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Hurricane  R4086 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database] RAFCommands.com

 Hurricane  R4086



Block 2/G, Gloster Aircraft Co, RR Merlin III , May-July 1940 More information in: Dr. Colin James Pratt-Hooson's Hurricane Site

National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/3828Sergeant G Stevens: injured; enemy action, Hurricane R4086, 213 Squadron, 17 October 1940.C16687926

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hurricane R4086

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantKenneth Frank PETERS (R/95372) Pilot Hurricane R4086  Forum Post 1941-12-2059 OTU United KingdomCarlisle (Dalston Road) Cemete

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RAF Milfield 1941 aircraft identityAcia man, In my files I have: HINES (svcnr J/8417) on Hurricane V7385. PETERS on Hurricane R4086 SHONK on Master T8741 TAGSETH on Hurricane V4112 FASSINO on Hurricane V7236 MEISNER on Hurricane V6735 POW on Hurricane P3809. GRIFFIN not in my files as a casualty. Hurricane Mk.I P5190 ran short of fuel while lost and bellylanded, Castlemilktown, Ulster, July 1941. Aircraft could be repaired and converted to Mk.II, new serial DG623. (Info from Air Britain). Regards, Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 23rd May 2009 09:26:00
RAF Milfield 1941 aircraft identityI'm not sure who in this list says he has a file(?) with information about HINES (Roy Reginald - Pilot Officer - RCAF). I would like to obtain a copy (electronic or paper [via snail mail]) of the contents of the file that relate to HINES, or his Hurricane MkI V7385, or his flight plan / operation on 19 Jan 1942 (crash date and his death date). Particlarly the name/ location of the hospital to which he was transported and died the same day. Anyone able to help? Are there still WWII "original" RAF/RCAF files in England related to 55 OTU or 59 OTU. NOTE: HINES is listed on the RAF Milfield Memorial as having died 19 Jan 1941 (an error -- shd be 1942) along with other deaths in 1941-42. RAF Milfield was only constructed in 1940-41 and 59 OTU was first Fighter Training group to be stationed at RAF Milfield in Aug 1942, relocated from Cumbria (RAF Crosby on Eden). HINES and the other pre-Aug 1942 deaths memorialized at RAF Milfield may have been involved in testing of the new airfield / base prior to it being placed in active service by 59 OTU in Aug 1942. I would like to learn more about the man and his flight training prior to 19 Jan 1942. All offers, suggestions and ideas on other resources to research would be most gratefully welcomed. Thank you.// Gord Hines (in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) [ ghines at sasktel dot net ] (my Dad, also RCAF, was a 2nd cousin to Roy Reginald HINES) posted 30 June 2012 [QUOTE=Henk Welting;29460]Acia man, In my files I have: HINES (svcnr J/8417) on Hurricane V7385. PETERS on Hurricane R4086 SHONK on Master T8741 TAGSETH on Hurricane V4112 FASSINO on Hurricane V7236 MEISNER on Hurricane V6735 POW on Hurricane P3809. GRIFFIN not in my files as a casualty. Hurricane Mk.I P5190 ran short of fuel while lost and bellylanded, Castlemilktown, Ulster, July 1941. Aircraft could be repaired and converted to Mk.II, new serial DG623. (Info from Air Britain). Regards, Henk.[/QUOTE] ....Read More.ghines on 30th June 2012 09:52:21
1941 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationRe thread 83 Owen's aircraft serial No was R7601 (wings over Glos) Meacham and Peters' aircraft serial nos were V7601 and R4086 respectively (ABS). DaveW ....Read More.davew on 12th May 2019 04:02:49
1941 Unaccounted Airmen Database ReconciliationThanks Dave for the serial of Owen's aircraft. Peters' R.C.A.F. Service does indeed have R4086 (my mistake in transcribing it as R4089), but it does record Meacham's Hurricane as V7061, so thank you for the corrections. Regards Simon ....Read More.wwrsimon on 12th May 2019 06:44:34


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