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Anti-Aircraft Units (Training)

Volume 393: debated on Tuesday 9 November 1943

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asked the Secretary of State for War the amount of practice accorded to men working the anti-aircraft guns and to what branch of the Army they belong?

The training of anti-aircraft units is continuous and they are usually given firing practice several times a year. Most of the men belong to the Royal Artillery but some are Home Guards.