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410625 - Unaccounted airmen - 25-6-1941What were the places of death registration for: AC2 George W. BELL - 1074302; AC2 Alan W. CHAPMAN - 1288202, and P/O(P) George M. STOOKE - 67639. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Blenheim IV - Z5814 - 6 OTU - crashed on taje-off Thruxton. Blenheim IV - Z6251 - 54 OTU - crashed on approach Church Fenton. Botha I - L6268 - 8 AGS - crashed on take-off 2 miles SSE of Evanton. Hurricane I - L2080 - 9 FTS - crashed in forced landing Hook, near Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire. Magister I - L8084 - 15 EFTS - broke up in air 3 miles NE of Carlisle. Oxford I - L9691 - 11 FTS - crashed in forced landing Minden Drive, Leicester. Oxford I - V3939 - 6 FTS - crashed on takeoff Windrush. Oxford II - V3839 - 6 FTS - crashed on take-off Windrush. Tiger Moth II - T5376 - 3 EFTS - flew into ground Lea Village, near Malmesbury, Wiltshire. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 17th October 2008 08:05:50
410625 - Unaccounted airmen - 25-6-1941The 15 EFTS accident was according to the ORB none fatal. June 25th 1941, “Damage to Whitley a/c No.K8974 caused by pilot (Sgt A.G. Sadler) taxying into Magister a/c. Accident to Magister L8084 – Structural failure in air – Pilot No.783464 Cpl Habela who made a successful parachute descent.” Here is the ORB entry for Oxford L9691, for once a reasonable amount was written about the incident. June 25th 1941, “Evington, Leicester, F0823” “Forced landing, Oxford I L9691, the pupil, 1377443 LAC Webb, J.C. haze over Leicester, he decided to descend from 3000 ft to 1500 ft. On reaching that height, he endeavoured to open up but the engines misfired, and failed. Subsequent inspection of the engines showed no fault and the Technical Officer was of the opinion that the pupil glided with the throttles too far open and just in the position of change over from slow running to main jet. Consequently, the engines choked instead of responding when the pupil opened up, and he tried to make a belly landing in a small field. He misjudged it and ran through a hedge, and the aircraft was a total wreck. The pupil was not considered to blame, and all pilots were duly warned of the danger of making a prolonged glide with the throttles too wide open. The accident was reported by signal T58.” No.59 OTU also suffered a fatal accident on this day, June 25th 1941, “Sgt J.B. Spangler RCAF (American) killed in the course of a training flight.” ....Read More.alclark on 17th October 2008 04:19:16
AiB AVIA Class ReportsThis file is in better condition in the TNA. More files have photos and the extent of report is expanded from those previously in AVIA5/19 Far fewer mistakes in aircraft serial transcription AA759 Spitfire V 22/10/1941 W1129 AA801 Spitfire IV 29/10/1941 W1132 AB646 Oxford II 30/11/1941 W1149 AB693 Oxford II 20/09/1941 W1111 AH432 Havoc II 21/11/1941 W1143 AH582 Airacobra I ??/10/1941 W1125 AH847 Tomahawk Ia 20/10/1941 W1126 AH856 Tomahawk Ia 31/05/1941 W1031 AH888 Tomahawk Iia 30/04/1941 W1015 AH922 Tomahawk IIa 11/09/1941 W1105A AL562 Liberator II 23/11/1941 W1146 AM260 Liberator I 14/08/1941 W1089 AM261 Liberator I 10/08/1941 W1086a AM915 Liberator I 01/09/1941 W1100 AN522 Fortress I 22/06/1941 W1048 AN534 Fortress I 28/07/1941 W1072 AN536 Fortress I 09/01/1942 W1165 AP475 Oxford II 07/02/1942 W1177 AR671 Mohawk IV 30/01/1942 W1175 AW209 Beaufort I 29/07/1941 W1072a AW215 Beaufort I ??/06/1941 W1040 AW395 Havoc I 26/01/1942 W1171 AW850 Anson I 13/01/1942 W1169 BB912 Havoc I 22/04/1941 W1010 BD786 Hurricane Iib 30/08/1941 W1097 BJ494 Havoc I 29/09/1941 W1115 BL407 Spitfire V 24/12/1941 W1159 BL432 Spitfire V 14/02/1942 W1180 BL480 Spitfire V ??/01/1942 W1174 BL491 Spitfire V 08/03/1942 W1191 BL538 Spitfire V 09/03/1942 W1190 BL568 Spitfire V 10/01/1942 W1167 BT488 Hotspur II 19/12/1941 W1157 HM178 Argus I 15/03/1942 W1196 K5608 Shark II 24/02/1942 W1183 K6110 Tutor I 07/09/1941 W1103 L2887 Skua II 15/05/1941 W1023a L3152 Roc 30/07/1941 W1076a L3284 Henley I 03/06/1941 W1032 L4297 Wellington I 29/04/1941 W1013 L4575 Oxford I 05/05/1941 W1019 L4622 Oxford I 15/11/1941 W1139 L4636 Oxford I 25/10/1941 W1130 L4851 Blenheim IV 01/07/1941 W1055 L5964 Magister I 08/12/1941 W1152 L6195 Botha I 18/11/1941 W1140 L6396 Botha I 11/03/1942 W1194 L6449 Botha I 10/06/1941 W1038a L6750 Blenheim I 24/01/1942 W1173 L6845 Whirlwind P 11/06/1941 W1039 L7248 Lerwick I 21/10/1941 W1127 L7300 Manchester I 23/11/1941 W1144 L7310 Manchester I 21/06/1941 W1046 L7315 Manchester I 29/06/1941 W1053 L7318 Manchester I 15/09/1941 W1107 L7428 Manchester I 18/11/1941 W1141 L7863 Wellington Ic 06/01/1942 W1163 L8084 Magister I 25/06/1941 W1051 L8164 Magister I 11/12/1941 W1153 L9567 Halifax 14/09/1941 W1106a L9652 Oxford I 14/09/1941 W1005 L9935 Beaufort I 07/02/1942 W1178 N1474 Whitley V 17/06/1941 W1042 N3286 Spitfire I 15/08/1941 W1090 N3627 Blenheim IV 08/08/1941 W1086 N3935 Magister I 05/06/1941 W1034 N4563 Oxford I 04/05/1941 W1018 N5453 DH.82 Tiger Moth II 07/07/1941 W1058 N6019 Stirling I 08/05/1941 W1020 N6087 Stirling I 18/11/1941 W1142 N6431 Oxford II 30/01/1942 W1176 N6595 DH.82 Tiger Moth II 17/09/1941 W1108 N7574 Master I 25/09/1941 W1112b N7581 Master I 30/08/1941 W1098 N7704 Master I 07/06/1941 W1035 N7765 Master I 25/09/1941 W1113 N7927 Master I 14/05/1941 W1022 N7996 Master I 17/03/1942 W1199a N9318 DH.82 Tiger Moth II ??/06/1941 W1037 N9643 Anson I 22/04/1941 W1009 N9817 Anson I 15/05/1941 W1023 P1294 Hampden I 30/10/1941 W1133 P1368 Albemarle I 28/02/194 ....Read More.Ross_McNeill on 11th November 2011 11:47:59

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