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Master I N7496 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Master I N7496

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash  10 Sep 40 Aircraft Name  Master I Serial Number  N7496
Unit  8 FTS Operating Airfield   Country  UK
Aircrew details
Source Henk Welting's Database

National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/3183Leading Aircraftman S S Savage: killed; aircraft accident, Little Brechin, mid-air collision between Master N7565 and Master N7496, 8 Flying Training School, 10 September 1940.C16472571
AIR81/3184Flying Officer J T M Parker: killed; Sergeant C S Doll: uninjured; aircraft accident, Brechin, mid-air collision between Master N7496 and Master N7565, 8 Flying Training School, 10 September 1940.C16472572

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Master I N7496

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Flying OfficerJohn Trevor Mauleverer PARKER (72485) Pilot Master I N7496  AIR81/3184 1940-09-108 SFTS United KingdomMontrose (Sleepyhillock) Cemet

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Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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400910 - Unaccounted airmen - 10-9-1940What caused the death of following airmen: AC2 Frederick GORDON - 1305202 - name not in Flight archives. F/O (Pilot) John T.M. PARKER - 72485 - killed on active service, buried Montrose (Sleepyhillock) Cem., Angus (UK8193), and LAC (Pilot u/t) Stewart S. SAVAGE - 903852 - killed on active service and buried same cemetery as F/O Parker. Proposed aircraft losses: Blenheim I - K7073 - 2 SAC - crashed on overshoot 2 miles S of Andover Master I - N7496 and N7565 - 8 FTS - collided over Brechin, Angus. Also known that the Luftwaffe bombed aerodromes West Malling, Cambridge and Tangmere. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 23rd March 2008 09:21:01
400910 - Unaccounted airmen - 10-9-1940Parker and Savage were killed in the collision between N7565 and N7496, below is the extract from the ORB. September 10th 1940, “Master aircraft N7565 piloted by FO J.T.M. Parker with 901699 Sgt Doll, C.S. collided over Brechin with Master aircraft N7496, piloted by 903852 LAC Savage, S.S. FO Parker and LAC Savage were killed. Sgt Doll made a successful parachute descent.” ....Read More.alclark on 23rd March 2008 11:39:44

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