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Coastal Area - July 1929

Directly Administered by Area HQ

33-34 Tavistock Place, London WC1

Unit Location
Inspector of Recruiting RAF (b):- Gwydr House, Whitehall, London SW1
  1. RAF Recruiting Depot
  1. Gwydr House, Whitehall, London SW1
Central Medical Establishment (d) 3-4 Clement's Inn, London WC2
Marine Aircraft Experimental Establishment (a) Felixstowe
  1. Flying Boat Development Flight
  1. Felixstowe
RAF Training Base Leuchars
  1. HQ
  2. Accommodation for 5 FAA Flights
RAF Station Donibristle
  1. No 36 (Torpedo Bomber) Sqn
  2. No 401 (Fleet Fighter) Flt
  3. No 405 (Fleet Fighter) Flt
  4. No 406 (Fleet Fighter) Flt
  5. No 408 (Fleet Fighter) Flt
RAF Units for: -
  • HMS Furious
  • HMS Argus
  • HMS Vindictive
Station HQ Cattewater, Plymouth
  1. No 204 (Flying Boat) Sqn

(a) Controlled directly by the Air Ministry as laid down in AMWO 822/1921.

(b) Under the Air Ministry for technical administration.

(d) Under Director of Medical Services for technical administration (Medical).

No 10 Group (HQ - Lee-on-Solent)

Unit Location
RAF Base Calshot
  1. HQ
  2. No 201 (Flying Boat) Sqn
  3. HQ Training Sqn
  4. Navigation School
  5. Seaplane Training Flt
  6. Marine Training Section
RAF Base Gosport
  1. HQ
  2. Flying Section
  3. Torpedo Development Section
  4. Marine Craft Section
  5. RAF Auxiliary 'Adastral'
  6. Storage Unit
  7. Accommodation for 6 FAA Flights
School of Naval Co-operation Lee-on-Solent
RAF Floating Dock Portland

Source - July 1929 Air Force List

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