October, Nyaungu in April 1945, Magwe in May and finally to Thedaw in June 1945 having been transferred to No 221 Group by December 1944, where it  disbanded in September 1945.

No 8503 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 probably in Mariut, Egypt as a GCI station, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean.  By 1 March 1945 it was located at Amriya on a 'when wanted' basis working with No 13 Sector Operations Room and disbanded in May 1945.

No 8513 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in Au 43 probably in Manning Town, Ceylon as a GCI station, under the control of No 183 Wing.  It moved to Ridgeway, Ceylon in December, returning to Manning Town in January 1944, where it disbanded in March 1945.

No ` Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in India as a GCI station, under the control of No 182 Wing.  It was based at Golapur in August 1943, Chittagong in January 1944, by which time it was barge mounted, and Akyab in January 1945, having been transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in May 1945.

No 8519 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was probably formed at Silchar, under the control of No 225 Group but no other details have so far been found.

No 8536 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as an Intermediate GCI station at No 2 Base Signals Unit prior to January 1944 and probably disbanded before becoming operational.

No 8554 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably at Silchar.  It moved to Tabingaung, Burma later the same month, to Meiktila, Burma in March and then to Thedaw, Burma in May, where it disbanded in May 1945.

No 9032 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably at Swingate, Dover and disbanded in September 1943.

No 9042 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1943 probably at Worth Matravers and disbanded in July 1943.

No 9121 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably at Trimingham and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9122 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1943 probably at Swingate, Dover and disbanded in March 1944.

No 9123 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 probably in Cleadon where it disbanded in October 1943.

No 9131 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably at Trimingham and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9141 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1943 probably at Sennen and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9142 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably at Worth Matravers and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9152 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably at Worth Matravers and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9162 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1943 probably at Hawkshill Down and disbanded in December 1943.

No 9421 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably in the UK.  It was based at Commercy, France in January 1945 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 9452 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in October 1944 probably in the UK before moving to Florennes, Belgium the same month and disbanded in December 1944.

No 9461 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1945 probably at Cardington.  It moved to Baarle Nassau, Holland in February 1945 and disbanded in March 1945.

No 11000 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1943 at La Sebala, Tunisia.  It moved to Borgo, Corsica in January 1944, Porto Vecchio, Corsica in May, the Isle of Pianosa in June and finally to San Vincenzo, Italy in July, where it disbanded in September 1944.

No 11001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1943 at Fort Ce Leau, Algeria.  It moved to Barcaggio Erse, Corsica in February 1944, Prunette, Corsica in May and finally to Gragnano, Italy in October, where it and disbanded in October 1944.

No 11002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 at Chittagong.  It moved to Rangoon, Burma in June 1945 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 14009 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 at Chittagong.  It moved to Rangoon in June 1945, having been transferred to No 224 Group by December 1944 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 14010 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 probably in Rendugullapalem, India as a CHEL station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in April 1945.

No 14015 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in September 1944 probably in Pallavaram as a CHEL station, under the control of No 225 Group and disbanded in March 1945.

No 14016 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably in Chapel Hill, Trincomalee, Ceylon where it disbanded in May 1945.

No 14017 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably at Rocky South, Ceylon.  It moved to Chapel Hill, Trincomalee, Ceylon in January 1945, where it disbanded in June 1945.

No 14018 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 at Kirimalai, Ceylon.   and disbanded in March 1945.

No 14019 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably at La Gaurdiola , Isle of Ischia.  It was based at Gragnamo, Italy in October 1944 and by 1 March 1945 was undergoing training at the RIMU (Middle East), disbanding at some point after this.

No 14020 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1944 probably in Algiers as a  station, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to La Parata, Corsica later the same month, Couronne, France in September and finally to Cap Ferrat, France in November, under the control of No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector and disbanded in May 1945.

No 14021 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1944 probably at Marine de Sisco, Corsica, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Sagro, Corsica in August and then to |Cap Corse, Corsica in September, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector and disbanded in July 1945.

No 14023 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1944 probably in Algiers as a  station, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Corsica in June, Punt Ala, Italy in August and finally to Antignano di Livorno, Italy in September, under the control of No 338 Wing in the Leghorn Sector, where it disbanded in June 1945.

No 14024 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1944 probably in Algiers as a  station, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Brindisi, Italy in May, Ancona Lighthouse, Italy in July, under the control of No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector and finally to Variano, Italy in May 1945, where it disbanded in June 1945.

No 14025 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1944 probably in Algeria, under the control of MAAF.  It moved to Crete in July, Castel di Mezzo, Italy in September, Ravenna, Italy in December, under the control of No 1 MORU and finally to Osoppo, Italy in June 1945, where it disbanded in July 1945.

No 14027 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit had been formed as a Type 14 station by November 1943, when it was under the control of No 242 Group, DAF and was located at Bari in the Taranto Sector.  By March 1945 it was at Bellaria, under the control of No 1 MORU and operated under the codename 'Gonat' with units at Marcianise, disbanding in May 1945.

No 14028 Holding Air Ministry Experimental

This unit was formed as a Type 14 station in November 1943 in Malta, moving immediately to Mola di Bari, Italy, where it was under the control of No 242 Group, DAF in the Taranto Sector. in November 1943.  It moved to Peschici, Italy in January 1945 but was non-operational by March and disbanded in June 1945.

No 14034 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in Algiers, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Giens, France in September 1944, under the control of No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector, but was non-operational by March and  disbanded in April 1945.

No 14035 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1944 probably at Rossa Point, Italy, under the control of MACAF.  It moved to Pomigliano, Italy in September and by March 1945 was at Grottamare Alto under the control of  No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector, it disbanded in May 1945.

No 14036 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1944 probably in Algiers, under the control of MACAF and by March 1945 was at Castel de Mezzo under the control of  No 287 Wing in the Ancona Sector, it disbanded in June 1945.

No 14042 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1946 probably at Basir Panjang, Singapore and disbanded in June 1946.

No 14064 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1946 at Tanah Menah Besar, Singapore and disbanded in November 1946.

No 14073 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1944 probably in Mondolfo, Italy.  It moved to Riccione, Italy in February 1945 but was stiil awaiting radar equipment in March and it disbanded in March 1945.

No 14074 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not been found yet but in March 1945 it was en-route to the Middle East.

No 14075 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not been found yet but in March 1945 it was en-route to the Middle East.

No 14076 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not been found yet but in March 1945 it was being held in reserve

No 14077 Air Ministry Experimental Station

Formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not been found yet but in March 1945 was expected to arrive in the Middle East from the UK

No 15051 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in February 1943 probably at Renscombe Down.  It was based on the Isle of Ischia in October 1943, where it was under the control of the 62nd Fighter Wing USAAF in the Naples Sector.  In May 1944 it moved to the Cassino area of Italy, where it operated under the codename 'Mature' with units at Gaudo/Montecorvino.  In September 1944 it moved to Frejus, France then to Cap Courounne, France in November and Sete, France in February 1945 under the control of No 340 Wing in the Aix Sector and disbanded in March 1945.

No 15052 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in the UK prior to July 1943 for Operation 'Husky'.  By 1 March 1945 it was a Type 15 COL station at Ravenna under No 1 MORU, Desert Air Force.  It operated under the codename 'Addew' with units at Tortorella moving to Mogliano in December 1945, then to Mestre, Italy in March 1947, where it disbanded in November 1947.

No 15053 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in UK as a Type 15 GCI (FDP) station, under the control of No 83 Group.  It was based in the UK, moving to France in June 1944, soon proving its ability to move as required and in the last two weeks off August, operated from four different sites.  Further moves continued to Boechout, Belgium on 12 September, then with the failure of the two LW Sets sent to Arnhem it moved to Eindhoven in the Netherlands on 21 September to provide coverage for that area.  After Arnhem, it moved to a site south-east of Nijmegen.  It was later held in reserve at Labbeck, near Xanten for Operation 'Varsity', the Rhine crossing, eventually crossing the river on 31 March, becoming operational at Neiunkirchen on 3 April as the Forward Radar Control.   It was disbanded in May 1945.

No 15054 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1943 probably in UK as a Type 15 GCI (FDP) station, under the control of No 83 Group.  It was based in the UK, moving to France in June 1944, soon proving its ability to move as required and in the last two weeks off August, operated from four different sites.  Further moves continued to Belgium, then during Operation 'Market', the assault at Arnhem, an element was moved to a location between Uden and Nijmegen in the Netherlands.  Following the Arnhem operation, the detachment returned to the main unit at Wauberg in Belgium.  On 17 March 1945 it moved to Bonninghardt near the Rhine to provide coverage to the forces involved in Operation 'Varsity', the crossing of the Rhine.  It finally moved to Travemunde, near Lubeck on 6 May, where it was disbanded later that month.

No 15055 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1943 probably in UK, under the control of No 83 Group and disbanded in March 1944.

No 15056 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1944 probably in UK as a Type 15 GCI station, under the control of No 84 Group.  It was based in the UK then moved to France as part of No 484 GCC, moving to Gilze Rijen near Breda in Holland in January 1945, where it disbanded in January 1945.

No 15057 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in Cesena, Italy, under the control of No 1 MORU, DAF where it disbanded in March 1945.

No 15059 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a COL/GCI/CHB (M) station prior to January 1944 at No 2 Base Signals Unit.  It became operational in April 1944 at Imphal, moving to Amarda Road in April 1945 and then Baigachi from June 1945,.  By December 1944, it had been transferred to No 231 Group and disbanded in December 1945.

No 15060 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 at Sambre, India.  It moved to Hong Kong in December 1945 and disbanded in April 1946.

No 15061 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 probably in the UK as a Type 15 GCI station, under the control of No 84 Group.  It almost immediately moved to Lourdes, moving to Ghent, Belgium in December.  By early January it was at Gilseinde in Belgium when it hit by a V-2 which destroyed nine of its vehicles but only caused minor injuries to three airmen.  Later in the month it moved to Gilze Rijen, Holland, where a V-1 landed on one of the unit's billets but again, fortunately, only minor injuries were sustained.  It moved to Beers, Holland in March and finally to Wildeshausen, Germany in April, where it disbanded in May 1945.

No 15062 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1944 probably in the UK as a Type 15 GCI station, under the control of No 84 Group.  It was based at Home Farm, Goodwood in May 1944 before moving to Peacehaven, later the same month.  It arrived on the continent at Gassel, Holland in December.  By early 1945 it was being referred to as No 6 FDP, within the group, moving to a location between the Reichwalde Forest and the Rhine on 20 March.  In May it moved to Eelde, Holland, Rostrup, Germany in July 1945 and finally to Wesendorf, Germany in March 1946, where it disbanded in February 1946.

No 15063 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI/COL but no other details have so far been located.

No 15064 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI/COL but no other details have so far been located.

No 15069 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 in India.  It moved to Hong Kong in October and disbanded in May 1946.

No 15071 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1943 at Renscombe Down being allocated to No 84 Group on its formation.  It moved to Chigwell, UK in July 1943, Goodwood in August, Bridlington in September, back to Goodwood in October, Great Boyton Hall, Roxwell in December and then Durrington in May 1944.  In September it moved across the Channel to Fromelles and in the first ten days of the month moved to a further three locations before moving to Cluysen in Belgium in November, Schijndel in Holland in December, Marheeze in January 1945, Matterborn, Holland on 17 March and finally to Brogbern in Germany in April, where where disbanded in May 1945.

No 15072 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector in the American Area but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15073 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector in the American Area but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15074 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector in the American Area but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15075 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 15076 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a GCI station in the UK prior to July 1943 to participate in Operation 'Husky'.  Moving to Isle of Nisida in July 1944, it provided support to the seaborne operation BIGOT-ANVIL during the invasion of Southern France in August 1944 and disbanded in October 1944.

No 15081 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector in the American Area but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15082 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed before D-Day in the UK as a GCI Convoy, originally planned for operations under No 21 Base Defence Sector in the American Area.  It landed on Omaha Beach on D-Day and disbanded in ?.

No 15083 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed before D-Day at Renscombe Down as a GCI Convoy.  It landed on 'Gold' Beach on D-Day and disbanded in ?.

No 15092 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15093 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15119 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required.  By the winter of 1944/45 it was on the continent near Helchteren in Belgium under the control of No 85 Group.

No 15120 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required.  By the winter of 1944/45 it was on the continent located near Nijmegen in Holland under the control of No 85 Group.

No 15121 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1944 probably in the UK to operate with No 24 Base Defence Sector, as a Mobile GCI station, under the control of No 2 TAF.  It was based various locations, including Rouen, Calais, Lille, Lette (Koesfeld) and Berlin, disbanding in May 1945.

No 15122 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 25 Base Defence Sector which would remain in the UK following D-Day, until required.  By the winter of 1944/45 it was on the continent at Breda in Holland under the control of No 85 Group.

No 15128 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a GCI station for operations under No 24 Base Defence Sector which would operate in the British sector following D-Day, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15129 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 24 Base Defence Sector which would operate in the British sector following D-Day, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 15130 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This was planned to be a COL station for operations under No 24 Base Defence Sector which would operate in the British sector following D-Day, but further details have not yet been identified.

No 16004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in January 1944 probably at Lumio, Corsica and disbanded in September 1944.

No 21021 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1945 at Ravenna.  It moved to Ferrara, Italy in May, Lignano, Italy in June and finally to Malta in March 1946, where it disbanded in January 1947.

No 23001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1944 probably at Cap Bizerta, Tunisia, under the control of MACAF where it remained until disbanding in May 1946.

No 23002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1944 probably in Algiers, under the control of MACAF.  It was based at Cap Carbon, Algeria in February 1944 and by March 1945 was at Cap Bizerta, where it disbanded in March 1946.

No 23003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1944 probably in Apollonia, under the control of AHQ Eastern Mediterranean and later No 212 Group.  It moved to Brindisi, Italy in June 1945 and disbanded in March 1946.

No 23005 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1945 at Rabat-Sale and disbanded in July 1945.

No 23010 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in August 1945 in India and disbanded in September 1946.

No 23011 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 in India.  It was based at Puri, India  in August and disbanded in November 1946.

No 23012 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1945 at Pagadalpetta, India.  It moved to Cocanada, India in March 1946 and disbanded in December 1946.

No 23013 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1945 probably in India.  It moved to Waltair, India in September, Vizagapatam, India in October, back to Waltair in November, returning to Vizagapatam again February 1946, where it disbanded in November 1946.

No 61004 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1945 probably at Thinganfyan, Burma.  It moved to Kyauktan, Burma in July 1945, where it disbanded in July 1945.

No 61008 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in November 1945 probably in Singpore and disbanded in November 1945.

No 61010 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1945 probably at Toungoo, Burma and disbanded in May 1945.

No 62005 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1945 probably in India, almost immediately moving to Burma and disbanded in March 1945.

No 63001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1945 at Ywaddon, Burma and disbanded in September 1945.

No 63003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1945 at Sambre, India.  It moved to Hong Kong in November 1945 and disbanded in February 1946.

No 63016 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in June 1945 at Sambre, India.  It moved to Hong Kong in November 1945 and disbanded in February 1946.

No 64001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in February 1945 at Imphal.  It moved to Gangaw, Burma the same month, then to Thingangyun, Rangoon in May and finally to Kyauktan, Burma in August, where it disbanded in September 1945.

No 64002 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in March 1945 at Alon, Burma and disbanded in July 1945.

No 64003 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in April 1945 at Burma.  It was based at Meiktila, Burma in May 1945 and disbanded in August 1945.

No 67005 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed as a Mobile Radar Control Unit in March 1945 at Ravenna under the control of No 1 MORU, DAF.  It moved to Comacchio Spit, Italy in April and then to Terzo, Italy in May, where it disbanded in May 1945.

No 70001 Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in December 1944 in the UK.  It was based at Nordhorn, Holland in May 1945 and Wesendorf, Germany in June 1945, where it disbanded in September 1945.

No 80441 Air Ministry Experimental Station

The formation and disbandment dates for this unit have not yet been identified.

No 8 xxx  Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1946 at Precenicco and disbanded in March 1947.

Grotta Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in ? at Grotta, Iceland and disbanded in ?.

Ikingi Mariut, Egypt Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in July 1940 at Ikingi Mariut and disbanded in May 1941.

Olfus Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed at Olfus, Iceland but a disbandment date has not yet been found

Ta Silch, Malta Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1943 at Ta Silch, Malta and disbanded in September 1943.

Tal Blata, Malta Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed in May 1943 at Tal Blata, Malta and disbanded in August 1943.

Vik Air Ministry Experimental Station

This unit was formed at Vik, Iceland as a LORAN but a disbandment date has not yet been found.

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