§ 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.