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This is a database of AIR81 Records. Courtesy of Paul McMillan. The data is being cross linked to the CWGC DB.. Work in Progress.

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AIR81/8013Sergeant E Young, Corporal P G Mansell: killed; aircraft accident, Tiger Moth N5465, 9 Elementary Flying Training School, 2 August 1941.C16757310
AIR81/8014Pilot Officer A Banachowicz (Polish): died of injuries; Corporal J W H Fogden: killed; aircraft accident, Proctor P6310, 1 Signals School, 2 August 1941.C16757311
AIR81/8015Pilot Officer J Keprt (Czech): injured; Sergeant Harper: uninjured; aircraft accident at RAF Cranage, Defiant T3924, 96 Squadron, 2 August 1941. With photographs.C16757312
AIR81/8016Pilot Officer R F Minnick (RCAF): killed; Sergeant J W Walton: uninjured; mid air collision near Dunblane, Scotland, between Spitfire X4777 and Spitfire R7026, 58 Operational Training Unit, 2 August 1941.C16757313
AIR81/8017Wing Commander A H Dalton, Captain A E S Reid: killed; aircraft accident near Limavady, County Londonderry, Hornet Moth G-AFDW, 24 Squadron, 31 July 1941.C16757314
AIR81/8018Pilot Officer W T O'Regen: injured; aircraft accident, Hurricane V7064, 56 Operational Training Unit, 2 August 1941.C16757315
AIR81/8019Aircraftman Ulph: injured; Sergeant Ilett, Sergeant Oakwell, Sergeant Pettman, Sergeant Little: uninjured; aircraft accident, Anson N9645, 3 Coastal Operational Training Unit, 2 August 1941.C16757316
AIR81/8020Pilot Officer A S Ramsey: died of injuries; Flight Lieutenant A B Broadley, Sergeant V R Marsh: prisoners of war; aircraft hit by enemy anti aircraft fire over Lampedusa Harbour, Blenheim Z9605, 105 Squadron, 1 August 1941.C16757317
AIR81/8021Flight Lieutenant A P Culverwell, Warrant Officer H C Friend, Warrant Officer R Tanfield: prisoners of war; Sergeant A G Dulwich: missing believed killed; aircraft crashed at sea near Ostend, Belgium, Beaufort X8919, 22 Squadron, 2 August 1941.C16757318
AIR81/8022Leading Aircraftman L G Washington: killed; aircraft accident, Oxford V3244, 2 Service Flying Training School, 3 August 1941.C16757319
AIR81/8023Leading Aircraftman G E Baker: killed; aircraft accident near Saskatoon, Canada, aircraft details not recorded, 4 Service Flying Training School, 16 July 1941.C16757320
AIR81/8024Flight Lieutenant E Brand, Flying Officer R E Packington, Sergeant W Yates, Sergeant W White (RAAF): prisoners of war; Pilot Officer E E Dennis, Pilot Officer R M East, Sergeant R Horsburgh, Sergeant G Starkey, Sergeant J Mell, Sergeant G E Gould, Sergeant E Shoosmith, Leading Aircraftman G E Cooper: killed; aircraft shot down and crashed at sea off the coast of Tobruk, Libya, Sunderland LZ2166, 230 Squadron, 1 August 1941. With map.C16757321
AIR81/8025Flight Lieutenant T R Kipp (RCAF), Pilot Officer R F Terry (RAAF), Sergeant R S Skan, Sergeant J W Murfin, Sergeant G A Pruette, Sergeant W Menzies (RCAF): prisoners of war; aircraft crashed at sea of the coast of Holland, Wellington W5483, 405 Squadron, 3 August 1941.C16757322
AIR81/8026Sergeant W Walker, Sergeant T C Quinlan: killed; Sergeant W R Davey, Sergeant W Watson, Sergeant L Hill, Sergeant G A Smith: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from operational flight over Hamburg, Germany, Wellington R1800, 101 Squadron, 3 August 1941. With photograph.C16757323
AIR81/8027Sergeant M A Young, Sergeant L R Burrows, Sergeant J H Alder, Sergeant E R Amos: killed; Flying Officer C I Rolfe, Sergeant C A Tout, Sergeant D S Merrells: prisoners of war; aircraft shot down and crashed at Werder near Berlin, Germany, Stirling N3663, 7 Squadron, 3 August 1941.C16757324
AIR81/8028Flying Officer H T Gilbert, Pilot Officer W H Crane (RAAF), Pilot Officer G L Cohen (RAAF), Flight Sergeant H Soar, Sergeant E J Matthews, Sergeant W Harrison: killed; aircraft accident, Wellington N3199, 25 Operational Training Unit, 3 August 1941. With map.C16757325
AIR81/8029Leading Aircraftman B E Fellowes: killed; aircraft accident near Belleville, Canada, Battle R7474, 31 Service Flying Training School, 14 July 1941. With photographs.C16757326
AIR81/8030Flight Lieutenant E S Lock: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from operational flight over northern France, Spitfire W3257, 611 Squadron, 3 August 1941. With photograph.C16757327
AIR81/8031Flying Officer K J Masters, Sergeant R M Ramsden, Sergeant L R Hutson, Flight Sergeant G E Bolam: killed; aircraft shot down and crashed, Agger, Denmark; Beaufort W6477, 42 Squadron, 3 August 1941. With photograph.C16757328
AIR81/8032Pilot Officer D M Batley, Pilot officer H D Abrams (RCAF): killed; Sergeant N C J Coles: injured; aircraft accident, Beaufort L4478, 3 Coastal Operational Training Unit, 3 October 1941.C16757329
AIR81/8033Sergeant R G Kitney, Sergeant J K Tett (RCAF), Pilot Officer H L Lindo (RCAF), Sergeant A Dean, Sergeant T P Hosking, Sergeant E A Lowther (RCAF): missing now safe; aircraft crashed at sea on operational flight, Wellington X3204, 103 Squadron, 3 August 1941. With photographs.C16757330
AIR81/8034Sergeant F J Monk: injured; Pilot Officer D J Renoize, Aircraftman Bell: uninjured; aircraft accident, Wellington Z8714, 25 Operational Training Unit, 3 August 1941.C16757331
AIR81/8035Sergeant F N Cave; killed; aircraft accident, Oxford V3986, 54 Operational Training Unit, 4 August 1941. With photograph.C16757332
AIR81/8036Pilot Officer R H McGlashan, Sergeant A E Simpkin, Flying Officer P B Verver: killed; Sergeant H White, Sergeant D Hodge, Sergeant E J Stevenson: missing believed killed; aircraft crashed off the coast of the Isle of Sylt, Germany; Wellington W5580, 104 Squadron, 3 August 1941. With photograph.C16757333
AIR81/8037Sergeant A W J Harley, Leading Aircraftman P R West: injured; aircraft accident, Tiger Moth N6525, 11 Elementary Flying Training School, 3 August 1941.C16757334
AIR81/8038Leading Aircraftman T W Gurnel: killed; aircraft accident, Oxford N4568, 11 Service Flying Training School, 3 August 1941.C16757335
AIR81/8039Sergeant W Fleming (RNZAF), Sergeant I M Cheyne (RNZAF): killed; mid air collision near Great Sampford between Hurricane R4101 and Hurricane W9149, 52 Operational Training Unit, 3 August 1941.C16757336
AIR81/8040Sergeant R G Smith (RCAF): killed; aircraft accident at Silk, Willoughby, Spitfire H4176, 412 Squadron, 2 August 1941. With photograph.C16757337
AIR81/8041Aircraftman A C H Warton: injured; airscrew accident at 17 Elementary Flying Training School, RAF Peterborough, 6 August 1941.C16757338
AIR81/8042Sergeant A H Geils, Sergeant J G O'Callaghan, Sergeant A W Allardice, Sergeant R E Jones, Sergeant G Prout: missing believed killed; Sergeant L D Curtis: injured; aircraft failed to return from flight between Gibraltar and Malta, Wellington Z8773, Overseas Aircraft Delivery Unit, 2 August 1941.C16757339
AIR81/8043Corporal F Barker: injured; airscrew accident at RAF West Hampnett, Spitfire P8369, 616 Squadron, 12 July 1941.C16757340
AIR81/8044Aircraftman J A Perrott; injured; explosion at RAF Pershore armoury, 29 July 1941.C16757341
AIR81/8045Sergeant W Locke, Sergeant E K Hindle: injured; Sergeant J A Johnstone: uninjured; enemy action whilst on operational patrol, Blenheim V6378, 114 Squadron, 2 August 1941.C16757342
AIR81/8046Leading Aircraftman B Christison: injured; aircraft accident, Master T8850, 5 Service Flying Training School, 4 August 1941.C16757343
AIR81/8047Aircraftman A E Hutchinson: killed; airscrew accident at RAF Newton, Oxford T1099, 16 Service Flying Training School, 4 August 1941.C16757344
AIR81/8048Multiple casualties: Southern Rhodesian personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757345
AIR81/8049Aircraftman A Bullock, Leading Aircraftman J E Oram, Aircraftman N Spurrier, Aircraftman S Swatton: missing believed killed; 95 Squadron personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757346
AIR81/8050Aircraftman F J Boswell, Aircraftman D Faram, Corporal A Freeborn, Aircraftman G W Michaelson: missing believed killed; 244 Air Ministry Experimental Station personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757347
AIR81/8051Aircraftman E R Jack, Aircraftman D C Theobald: missing believed killed; 265 Air Ministry Experimental Station personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757348
AIR81/8052Aircraftman R D Rogers, Aircraftman I G Thomas: missing believed killed; 513 Air Ministry Experimental Station personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757349
AIR81/8053Multiple casualties: 200 Squadron personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757350
AIR81/8054Multiple casualties: Freetown, West Africa, missing list of personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757351
AIR81/8055Multiple casualties: RAF personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757352
AIR81/8056Multiple casualties: Freetown, West Africa, missing list of personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757353
AIR81/8057Multiple casualties: Freetown, West Africa, survivors list of personnel onboard HMT Anselm, part of Convoy WS9B, sunk en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757354
AIR81/8058Multiple casualties: Freetown, West Africa, missing list of personnel onboard HMT Anselm, as part of Convoy WS9B, sunk by enemy action en route to Takoradi, Gold Coast, 5 July 1941.C16757355
AIR81/8059Pilot Officer G R Timewell: killed; aircraft accident at Newborough, Anglesey, Hurricane Z2404, 615 Squadron, 4 August 1941.C16757356
AIR81/8060Pilot Officer M C Blanchard (RCAF): injured; aircraft accident, Hurricane V7126, 56 Operational Training Unit, 4 August 1941.C16757357
AIR81/8061Pilot Officer G J L Crabb, Pilot Officer J A Maxwell (RCAF): killed; Pilot Officer T G Cottier (RCAF), Pilot Officer G F Jacobsen (RCAF), Sergeant T P Hoult, Sergeant G M Siddall: uninjured; aircraft crashed at Salhouse on take off for operational flight, Wellington X9747, 218 Squadron, 3 August 1941.C16757358
AIR81/8062Sergeant L Cornish (RCAF), Sergeant G Relph, Sergeant J Robson: injured; aircraft accident, Blenheim V6384, 21 Squadron, 3 August 1941.C16757359

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