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Flying Officer George CAMERON (J/92129) of the Royal Canadian Air Force


Circumstances of Death: Lost in aircraft Lancaster PB244
 IBCC

Death of Death 1944-08-18 Age : 30 years.

Served in 630 Sqdn

Burial/Commemoration Details : Panel 249. at Runnymede Memorial, United Kingdom

More Details: SON OF MATHEW JAMES CAMERON AND JESSIE CAMERON, OF PONOKA, ALBERTA, CANADA.

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National Archives AIR81

Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/1239Pilot Officer B C Paton: report of death. Pilot Officer J H Horan, Sergeant W G Cameron and Sergeant S Morgan: missing presumed dead; Hudson N7224 failed to return from air operations over the Harbour of Kristiansand, Southern Norway, 31 July 1940.C14502958
AIR81/1590Flying Officer G Edwards, Corporal C McNaughton, Aircraftman W G Cameron, Sergeant F Hallam: injured; Hudson N7271, 233 Squadron; aircraft accident, 18 October 1939.C16359621
AIR81/5774Sergeant J G Cameron: killed; Sergeant H Long, Sergeant H Nicholson: uninjured; aircraft crashed on return from operational flight, Blenheim V5634, 82 Squadron, 10 April 1941.C16755072
AIR81/6642Sergeant H G Cameron, Leading Aircraftman G S Wright, Aircraftman W J Slaven: injured; ground collision between Oxford N6375 and Oxford P1958 at Cranfield, 14 Service Flying Training School, 28 May 1941.C16755939

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Aircraft Name: Lancaster III PB244 Date of Crash: 1941-01-01 18 Aug 44 Unit 630 Sqdn Airfield /Crash Location , United Kingdom
Aircrew details
Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
Flying OfficerGeorge CAMERON (J/92129) Lancaster PB244  IBCC 1944-08-18630 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomRunnymede Memorial
Flying OfficerWilliam Joseph SHEARSTONE (J/25872) Lancaster PB244  IBCC 1944-08-18630 Sqdn AIR27 United KingdomRunnymede Memorial
Details
Source Henk Welting's Database

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