Just a quick introduction from myself and a thanks for your website.
I am currently researching my Great Uncle, Charles Francis Toogood, and whilst I am slowly building up a good picture of him during WW1 and WW2 I have been having difficulty in the inter-war period.
Unfortunately the transcript I have of his service record from the RAF is of a poor quality and not very useful. However with the aid of your site and a few other sources my research has been 'kick-started' again and like yourself I'm embarking on studying the role of the RAF AAC in the 1920s and early 30s to get a better picture of my Great Uncles exploits.
Many thanks for posting up your research on your web-site.
My reasons for creating this website were to recognise the forgotten personnel who served in one of the outposts of the Empire between the wars, and to help those who maybe researching their ancesters who may have served in Iraq. To receive a thanks is a very nice surprise and has given me a much needed nudge to get back to updating the site more regularly. I also received a more detailed summary of C F Toogood's service history, which I have posted on this page.