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Leading Aircraftman Arthur ROGERS (1063254) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve


 

Death of Death 1941-04-11 .

Served in 95 Sqdn

Burial/Commemoration Details : 6. D. 7. at Freetown (King Tom) Cemetery, Sierra Leone

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National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/1035Sergeant F Hutton, Sergeant J A Rogers and Sergeant C W Pickering: report of deaths; Blenheim P4843 crashed at Dusseldorf, Germany, 7 July 1940.C14502901
AIR81/4476Flight Lieutenant P G Stanley, Sergeant R C Parker, Sergeant J J C Nanson, Sergeant A A Rogers, Sergeant J A Grocutt, Sergeant N H C Pontin: killed; shot down, enemy action, Wellington R3220, 9 Squadron, 7 December 1940.C16688574
AIR81/5648Pilot Officer W L Gourlay: killed; Pilot Officer D A Rogers, Sergeant G H Howard: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from operational flight off coast of Holland, Blenheim R3900, 21 Squadron, 31 March 1941. Note: Related file: 5021C16689746
AIR81/6980Flight Lieutenant B A Rogers: killed; aircraft failed to return from operational flight near Calais, France, Hurricane Z2888, 242 Squadron, 17 June 1941.C16756277
AIR81/9697Pilot Officer G A Rogers: injured; aircraft accident at RAF Odiham, Hampshire, Tomahawk AH851, 400 Squadron, 19 October 1941.C16997944

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42475 S/l E.r.m.appleton.David, Understand your need for brevity, but the events of 26/27-4-1943, can be strung out a little. A. The Ruhr - Duisberg - was hit again on 26 April (1943), but of the ten squadron aircraft detailed, one failed to take off (pilot taken ill) and two aborted. Stirling BF517 (JN-O), piloted by Pilot Officer P.J.O.Buck (NZ), carrying a second pilot for experience, was severely mauled. They were attacked by an unseen night fighter, mortally wounding the rear gunner and slightly injuring two others. Buck began to lose height, having lost an engine, so ordered everything that could be jettisoned to be so. He was thus able to retain sufficient height to get them home for a crash landing at Newmarket. The famous photograph (see:bottom,p.81), taken of the tail of this Stirling clearly shows the damage inflicted. Peter Buck was awarded the DFC and his navigator, Pilot Officer John Symons RCAF, one of the wounded, also won the DFC for staying at his post to navigate them home, despite his injuries. B. Appendix G: Operational aircraft which either crashed in the United Kingdom or Returned with Dead or Injured Aircrew aboard 1940-1945. Date: 26 April 1943 Stirling I BF517 (JN-O) Target: Duisburg Attacked by night fighter; crash landed at base. Capt: PO Buck, P.J. (NZ) 2/pilot: FL Appleton, E.R.M. Nav: FO Minnis, A. FE: Sgt Jones, J. WOP: P/O Symons, J. - Wounded MU: Sgt Watson, J. - Wounded R/gnr: Sgt Rogers, B.A.- Killed (1384342 Sgt [Air Gnr] Brian Arthur ROGERS RAFVR). See: Forever Strong:The Story of 75 Squadron RNZAF 1916-1990. Franks,Norman Glenfield:Random Century,1991. A.pp.81 & 83 B. p.241 Col. ....Read More.COL BRUGGY on 2nd February 2010 10:17:42

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