British War Medal       F.41056 G.J. BARNETT. A.M.2. R.N.A.S.
Defence Medal           
1939-45 War Medal   Un-named MID

Copy records. George John Barnett born in London 1899 and was a motor mechanic when he enlisted Royal Naval Air Service November 1917. Posted to East Fortune (airship station and Torpedo Aeroplane School) April 1918. To Reserve Dec. 1919 and discharged April 1920. The British War Medal was his only entitlement for the Great War. Enlisted in Class E Reserve. RAF in April 1939. August 1939 posted to 78 Squadron at Dishforth (Fitter, Aero Engine). June 1940 attached to Rolls Royce and in 1941 was at Rotal Airscrews Gloucester. 1943 to 1662 Conversion Unit at Blyton then attached to De Havilland, followed by time with Zenith Carburetters. May 1954 to 31 Base, Stradishall. July 1945 to Wratting Common (195 Squadron). March 1946 released from the service. He was mentioned in despatched three times: London Gazette 24 Sept. 1941 (Temp/Sgt), 12 June 1943 (A/F/Sgt) and 14 Jan. 1944 (T/F/Sgt).
Grouop of Three: 295  (GP)

RAF Long Service Good Conduct Medal (QEII)  549461 G.J. ALLNUTT. R.A.F.     80
Number block for civilian enlistment before March 1938. LSGC awarded 1961. Would have been entitled to WWII medals.

RAF Long Service Good Conduct Medal (QEII)  567775 H.E. PLUCKNETT. R.A.F.  75
Number block for Halton Apprentice No. 31 entry (1935). LSGC awarded 1953.
Henry E. Pluncknett was born in London in 1918 and died in Ystradgynlais, Powys in 1979. He would have been entitled to WW2 medals.