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Trevor Jones was born in Letterston, Pembrokeshire, on 26th September 1921. He joined the Royal Air Force early in WW2, becoming a tail-gunner on Lancasters, flying an operational tour with 170 Squadron, narrowly surviving the war. Post-war Trevor remained in the RAF and then moved to Air Traffic Control spending several years in Ghana. He then became a Director of a successful private hire ‘Taxi’ firm in Cardiff with whom he remained for the next thirteen years. For the final ten years of his working life Trevor worked in the security department within the National Museum of Wales, eventually retiring, and today continues to live in Cardiff. This collection features an audio recorded interview with Trevor which took place in January 2021, a written biography and accompany photos including extracts from his flying logbook.

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