TONY FREEMAN joined a RAuxAF Fighter Control Unit in 1958 and served as an Air Defence Operator until that unit disbanded in 1961. After a break to pursue business and family interests, here-joined the auxiliaries in 1983. Having attained the rank of squadron leader, Tony retired from the Service in 2000. Tony has published many articles on reservist matters in Service publications such as Air Clues and the RAF Yearbook. Since his retirement, Tony has been the instigator for a seminar by the RAF Historical Society on the Reserve and Auxiliary Forces at the RAF Museum, Hendon in 2002 and he was involved with the design, funding, building and dedication of the RAuxAF National Memorial at Alrewas in 2004. Tony lives in Dumfriesshire, Scotland, with his wife Jackie.
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