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 Hudson VI  FK468


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 15 May 43 Aircraft Name Hudson VI Serial Number FK468
Unit 31 OTU RCAF Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hudson VI FK468

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantHenry Hamilton CARTER (R/160385) Hudson VI FK468  Ext Link 1943-05-1531 OTU CanadaOttawa Memorial
SergeantEric Rowland DIXEY (1339314) Hudson VI FK468  Ext Link 1943-05-1531 OTU CanadaOttawa Memorial
SergeantReginald Carl HORSLEY (R/165007) Hudson VI FK468  Ext Link 1943-05-1531 OTU CanadaOttawa Memorial
SergeantWilliam Lloyd McDOWELL (R/153587) Hudson VI FK468  Ext Link 1943-05-1531 OTU CanadaOttawa Memorial


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Dixey, Eric Rowland - Sgt - 1339314 - Died 15/5/43 - Ottawa MemorialG'day Taff Dixey went missing while on a navigation exercise in Hudson s/n FK468 from No. 31 O.T.U., R.A.F. Station, Debert, Nova Scotia on the 15th of May, 1943. I will post full details tonight when I get home. Cheers...Chris ....Read More.Dakota on 14th May 2013 12:32:49
Dixey, Eric Rowland - Sgt - 1339314 - Died 15/5/43 - Ottawa MemorialHi Steve, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~nbpennfi/penn8b1RollOfHonour_No31OTU_TrainingCasualties.htm Hudson FK468 failed to return from a navigation exercise. Sgt Dixey was the pilot. Three others, Horsley, Carter and McDowell all RCAF. Regards, Dave ....Read More.alieneyes on 14th May 2013 12:33:52
Dixey, Eric Rowland - Sgt - 1339314 - Died 15/5/43 - Ottawa MemorialG'day Taff Pilot 1339314 E. R. Sergeant Dixey, R.A.F. Navigator R153587 Sergeant W. I. McDowell W.A.G. - R160385 Sergeant H. H. Carter W.A.G. - R165007 Sergeant R. C. Horsely The crew of Hudson Mk. IV, s/n FK468 was on a night navigation exercise. The last message was received at 22:45 hours on the second turning point. No. further contact received. Both of the turning points were at sea. The aircraft had been instructed to send a position at each point.. Cheers...Chris ....Read More.Dakota on 14th May 2013 01:04:06


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