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The Airmen's Stories - F/Lt. P A M Stickney


Philip Ambrose Meynell Stickney was born on 19th February 1913 and joined the RAF on a short service commission in April 1935.

Stickney was posted to 6 FTS Netheravon on 7th May and after completing his training went to 9 Squadron at Scampton on 17th February 1936.

He moved to the staff of No. 1 Armament Training Camp at Catfoss on 22nd June 1937.

In December 1939 Stickney was serving with 214 Squadron at Methwold, flying Wellingtons. He joined 235 Squadron at Bircham Newton on 28th July 1940 and was still with the squadron on 19th November 1940.

His subsequent service is currently undocumented until he was released from the RAF in 1947 as a Flight Lieutenant.

Stickney emigrated to Australia in 1950 and died on 17th November 1972 in Tasmania.



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