|Place||Oceania: Australia, South Australia, Victor Harbor|
|Object type||Black & white - Print silver gelatin|
Frank Boase Studio
|Place made||Australia: South Australia, Victor Harbor|
|Date made||c May 1942|
Second World War, 1939-1945
Item copyright: Copyright expired - public domain
This item is in the Public Domain
Course photographs for No. 4 Service Flying Training School (4 SFTS)
Outdoor Group portrait of No. 4 Initial Training School, RAAF, Course No. 27, B Squadron, Flight 9. Identified in the back row from left to right: 417336 Aircraftman 2 (AC2) Ian Douglas Chalmers (later Warrant Officer WO)); 417327 AC2 George William Bateman (later Flight Sergeant (Flt Sgt) and died on flying operations over France on 25 June 1944); A C Cameron, probably 415923 AC2 Anthony Carlyle Cameron (later Flt Sgt and died on flying operations over France on 5 November 1944); 417334 AC2 Colin Alexander Byrne (later Flight Lieutenant (Flt Lt)); 417332 AC2 James Vincent Seaton Bowen (later Flt Lt); 410946 AC2 Gordon Roch Campbell (later Flying Officer (FO) and died in an accident in the United Kingdom on 4 December 1944); D Cameron, possibly 415934 AC2 Donald Cameron (later Flt Lt); 417328 AC2 Charles Nevil Ker Bell (later Flt Lt); 410949 AC2 Ronald Ross Carter (later Flt Lt and died in an accident in the Philippines on 11 October 1945); 417335 AC2 James John Campbell (later Flt Lt and died on flying operations over Germany on 21 February 1944); and 410934 AC2 Walter Joseph Adams (later Flt Sgt and died on flying operations over Germany on 31 March 1944).
Second row from left to right: 410936 AC2 Keith Fowler Allen (later Flt Sgt and died on flying operations over France on 12 March 1944); 410939 AC2 William Arthur Bennett (later Leading Aircraftman (LAC)); 410937 Alan Charles Alpass (later FO); 410945 AC2 Kenneth Roy Caldecott (later FO); 410948 AC2 Alexander Francis Cargill (later FO); 418020 AC2 John Robert Brown (later LAC); 417324 AC2 Allen James Agnew (later WO); 410950 AC2 Frederick Nicholson Chapman (later FO); 410938 AC2 Kenneth Melville Annett (later Flt Sgt); 410942 AC2 Sydney Harold Brasher (later FO); 410940 AC2 Hugh Melville Bissell (later FO); and 417333 AC2 John Raymond Burton (later Flt Sgt and died in an accident in the United Kingdom on 20 October 1943).
Front row from left to right: A Campbell (standing), possibly 415924 AC2 Arnold Campbell (later FO); 417330 AC2 Harold William Bird (later Pilot Officer (PO) and died on flying operations over the Netherlands on 17 June 1944) (sitting); 410941 AC2 Frederick Clifford Boyce (later FO and died in an accident in the Middle East on 24 December 1943); 417325 AC2 Ralph Douglas Anderson (later PO); 410947 AC2 Stanley Edward Carey (later PO and died in an accident off the coast of Victoria, Australia on 2 July 1943); 410951 Henri Hyam Ciddor (later FO); Sergeant B D Hoffman; 417326 Clifford Stanley Ball (later Flt Lt); 417331 AC2 Jack William Robinson Boanas (later Flt Sgt and died as a prisoner of war at Ambon (present day Indonesia) on 31 October 1943); 410952 AC2 Geoffrey Reginald Clarke (later FO); 410935 AC2 Jack Shaw Alexander (later Flt Sgt and died in an accident at Sale, Victoria on 17 November 1943); 417337 AC2 Arthur Raymond Christian (later FO and awarded DFC); and 417323 AC2 Douglas Whinnen Abbott (later WO) (standing).