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Old 13th November 2017, 09:06
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Warwick crew positions

I'm trying to establish what "Wod/AG" in a Warwick Aircraft position is?

Anybody any ideas? possibly "Wop/AG"

Wireless Operator /Air Gunner? noting the aircraft already had a "WT/Operator"

The other position is "Str/AG"

The aircraft was configured for air sea rescue, which may support another Wireless Operator to communicate with ships.
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