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Tiger Moth BB680
Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry
|Date of Crash || 10 Sep 41 ||Aircraft Name || Tiger Moth II ||Serial Number || BB680 |
|Unit || 11 EFTS ||Operating Airfield || ||Country || UK|
|Aircrew details || |
|Source|| Henk Welting's Database|
National Archives AIR81
|Citation ||AIR81 Casualty File Description ||Link |
|AIR81/8953||Leading Aircraftsman A Duthie, Leading Aircraftsman L C Brown: killed; mid air collision over Coupar Angus between Tiger Moth BB680 and Tiger Moth T7339, 11 Elementary Flying Training School, 10 September 1941.||C16924795|
Casualities in the CWGC Register for Tiger Moth II BB680
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|410910 - Unaccounted airmen - 10-9-1941||What were the places of death registration for:
LAC (Pilot) (u/t ?) Lionel C. BROWN - 1373717 (from S.Africa);
LAC (Pilot u/t) Alan DUTHIE - 1089016;
Cpl Norman S. ELLIS - 973014;
AC2 Patrick A. PACITTO - 1433158, and
LAC (Pilot u/t) John V.W. SHAND-KYDO - 1384380.
Proposed aircraft losses for this day:
Beaufort I - L9806 - 2 FPP - crashed in forced landing West Ham, Wedmore, Somerset.
Dragonfly - X9390 - 7 FPP - crashed on take-off Cosford Waterworks, Shropshire.
Hurricane I - L1822 - 9 FTS - abandoned Dursley, Gloucestershire.
Master I - T8639 - 9 FTS - dived into ground Vasey Field, Horton, near Ivinghoe, Buckinghamshire.
Oxford II - P1087 - 18 PFTS - crashed on landing, Newton.
Oxford II - R6393 - 14 FTS - overshot landing at Wanborough LG.
Percival Q6 - X9454 - crashed in forced landing near Castletown, Caithness.
Spitfire I - P9462 - 53 OTU - crashed in forced landing ½ mile N of Stogursey, Somerset.
Spitfire I - R6639 - 53 OTU - crashed in forced landing Lulworth, Dorset.
Tiger Moth II - R5077 - MSFU - spun into ground Haddon Lane, Burton Wirrall, Cheshire.
Tiger Moth II - T7339 - 11 EFTS - collided with Tiger Moth BB680 Couper Angus, Perthshire.
Tiger Moth II - BB680 - 11 EFTS - collided with Tiger Moth T7339 Couper Angus, Perthshire.
Oxford II - AS872 - 51 OTU - overshot landing at night Cranfield.
Regards and thanks for your help.
Henk. ....Read More.||Henk Welting on 12th December 2008 06:58:32|
|Sgt/Pilot J SMITH RAAF||Hello All,
One Sgt/Pilot J SMITH (S/No. unit, unknown), is known to have baled out of an unidentified aircraft on 11-9-1941. The location given in my ref, is: Cupar, Tay River, Scotland. Could this be: Coupar Angus, Perthshire?
I am left wondering if there is any connection with the mid-air collision between No.11 EFTS Tiger Moths, T7339 and BB680, on 10-9-1941, over Coupar Angus, Perthshire.
Grateful for any help.
Col. ....Read More.||COL BRUGGY on 18th March 2010 08:54:59|