Catalogue description Air Ministry: Central Bomber Establishment: Reports

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Details of AIR 63
Reference: AIR 63
Title: Air Ministry: Central Bomber Establishment: Reports

Papers in this series are reports illustrating the type of trials of equipment, tactics and aircraft (Lincolns, Lancasters and Mosquitos) on which the establishment was engaged or reports on overseas liaison visits to Allied air forces made by C.B.E. staff.

Date: 1946-1950
Related material:

Records of the Bomber Command can be found in AIR 14

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English

Air Ministry, Central Bomber Establishment, 1945-1949

Physical description: 62 file(s)
Access conditions: Subject to 30 year closure
Administrative / biographical background:

A Central Bomber Establishment was formed at RAF Marham on 25 September 1945 to meet the requirements of bomber training and tactics of the Royal Air Force. On 14 April 1949 it moved to Lindholme, where it was disbanded on 5 December 1949.

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