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Tiger Moth  T7113 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Tiger Moth  T7113

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/7433Flight Lieutenant A C Dier, Leading Aircraftman H R Hearne, Pilot Officer H S Wynne-Edwards: killed; mid air collision between Magister L5984 and Tiger Moth T7113, 24 Elementary Flying Training School, 7 July 1941.C16756730

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Tiger Moth T7113

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Pilot OfficerHugh Streatfield WYNNE-EDWARDS (79261) Tiger Moth T7113  AIR81/7433 1941-07-0724 EFTS United KingdomGolders Green Crematorium

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410707 - Unaccounted airmen - 7-7-1941What were the places of death registration for: F/Lt (Pilot) Alan C. DIER - 40090; LAC (Pilot u/t) Ian S. FORBES - 655051 (from Australia); P/O Horace G. GILLILAND - MC - 62043; LAC (Pilot u/t) Herbert R.B. HEARNE - 1380334; AC2 Charles L. HOARE - 1193470; LAC (Cadet) Leslie L. KINGSTON - 1377785; Cpl Leslie D.W. MILLER - 610335 (from Canada) - 7 BC, 918 (Balloon) Sqn, (Alvaston, Derby), and P/O Hugh S. WYNNE - 79261. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Magister I - L5984 - 24 EFTS - crashed and destroyed by fire; no further details. Master I - T8746 - 59 OTU - flew into ground near Kirkpatrick, Dumfries. Master I - T8877 - 8 FTS - crashed on approach mile N of Montrose, Angus. Oxford I - P9040 - 54 OTU - crashed on landing Church Fenton, Yorkshire. Oxford II - P8987 - 2 FTS - crashed in forced landing near Brize Norton, Oxfordshire. Tiger Moth II - N5453 - 14 EFTS - abandoned 1 mile S of Shustoke, Warwickshire. Tiger Moth II - R5193 - 9 EFTS - spun into ground 1 mile NE of Ansty, Warwickshire. Tiger Moth II - T7113 - 24 EFTS - damaged byond repair in accident; no further details. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 25th October 2008 09:09:45

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