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Grant, C.A.


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Flying Officer Chas. Grant from the South Atlantic Wing of the RAF at Nassau, Bahamas, is on furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Grant, Bond St. His duty is to take Bomber and Fighter planes across to the other side of the world.


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Flying Officer C.A. Grant enlisted 17 July 1941. He received his wings and commission at Dauphin, Man., 3 July 1942. He was posted on 1 August 1942 to Arnprior to take an instructor’s course, on 1 October 1942 to Pendelton as an instructor, on 1 May 1943 to Uplands for a refresher course. On 2 August 1943, he was posted to the Atlantic transport group at Dorval, Quebec, and on 4 October 1943 to South Atlantic Wing R.A.F.T.C. at Nassau, Bahamas, to fly bombers to Africa. On 25 April 1944 he was posted to Patricia Bay, Vancouver Island, to instruct transport plane pilots.

Date of Publication:
11 Jan 1944
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Personal Name(s):
Charles Grant
Collection:
World War II Service Files
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.35012 Longitude: -78.73286
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Grant, C.A.


Flying Officer C.A. Grant enlisted 17 July 1941. He received his wings and commission at Dauphin, Man., 3 July 1942. He was posted on 1 August 1942 to Arnprior to take an instructor’s course, on 1 October 1942 to Pendelton as an instructor, on 1 May 1943 to Uplands for a refresher course. On 2 August 1943, he was posted to the Atlantic transport group at Dorval, Quebec, and on 4 October 1943 to South Atlantic Wing R.A.F.T.C. at Nassau, Bahamas, to fly bombers to Africa. On 25 April 1944 he was posted to Patricia Bay, Vancouver Island, to instruct transport plane pilots.