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AIR81/9127Sergeant W Atkins, Leading Aircraftsman M T J Harvey, Leading Aircraftsman F A E Hollier, Leading Aircraftsman W J McCulloch: injured; aircraft accident, Blenheim Z6336, 9 Air Observers School, 17 September 1941.C16924969


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410917 - Unaccounted airmen - 17-9-1941What were the places of death registration for: P/O Glen L. COATS - 100513 - 79 Sqn (Fairwood Common, Glamorgan); AC1 William E. DONOVAN - 1195390 - 115 Sqn (Marham, Norfolk), and Sgt George RADFORD - 326514. Proposed aircraft losses for this day: Anson I - R9645 - 1 OAFU - crashed on overshoot 1 mile N of Bladnoch, Wigtownshire. Blenheim IV - T2352 - 9 Grp AAC Flt - crashed on take-off Valley. Blenheim IV - Z6336 - 9 AOS - crashed on take-off Penrhos. Hurricane I - P3093 - 56 OTU - collided with Hurricane W9178 2 miles S of Littleport, Cambridgeshire. Hurricane I - W9178 - 56 OTU - refer to P3093. Hurricane I - V6558 - 59 OTU - crashed on landing Crosby. Magister I - L8073 - 15 EFTS - crashed in forced landing Lowther Castle, Cumberland. Master I - T8408 - 8 FTS - crashed in forced landing 3 miles N of Laurencekirk, Kincardineshire. Oxford II - N4774 - 14 FTS - crashed on overshoot at night, Lyneham. Spitfire I - X4675 - 53 OTU - undershot landing at Llandow. Tiger Moth II - N6595 - 17 EFTS - broke up in air Willesden Ave, Peterborough. Tiger Moth II - T8239 - 2 EFTS - crashed in forced landing Spitchley Road, Worcester. Master II - AZ325 - 8 FTS - crashed on landing at night, Stracathro. Regards and thanks for your help. Henk. ....Read More.Henk Welting on 18th December 2008 06:44:54


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