Like many other ex RAF White Waltham types, I look back at my time there as one the happiest periods of my life. It was such a good posting that many ex members (male and female) keep in touch and attend an annual reunion. It was a privilege to be stationed there.
To add to your database, I can provide a bit more information:
Following its earlier history as the home of the ATA and HQ Home Command, WW became the Headquarters of No 25 Group RAF Flying Training Command (my place of work 1964 - 1967), and the Headquarters of the Air Training Corps. Both organisations were based in a large country house (since demolished) in the south west corner of the airfield and both were commanded by Air Officers - Air Vice Marshal and Air Commodore respectively.
RAF flying units during this period consisted of the Flying Training Command Comms Flight, using Pembroke and Anson aircraft, and the University of London Air Squadron and No 6 Air Experience Flight, both with Chipmunk trainers.
On the civilian side, Fairey Aviation were based on the north side of the airfield with Fairey Air Surveys also resident with their DC3 aircraft. As they continue to do, The West London Aero Club occupied a large area at the east end of the field.
Group Captain J B (Willie) 'Tirpitz' Tait was an Air Cadets staff officer and Group Captain Douglas Bader flew a White Waltham based Shell Aviation aircraft from the airfield.
The two Headquarters moved away in 1968 and the ULAS and AEF left in the early 1970's. Such a shame!
It certainly was a good place to be. Hope this fills a few gaps.