Common Abbreviations on WW2 RAF Records (H I J K)

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Listed in alphabetical order are the common abbreviations used on all British RAF Records

H
HAD – Home Aircraft Depot
HC – Home Command
HCB – Heavy Conversion Base
HCU – Heavy Conversion Unit
HD – Home Defence
HE – Home Embarkation
HGSU – Heavy Glider Servicing Unit
HGTU – Heavy Glider Training Unit
HSL – High Speed Launch

I
IAF – Indian Air Force
IANS – Initial Air Navigation School
IAM – Institute of Aviation Medicine
ITS – Initial Training School
ITW – Initial Training Wing

J
JAG – Judge Advocate General
JAPIC – Join Air Photographic Intelligence Centre
JARIC – Joint Air Reconnaissance Intelligence Centre
JATE – Joint Air Transport Establishment
JSSC – Joint Services Stagg College

K
KF – King’s Flight

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