2175 (Rolls-Royce) Squadron ATC Guestbook
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  Posted On: September 24, 2014 12:07:23 PM

 Name: Chris McMillan
 Email: chrismcmillan@outlook.com
 From: Glasgow
 Comments: Just popping by to see how the sqn is doing, Glad to see it is still going from strength to strength.
Visiting the website brings back a lot of great memories.
 Find: Ex NCO/ CI
  Posted On: July 22, 2014 11:55:42 PM

 Name: John Byrne
 Email: librabour@outlook. com
 From: Glasgow
 Comments: Dear Flt Lt Callan, It's your former Corporal John J Byrne. I would like to offer my company's services to our squadron . I have noticed that the external of the squadron needs some upgrading. It would be both and an honour and a privilege to repay what this squadron gave to me as a youth. My company will offer free labour to this fine establishment. I look forward with great anticipation to hearing from u. I can be contacted on my mobile 07765100411. Yours sincerely John J Byrne x
  Posted On: January 13, 2014 11:15:40 PM

 Name: Mrs h little
 Email: lucylittle1961@hotmail.co.uk
 From: X parent 2175. Chair 396 civ com
 Comments: Very informative and a really good site
 Find: Through my son
  Posted On: November 28, 2013 09:15:27 AM

 Name: David HASSETT
 Email: shrewton-stoves@tiscali.co.uk
 From: Shrewton, Wiltshire
 Comments: Researching my late father-in-law's history during WW2.
His name: Geoffrey Lee, and he was with ground staff at 602 squadron but I don't have his service no. Excellent little website; must visit the museum when next in Glasgow.
 Find: through research on 602 Squadron.
  Posted On: September 20, 2013 06:17:45 AM

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  Posted On: June 26, 2013 12:37:51 PM

 Name: DAVID FRASER
 Email: david@frasertech.co.uk
 Homepage: ?
 From: AYR
 Comments: Your squadron is in good hands and in excellent health.
I have everything to thank the ATC for. They helped get me into Scottish Aviation Ltd at Prestwick as an apprentice and from there onwards and upwards in life.
I ended up as a Flight Sergeant in 137 Ayr squadron and won their highest award as a cadet.
It helped me greatly in later life as a private pilot and gliding instructor when I was CFI at Strathaven Airfield. Then into my own business until retirement twelve years ago. I owe everything to my days in the ATC. Keep up the good work and thank you.
 Find: Through a site on 602 City of Glasgow Squadron.
  Posted On: February 10, 2013 03:12:15 PM

 Name: Cpl Chad Kenney
 Email: chad_hapnin@hotmail.com
 From: 1145 (Dunfermline) sqn
 Comments: the brassard has been updated http://s17.postimage.org/kuc4e68e7/Image_4.jpg
  Posted On: November 20, 2012 07:11:52 PM

 Name: James Fleming
 Email: jfleming26@gmail.com
 From: 1018 Downham Market Squadron
 Comments: Nice website, well put together. Really useful resources, I'm using some of your leadership material as inspiration for my own exercise
 Find: Google search
  Posted On: November 12, 2012 08:40:53 PM

 Name: Ernie Sollis
 Email: swo@1803hucknallsquadron.co.uk
 Homepage: www.1803hucknallsquadron.co.uk
 From: Nottinghamshire
 Comments: Good site, enjoyed looking through it and seeing what others in the corps are up to!
 Find: Looking for a squadron with Rolls Royce in the name - knew there was one somewhere. We are on Rolls Royce site and looking for a precedent to try and get local unit to adopt us!
  Posted On: July 22, 2012 07:27:35 PM

 Name: Midshipman (SCC) J Sanders RNR
 Email: jamesdsanders@hotmail.co.uk
 From: Redditch
 Comments: Good Site, got my PLTs of this as it has a broad range. good access to information. good job !
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  Posted On: May 04, 2012 11:43:21 PM

 Name: David Beattie
 Email: david.beattie2@nhs.net
 From: Glasgow
 Comments: As a former cadet in the early to mid 80's at your old site in Hillington. It's great to see you are still going strong. I loved shooting back then with the old bolt action rifles. We used to go into the Rolls Royce factory to get them and march back to the the range. I see the old chipmunk plane is gone. I was 14 when i flew in the chipmunk. Scary stuff with a parachute strapped to your bum.I also flew in a jet provost. I wish you guys all the best as its a great club for kids. One memory that was foremost at the time was the uniform trousers. Back in the mid 80's the style was to have very slim fitting trousers. The uniform issue was for very flary trousers. I used to run from the house as not to be noticed by the local neds ( yep neds back then too) who would laugh and slag our trousers.The lessons i learned then taught me strong morals that i live by today.
Keep up the good work.
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