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Flying Officer Frank SCOTT (J/43783) of the Royal Canadian Air Force


Circumstances of Death: Lost in aircraft Wellington MF538
 IBCC

Death of Death 1945-03-01 Age : 22 years.

Served in 24 OTU

Burial/Commemoration Details : 50. D. 5. at Brookwood Military Cemetery, United Kingdom

More Details: SON OF ARTHUR HAVELOCK SCOTT AND RENA SCOTT, OF TUCKER'S TOWN, BERMUDA.

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National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/1987Sergeant A F Scott, Sergeant Pilot C Holmes, Aircraftman W A Augood: killed; aircraft accident, Montreathmont Moor, Anson N5322, 8 Flying Training School, 8 April 1940.C16471279
AIR81/8182Sergeant E J Chidgley, Sergeant K L Hardy: injured; Sergeant A P Tipple, Sergeant F A Stevens, Sergeant G S Yates, Sergeant A F Scott, Sergeant J Heley: uninjured; aircraft accident at Lichfield Aerodrome, Staffordshire; Wellington X3219, 27 Operational Training Unit, 9 August 1941.C16757479
AIR81/9848Major S D F Scott (SAAF), Air Corporal (SAAF) Sergeant W Virgo, Sergeant D Davis: missing believed killed; aircraft failed to return from a photographic reconnaissance flight, Maryland F365, 60 Squadron, 23 October 1941.C16998095
AIR81/11619Sergeant J M Brady (RAAF), Sergeant J R Brown (RAAF), Sergeant J E Apowne, Sergeant J H Hehir (RAAF), Sergeant M W Scott, Sergeant A F Scott: missing believed killed; Wellington Z9043, 15 Operational Training Unit; aircraft crashed at sea during a transit flight between Gibraltar and Malta, 16 January 1942.C17059348

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Aircraft Name: Wellington X MF538 Date of Crash: 1942-01-01 01 Mar 45 Unit 24 OTU Airfield /Crash Location , United Kingdom
Aircrew details
Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantEdward James COOPER (R/292666) Wellington MF538  IBCC 1945-03-0124 OTU United KingdomBrookwood Military Cemetery
Flying OfficerWilliam Alexander LESLIE (J/24469) Wellington MF538  IBCC 1945-03-0124 OTU United KingdomBrookwood Military Cemetery
Warrant Officer Class IGlenn Duncan McVICAR (R/164145) Wireless Op Wellington MF538  IBCC 1945-03-0124 OTU United KingdomBrookwood Military Cemetery
Flying OfficerFrank SCOTT (J/43783) Wellington MF538  IBCC 1945-03-0124 OTU United KingdomBrookwood Military Cemetery
SergeantAlbert Cyril THOMS (R/189567) Wellington MF538  IBCC 1945-03-0124 OTU United KingdomBrookwood Military Cemetery
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

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