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Hurricane I  P3161 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database] RAFCommands.com

 Hurricane I  P3161


Block 1/G, Gloster Aircraft Company., Nov 1939 - April 1940 More information in: Dr. Colin James Pratt-Hooson's Hurricane Site

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 19 Feb 43 Aircraft Name Hurricane I Serial Number P3161
Unit 56 OTU Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hurricane I P3161

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantRobert Charles COLLINS (R 132987) Pilot Hurricane I P3161  Forum Post 1943-02-1956 OTU United KingdomDundee (Balgay) Cemetery

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Info request on a few R.C.A.F. 56 O.T.U. and 59 O.T.U. casualtiesHi Simon, Collins: 56 OTU. Hurricane P3161 Hergott: 56 OTU. Hurricane V7468 Laporte: 56 OTU. Hurricane V7164 Leuty: 56 OTU. Hurricane V6938. Location given as "North end of Glen Prosen, Mr. Kirriemuir, Co. Angus while on duty on a training flight" Vail: 59 OTU. Hurricane V7156 Way: 59 OTU. Wolfe: 59 OTU. Regards, Dave ....Read More.alieneyes on 4th February 2017 03:11:54
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