Admiralty: Fleet Air Arm: Squadron Diaries and Standing Orders
|Title:||Admiralty: Fleet Air Arm: Squadron Diaries and Standing Orders|
This series comprises squadron diaries containing a day-by-day account of the domestic and administrative activities of some of the Fleet Air Arm's front line and training squadrons, mainly from the World War 2 period but with some post-war diaries for training and RNVR squadrons.
Further diaries are held by the Fleet Air Arm Museum at Yeovilton, Somerset, along with some squadron"line books". Line books are a less formal record of a squadron's activities and mishaps, enlivened by photographs, cartoons etc.
Cut 3 - Actions with the enemy Subseries within ADM 116
Cut 90 - Aviation Subseries within ADM 116
War History Cases ADM 199
Reports of Proceedings ADM 217
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
Board of Admiralty, Fleet Air Arm, 1939-1964
|Physical description:||69 volume(s)|
Context of this recordBrowse by Reference
- ADM - Records of the Admiralty, Naval Forces, Royal Marines, Coastguard, and related bodies
- Division within ADM - Records of Air Department, Fleet Air Arm, Royal Naval Air Service and Department of Aircraft Equipment
- ADM 207 - Admiralty: Fleet Air Arm: Squadron Diaries and Standing Orders