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Blenheim I L1546 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Blenheim I L1546

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash  09 Aug 39 Aircraft Name  Blenheim I Serial Number  L1546
Unit  39 Sqdn Operating Airfield   Country  India
Aircrew details Wg Cdr Burton ANKERS*
Cpl Samuel Gilbert*
Details control lost in storm, dived into ground near Kutumba, India; crew killed. [ ] . Other crew killed AC1 Arthur Reginald Harris. Bristol Representative C R Tapper baled out as well as AC2 Richard Walalce Bloss.

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Air Cdre CC DarleyRoyton, Hi, Don't know if you've gone through the Air Safety Network site?, but there are 4 'possibles' in India in 1939. 25 Feb 39 Audax K4855 28 Sqn 08 Jul 39 Audax K5566 28 Sqn 16 Jul 39 Audax K4860 28 Sqn (who seemed to make a bit of a habit of piling their Audaxes in!!) 09 Aug 39 Belheim I L1546 39 Sqn Forms 1180 from RAF Museum might give you a lead? Let us know what (if anything!) you find. HTH Peter Davies ....Read More.Resmoroh on 9th November 2008 08:54:09
39 Sqn ORB for 1939 - Missing ? Blenheim L1546 Loss Kutumba, India August 9, 1939All I have been onto the National Archives to try and find the 39 Sqn ORB for 1939 but it is missing. (or I can't find it) does anyone have it? I can find upto Dec 1938 and from Jan 1940 - but no 1939 I am trying to ID a "Mr R. C. R. Tapper" could be Yapper (1 reference) but most references have "Tapper" who baled out of a Bristol Blenheim serial L1546 that was lost at Kutumba, India August 9, 1939 - A/C.2 Richard Wallace Bloss also baled out but the rest of the crew were killed. Who were Wing Cdr. Burton Ankers DSO DCM, Cpl. Robert Samuel Gilbert and A/C.1 Arthur Reginald Harris Warner in Bristol Blenheim has 'all crew killed' but this was not the case Many Thanks ....Read More.paulmcmillan on 28th September 2012 04:46:48

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