HC Deb 09 December 1942 vol 385 cc1538-9
6. Mr. R. Morgan

asked the Minister of Aircraft Production whether having regard to the services rendered by the Air Transport Auxiliary Corps, he will consider recommending that it shall in the future be known as the Royal Air Transport Auxiliary Corps and that the pilots serving in it shall use the royal crown over the wings worn by them as in the case of pilots in the Royal Air Force?

The Minister of Aircraft Production (Sir Stafford Cripps)

I am fully conscious of the excellent work which the Air Transport Auxiliary is doing, and I am already engaged in reviewing the status of the organisation. Judging, however, by the customary standards which apply to cases of this sort, I do not consider that I should be justified in adopting the course suggested by my hon. Friend.

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