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RAF Middle East - October 1930

Directly Administered by Command HQ

HQ - Villa Victoria Cairo

Unit Location Officer Commanding
RAF Depot, Middle East RAF Aboukir Gp Capt N Goldsmith
  1. Meteorological Station
  2. Port Detachment
  1. Aboukir
  2. Alexandria
No 4 Flying Training School RAF Abu Sueir Wg Cdr C G S Gould
Station HQ RAF Heliopolis Gp Capt Eric M Murray
No 208 (Army Co-operation) Sqn RAF Heliopolis Sqn Ldr M Moore
No 216 (Bomber) Sqn RAF Heliopolis Wg Cdr E A B Rice
  1. Meteorological Station
  1. RAF Heliopolis
No 45 (Bomber) Sqn RAF Helwan Sqn Ldr F J Vincent
No 6 (Army Co-operation) Sqn RAF Ismailia Sqn Ldr C R Cox
Wireless Station RAF Ismailia Flt Lt C W Attwood
Meteorological Station RAF Ismailia  
No 47 (Bomber) Sqn RAF Khartoum Sqn Ldr E L Howard-Williams

RAF Transjordan and Palestine

HQ - Amman (temporarily moved to Customs House, Jerusalem)

Unit Location Officer Commanding
Station HQ RAF Amman Vacant
No 14 (Bomber) Sqn RAF Amman Sqn Ldr F O Soden
Meteorological Station RAF Amman  
No 2 Armoured Car Company (HQ and 1 section) RAF Ramleh Sqn Ldr H G R Malet
No 2 Armoured Car Company (1 section) RAF Amman  
No 2 Armoured Car Company (1 section) Haifa  
No 2 Armoured Car Company (1 section) Roshpina  
Meteorological Station RAF Ramleh  
Supply Depot RAF Sarafand Flt Lt F D D Gaussen
RAF Hospital RAF Sarafand  
W/T Station Jerusalem  
No 2 Wireless Company, Royal Corps of Signals Sarafand  

Source - October 1930 Air Force List

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