1927 - Graduates from flight school (Rank: Lieutenant).
September 21, 1931 - completes the combat flying course.
May 25, 1930 - participates in the Aviation Festival at Riga/Spilve.
1933 - on the roster of the 1st Fighter Squadron, flying Bristol Bulldogs. Rank: 1st Lieutenant In 1939, he was the
second in command of this squadron.
May 15, 1934 - with the overthrow of the Latvian parliament, Bambers is later singled out for his role in establishing stability
within the Aviation Regiment during the transition.
February 18, 1937 - takes on the responsibilities of Secretary of the Latvian Aero Club..
July 25, 1937 - participates in the Aviation Festival at Rujiena.
August 4, 1937 - in his role as Secretary of the LAK, he accepts the glider "Lenta" as a gift from the 21st Glider Club.
September 3, 1937 - participates in the LAK convention, held in Jelgava.
September 26, 1937 - in his role as Secretary of the LAK, he accepts the glider "Dzelzcelnieks" as a gift from the 44th Glider Club.
He also addresses the participants in the LAK-sponsored model aircraft competition held at Spilve.
September 1937 - participates, in a non-flying role, in the 2nd "Flight Around Latvia" contest.
November 18, 1937 - participates in the annual LAK awards ceremony, including the awarding of the Clifford Harmon trophy to A.Dzenitis.
August 21, 1938 - participates in the Aviation Festival at Riga/Spilve.
October, 1938 - still with the 1st Fighter Squadron, Bambers converts to the new Gloster Gladiators.
August 17, 1940 (Soviet Occupation) - the last pre-war Aviation Festival in Latvia, held at Spilve. The Soviets described it as a
combined aviation festival, but the latvian involvement was very limited. Bambers flew one of the three Latvian Gloster Gladiators
which appeared in the show.