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Bulletin 195 – February 2004
Jim Crofts, who was stationed in Kenley as a Clerk in 1940, remembers one particular day during his service:
“However, on this day, not many minutes had elapsed before we realised we were being attacked by machine gun and cannon shell fire as three Domier aircraft, at low level, flew over the rooftops of our billets. There was a mad scramble to get underground and from then on, all hell let loose…”.