17 results found for: Psychological Warfare

Search results for: Psychological Warfare

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CALVERT, J Michael (#152)

…Jungle is Neutral, 1949), he learned a lot about jungle warfare; and he helped to train Australian special forces. He was moved on to set up a bush warfare school at Maymyo in Burma, east of Mandalay – in fact a school to train guerrillas to fight in China. General…

ROWLANDS, John (#83)

…the British atomic bomb. He was in the High Explosive Research Department, also situated at Fort Halstead, and from 1947 to 1952 at the Atomic Warfare Research Establishment at Aldermaston. In 1952 Rowlands attended the first British atomic tests in the Monte Bello Islands as the senior RAF officer. He…

WILLIS, Robert (#239)

…course: please sign up to the Newsletter (bottom of the page) and we’ll let you know when we’ve done more justice in writing up our extraordinary signatories. USAAC 92nd BOMBARDMENT GROUP, v. GERMAN Wurzburg-Riese, RADAR & JAMMING SPECIALIST; US ‘Mickey’ copy British H2S bombing radar. Representing SECRET ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES WARFARE

GIBBS, R Patrick M (#84)

…which for all its modern setting and psychological background, recalls old-fashioned or Victorian drama by its very absurdity”. He was so reluctant to introduce a personal touch into his notices that, in his approving review of Battle of Britain, he had to be persuaded to mention at the end that…

GILLAM, Denys (#25)

…1 Recollections of operations as pilot with 616 Sqdn, No 12 Group, Fighter Command, RAF in GB, 9/1939-7/1940: qualities required by fighter pilots; impressions of first Supermarine Spitfires Mk Is; success against Junkers Ju 88s over Driffield; operations over Dunkirk, France, 5/1940-6/1940; squadron pilot who had psychological breakdown; threat of…

BROWN, Richard (#295)

…on the fine contribution of Maj Gen “Pete” Quesada and AM Broadhurst in further developing tactical air-ground warfare during the European campaign with microwave early warning radar (MEW) direction of ‘cab rank’ fighter bombers already airborne and close by, and placing pilots as forward air controllers inside tanks equipped with…

DAUNCEY, Michael DK (#110)

…1st Bn 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment from 1963 to 1966. He was commandant of the Jungle Warfare School from 1968 to 1969, commandant Support Weapons Wing, School of Infantry from 1969 to 1972 and then Defence & Military Attaché at the British Embassy, Madrid, from 1973 to 1975. Dauncey retired from…

CARTER, Reginald A (#227)

…STUART & GRANT TANKS came good, disproving ambivalence over tank use in jungle warfare, a much valued aspect in the ADVANCE back into BURMA. Reg joined the ROYAL ARMOURED CORPS in late 1940 at 18 with 6 weeks of CATTERICK & Gunnery in early BOVINGTON days as Guards mechanization began;…

CHESHIRE, Geoffrey Leonard (#31)

…cloud; reaction to explosion of bomb; justification for bomber offensive against Germany; attitude to use of nuclear weapons; attitude to warfare; question of deterrence; opinion of Japanese lack of knowledge of their role during Second World War; prior recollection of outcome of Bomber Command raid on Mailly-le-Camp, France, 3/5/1944-4/5/1944.  …

GUERITZ, Edward Finlay (#212)

…he signs for all COMBINED OPERATIONS & the Sth-& all DESTROYER FLOTILLAS; post-war he was active again (OBE Near East Operations for SUEZ 1956) and his last two naval appointments were as Admiral President of the ROYAL NAVAL College 1968-70, then finally as Commandant of the JOINT WARFARE Establishment 1970-72….

DALTON-MORGAN, Thomas F (#306)

…before attending the RAF Staff College, and becoming a senior instructor at the School of Land/Air Warfare. Later he commanded the Gutersloh Wing, flying Vampire jets, before taking command of RAF Wunsdorf. On leaving the service in 1952, Dalton-Morgan joined the UK/Australian Joint Project, at Woomera, where he managed the…

NEIL, Thomas F (#102)

…In January 1945 he joined the staff of the School of Land/Air Warfare, and spent six weeks in Burma. He flew some operations in the Hurricanes of the Indian Air Force. He attended the Empire Test Pilots’ School and spent three years at Boscombe Down as a test pilot followed…

LLOYD-OWEN, David (#273)

…where it was trained for a new role in mountain warfare. However, it was then unexpectedly posted to the Aegean. There it took part in the battle for Leros, where Lloyd Owen’s predecessor as CO, Jake Easonsmith, was killed. The MV LA PALMA in Bari harbour. She was one of…

MACLENNAN, Ian R (#128)

…vulnerable state, with the enemy chasing you right down to the airport” as if it was only yesterday. When flying, the whole body is concentrating, thinking and looking, he recalls. “It is not so much a question of fear when you are up in the air, engaging in warfare,” he…

WEST, Ferdinand (#28)

…Munster Fusiliers. Commissioned on 15th May 1915, he eventually arrived in France on 8th November, and within 48 hours was involved in front-line trench warfare. After 4 months of life in the trenches, he chanced to have his first flight, in an aeroplane of 3 Squadron RFC, and he resolved…

GREENFIELD, Edith (#283)

…death of this Somme Offensive and of Sir Hiram Maxim whose invention of the machine gun had so transformed the nature and scale of warfare. By late autumn more than one and a half million casualties were sustained by the forces of both sides, one of the largest losses in…

Royal Air Force and Commonwealth & Allied Airforces

…USAAC 92nd BOMBARDMENT GROUP, v. GERMAN Wurzburg-Riese, RADAR & JAMMING SPECIALIST; US ‘Mickey’ copy British H2S bombing radar. Representing SECRET ELECTRONIC COUNTERMEASURES WARFARE #208 AL WINSKILL Air Commodore Sir AL ‘Archie’ WINSKILL KCVO DFC* AE: 603 SQN,1st via PAT O’LEARY LINE to SPAIN/GIBRALTAR. led 232 Sqn to N.AFRICA, CFI CGS,…

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