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Memories of the Bureau of Meteorology


Memories of the Bureau of Meteorology 1929–1946 by Allan Cornish

History of Major Meteorological Installation in Australia from 1945 to 1981 by Reg Stout

Four Years in the RAAF Meteorological Service by Keith Swan
Enlistment in the RAAF, July 1941
Meteorological Observer Training, January-April 1942
Meteorological Observer, May-December 1942
Learning to Forecast, January-July 1943
Forecasting in Victoria, July-October 1943
Tropical Forecasting in New Guinea, October 1943-February 1945
Temperate East Coast Forecasting, February 1945-January 1946
Evaluating the Service

The Bureau of Meteorology in Papua New Guinea in the 1950s by Col Glendinning


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Members of No 7 Meteorological Officers' Course, Melbourne, 1943. Left to right, D. P. Orr, R. M. Simpson, P. Hallett, H. R. Storer, W. J. Millthorpe, J. R. Joyce, E. F. G. Dibley, D. H. Forder (Instructor), R. G. Handley, H. D. Hocking, H. J. Carpenter, A. McCann, H. McCann, K. J. Swan, A. T. Brunt, E. G. Cuthbertson.

  Meteorological Officers' Course, 1943

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