4 edition of Boy Entrants and Young Servicemen (Command 4509) found in the catalog.
Boy Entrants and Young Servicemen (Command 4509)
by Stationery Office Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||72|
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The author takes us on the absorbing true story of his induction and passage through rigorous months of military training as a Royal Air Force Boy Entrant, which would mould and shape him and his fellow 15 and year old “brats” into valuable service members, whose destiny was to become the “backbone” of the s Royal Air Force as its future NCOs and officers.4/5(32).
The author does a very good job illustrating the life of a boy entrant, from the living conditi It would appeal to those who would like to know what it was like to be a boy entrant in the RAF, a program that ran for nearly 50 years, taking boys from across the UK, training and educating them, providing discipline and a sense of self worth, and preparing them for their /5.
Brian Carlin, Boy Entrant, ISBN ; Wheels Up!: A Former RAF Boy Entrant's Recollections of Life in the Boy's Service in the Early s, Bob Price, ISBN ; Boy Entrants and Young Servicemen: Report (Command ), Committee on Boy Entrants and Young Servicemen, Stationery Office Books, November ISBN “What a great book.
This book is a very practical tool to help form teenage boys into great men of God. If you are a man and you deal with teenage boys you NEED this book. I highly recommend it!” Fr. Larry Richards "Mentoring, or apprenticing is an essential, but forgotten form of learning "the do" of discipleship.
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A boy seaman (plural boy seamen) is a boy (male minor) who serves as seaman or is trained for such service. Royal Navy. In the British naval forces, where there was a need to recruit enough hands to man the vast fleet of the British Empire, extensive regulations existed concerning the selection and status of boys enlisted to keep filling the ranks.
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Joined as a 15 year old Boy Entrant in the RAF. 42 Years service and still working as a civilian for the Airforce. Boys service pulled me out of a deadbeat life and taught me that with loyalty and hard work you could achieve any goal.
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