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Married Quarters, Habbaniya

Oral Answers to Questions — Royal Air Force – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 31st July 1957.

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Photo of Colonel Sir Alan Gomme-Duncan Colonel Sir Alan Gomme-Duncan , Perth and East Perthshire 12:00 am, 31st July 1957

asked the Secretary of State for Air how many airmen's married quarters there are in Habbaniya, Iraq; how many married airmen are waiting for quarters; and when it is expected that those waiting will be accommodated.

Photo of Mr George Ward Mr George Ward , Worcester

There are fifty-four married quarters for airmen at Habbaniya. One hundred and five airmen are on the waiting list. The average waiting period is between nine and twelve months.