Sir Kingsley Wood appeals for 31,000 new recruits to the RAF.
Titles read: "ROYAL AIR FORCE RECRUITS WANTED".
Location of events unknown - probably London.
Sir Kingsley Wood, the new Air Minister, sits at a desk and makes a speech encouraging men to join the RAF. He says during this year they need 31,000 men as pilots, air observers, airmen, skilled craftsmen and unskilled men willing to learn a trade within the RAF (presumably as mechanics). Brief shots of pilots and factory workers. He invites men to make their applications immediately.
Cataloguer's note: the RAF received 1,000 enquiries on the first day of this new recruitment campaign.