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Calling the ETPS Allumni

Old 5th Dec 2010, 21:11
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Calling the ETPS Allumni

The ETPS Association is an informal group of former and current staff and students of the world's oldest Test Pilots' School. The Objects of the ETPS Association are to encourage, through social contact and intellectual exchange, the liaison between past and present members of the Empire Test Pilots' School and the Test Flying community at large, thereby maintaining the spirit of fellowship, goodwill and respect that characterises all those involved.

Please have a look at our website The Empire Test Pilots School Association

The Association meets socially at least twice every year and invites anyone who has been at the school - either military or civilian - to join.

If you have been at the School, or are a UK based TP / FTE and a graduate of one of the other TPS, and are interested in joining the Association please e-mail me, including your name and course number (and whether fixed or rotary).

We look forward to hearing from you.
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Old 25th Jan 2021, 15:32
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Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Warwick, Warwickshire
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Although I believe the Empire Test Pilots School Association may have been wound up, I wonder if any remaining alumni on this forum might be able to help. In 1964, one of the aircraft that was flown into Boscombe Down for the Association's reunion was AW Meteor NF.14 WS838. Others present on that day were Harvard T.2B KF183, Valetta C.1 WJ491 and Balliol T.21 WP333. If anyone has a photograph taken on this occasion, especially one of the Meteor, I would be most grateful if they would contact me.

More in hope than expectation!

John Berkeley
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Old 2nd Feb 2021, 16:45
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The AJJ Collection has an unscanned image of that Meteor, but most likely not at that event. PM me if interested.
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