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Oxford I  X6871 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database]

 Oxford I  X6871


DateAircraftUnitPilot NameLocation
03 Jun 43 Oxford I X6871 20 AFU UK
Remarksmid-air collision with V3821 at at Kingston BagpuizeHenk Welting's Database

Casualties in the CWGC Register for Oxford I X6871

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
Flight SergeantLeo Albert BOIRE (R/132245) Pilot Oxford I X6871  Forum Post 1943-06-0320 AFU United KingdomKidlington Burial Ground
Flight SergeantJack BROOKE (1148948) Pilot Oxford I X6871  Forum Post 1943-06-0320 AFU United KingdomAshton-Under-Lyne (Hurst) Ceme

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Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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"My" UnAccounted Airmen 03/06/1943These five men died in a mid-air collision between Oxford II, V3821 and Oxford I, X6871. Both aircraft were from 20 OTU, Kidlington. Boire and Brooke were flying from Weston on the Green and the others were out of Kidlington. The ORB does not specify who was on which aircraft. Both crashed at Kingston Bagpuize (pronounced as in fuze), nr Abingdon. Doug. ....Read More.Doug Cuthbertson on 9th January 2008 06:49:53
"My" UnAccounted Airmen 03/06/1943And I made another big mistake............. BOIRE/BROOKE self-evidently were on X6871 ! Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 10th January 2008 02:48:50
"My" UnAccounted Airmen 03/06/1943Long time since this post was last active but if anybody is still interested, I just went through the personnel records of the 2 RCAF pilots, their records include copies of the actual 20 (P) AFU accident reports. Unless some later amendment was made, the info below should be considered as factual. According to the accident reports: Wood, Innes-Smith and Banks were in V3821 Boire and Brooke were in X6871 The info in the pages below should be corrected by whoever has those accesses, I sure don't. [url][/url] should be X6871 [url][/url] should be V3821 I can produce both reports on request. Cheers, ....Read More.Frank Dutil on 7th October 2022 03:38:19

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