SamCurt Posted 21 February , 2018 Share Posted 21 February , 2018 While going through the Inventory (personal effects) listed in Proceedings of a Committee of Adjustment (Army Form A.2), following the death in flight training of Horace Gregory CLEAVER on 17 March 1918 (possibly FE2b, A5615), I note that in addition to the usual clothing & effects recorded as being taken from his body (cigarette case, Sam Browne, cap, pyjamas, etc.), it also records a spanner. Was it usual for pilots to carry a spanner when going flying? If so, what was it used for? Sam Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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