Wednesday, 18 February 2009 01:14 | geelong
Regards from CPL Paul Reid of FTGully Sqd 1980-1988
Friday, 13 February 2009 21:44 | Bendigo
Tuesday, 03 February 2009 01:30 | geelong
I have only just found this site and I think it is a great way to stay in contact with those you spent a large amount of your youth with.I was a member of the FTGully Squadron from 1980-87 and they were the heydays of the AAL. To all current,members that have since left and those who have past on, keep the spirit alive within and make it prosper.If my sister Darlene is reading this Happy Birthday for yesterday.
Thursday, 22 January 2009 22:39 | Canberra
Was a member from 1970 - to the early 80s. V15145. Originally member Hadfield Boys Squadron with Ian Rickards as OC. Became OC Hadfield and Melton and held a number of wing, area and group positions. Glad to see the League is still going strong. Some great memories!
Monday, 08 December 2008 17:41 | balmain
like to thanks the officers and cadets at five dock squardron for welcoming me in and straight away teaching me things about airleague
Thursday, 11 September 2008 09:51 | Cranbourne Vic
Ex Ferntree Gully Boys\' Sqn OC. Member Vic Gp 1980-2001.
Thursday, 10 July 2008 01:56
Good to see AAL going strong.. Waverley boys, \'70s.. loved the camps.. hi Andrew J.. someone say hello to Dad for me (lol)..
Saturday, 07 June 2008 10:33 | Qld
Firstly, I would like to say thank you to the AAL, the NSWBG, Macarthur Wing, and ultimately Mt Pritchard Sqn for the fond memories during my early teen years as a member there throughout the early 1990\'s.
This is my first contact with the AAL many years later since I joined the RAAF.
The AAL helped me become what I am today!
I haven\'t forgotten you guys!
Thursday, 03 April 2008 16:25 | British Columbia Canada
Recently we learned that the pilot of Lancaster JA-718 which crashed in Northern Germany on Jan 29,1944 was N.J. Clifford.Service number.1444582..POW number 980 and a second crew also survived S. Jarvis.service # 1285484 and POW#1066. This all we know of these two flyers and would like to find them if possible. In the Memorial for my wife Peggy\'s brother Stanley Melville Liddle, who died in the crash listed Stan as the only Canadain and the rest as non-canadian. Any help would be appreciated
Thursday, 10 January 2008 17:47 | Greensborough Vic
I joined the AAL on 5/2/71, Waverley Boys Sqn then to Ringwood Boys and later to wing & HQ, I could say the AAL certainly gave me great enjoyment and fantastic freinds, good to see the organization is still operational, best wishes to any old friends who may still be involved.