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  1. After moving from RAF Netheravon, the school became the first flying unit at RAF Little Rissington in August 1938 with Audaxes, Furies, Harts and Ansons as No. 6 Service Flying Training School. It was disbanded by being redesignated No.6 (P)AFU (Pilot-Advanced Flying Unit) on 22 April 1942. From 30 April 1946, 6 FTS was based at RAF Ternhill ...

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  2. No. 6 Service Flying Training School (No. 6 SFTS) was formed at RAAF Station Mallala, South Australia, on 25 August 1941, under the control of No. 1 Training Group. Its inaugural commanding officer was Wing Commander N. Brearley. The school was reported to have cost £233,000–240,000 to establish.

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  4. No. 6 Flying Training School is a Flying Training School (FTS) within No. 22 (Training) Group of the Royal Air Force that delivers flying training to University Air Squadrons and Air Experience Flights. Initially formed by renaming 39 Training School at RAF Spitalgate After moving from RAF Netheravon, becoming the first flying unit at RAF Little Rissington in August 1938 with their Audaxes ...

  5. No. 6 Flying Training School RAF is a Flying Training School (FTS) within No. 22 (Training) Group of the Royal Air Force that delivers flying training to University Air Squadrons[2] and Air Experience Flights.[3] The school was formed by renaming 39 Training School at RAF Spitalgate. After moving fr

  6. Elementary and Reserve Flying Training School, Kenya (1940) became No. 30 Elementary Flying Training School RAF Empire Flying School (1946-49) became Royal Air Force Flying College [6] Flying Instructors School, El Khanka (1918-19) [7]

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    It receives crews from No. 1 Flying Training School at RAF Shawbury and builds on their existing skills learnt from basic and advanced helicopter training to qualify them on the Puma and Chinook. Flying operations are supported by units such as No. 22 Squadron (the Operational Evaluation Unit for Joint Helicopter Command) and Medium Support ...

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