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Audax I K5203 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Audax I K5203

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/4890Leading Aircraftman D F Fardon: killed; aircraft accident, Audax K5203, 9 Service Flying Training School, 17 January 1941.C16688988

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Audax I K5203

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Leading AircraftmanDavid Fowkes FARDON (1175880) U/T Pilot Audax I K5203  AIR81/4890 1941-01-179 SFTS United KingdomRowington (St. Lawrence) Churc

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410117 - Unaccounted airmen - 17-1-1941What caused the death of and/or what were the places of death registration for: LAC (Pilot u/t) David F. FARDON - 1175880 - killed on active service; F/O (Pilot/Instr.) James R. LAW - 44223 - died of wounds or injuries received on active service; AC2 Richard L. LAWRENCE - 1291948 - killed on active service; Sgt (Pilot) John LIDDELL - 968174 - killed on active service, probably flying a Spitfire); P/O (Pilot) Robert W. SLOAN - 89812 - not found Flight archives, probably posted at the CFS). Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Anson I - N9553 - 2 SAC - crashed on take-off Whiteways, White Lane, Guildford, Surrey. Audax I - K5203 - 9 FTS - crashed; no further details. Master I - N7430 - CFS - flew into ground near Netheravon (probably P/O Sloan ?). Spitfire IIA - P7552 - 603 Sqn - flew into ground Nigg Bay, Aberdeen (probably Sgt Liddell ?). Taylorcraft D - X7533 - D Flt - crashed in forced landing Alford, Lincolnshire. Tiger Moth II - T7047 - 10EFTS - flew into ground Bleadon Wharf, near Lympsham, Somerset (probably two injured). Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 26th July 2008 09:24:31

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