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2274 Rye Air Training Corps


Following the memorial service for squadron CO Brian Sealy on 9th December 2006, a number of former cadets met to celebrate Brian’s life and shares some memories. Those present included the Sealy family, Anne, Doug and Christine Gordon & Duncan Lee, Mark (Fritz) Ketterl, Richard Owst, James Nunn, Lee Cattell, Sledge and myself. Also at Brian’s service and at the wake were Barry (Basil) Jones, Richard (Sniffer) Meredith and many former teachers and friends. It was decided to set up a website after the meeting, to organise future events and to enable former cadets and instructors to keep in touch. Launched just before Christmas, the website already has a vast resource of memorabilia, photos and written memoirs. The website is free to view and former cadets can register to post their own memoirs and photos.


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    Interested to find this message. I was a member of 2274 Squadron from 1954 to 1958. Unfortunately I cannot find the website you mention.

    Peter Robinson

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