HC Deb 25 February 1942 vol 378 c219W
Wing-Commander Hulbert

asked the Secretary of State for Air whether he will consider introducing proficiency pay for Royal Air Force anti-gas instructors, in order that greater attention and enthusiasm may be devoted to this aspect of training?

Sir A. Sinclair

No, Sir. The responsibilities of instructors in the R.A.F. are, in general, recognised by the grant of appropriate rank and not by the issue of additional pay. I am advised that the standard of anti-gas training is satisfactory.