Operational Conversion

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No. 6 Squadron RAAF - History - Operational Conversion Unit
... were replaced with Canberra jet bombers in early 1955, and the unit became operational with these aircraft on 11 July ... remaining aircrew were posted to the Lincoln Conversion Flight, which continued to support No ... The squadron's main role remained that of an operational conversion unit, though it had a secondary strike role ...
No. 79 Squadron RAAF - Current Status
... before being posted to one of the RAAF's operational conversion units ... pilots who did not successfully complete operational conversion training, and also by new pilots who have completed training with No. 79 Squadron until a place becomes available in an operational conversion course ...
Graf Ignatievo Air Base - The Jet Age
... of pilots, headed by squadron leader Captain Razsolkov underwent an operational conversion course on the MiG-19 ... In 1963 pilots of the 3/19th FAR underwent an operational conversion course on the MiG-21F-13 at the Soviet Air Force Operational Conversion Center in Krasnodar, and ...
Wendover Air Force Base - World War II - Heavy Bombardment Group Training
... B-17 Eighth Air Force April–August 1942 302d Bomb Group B-24 Operational Conversion Unit July–September 1942 308th Bomb Group B-24 Fourteenth Air ...

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    The conversion of a savage to Christianity is the conversion of Christianity to savagery.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)