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Sergeant Malcolm McLEAN (742427) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve

Pilot

Circumstances of Death: Lost in aircraft Oxford I N4561
 AIR81/2953

Death of Death 1940-09-01

Served in 2 FTS

Burial/Commemoration Details : Sec. K. (New Part). Grave 115. at Glasgow (Eastwood) Old And New, United Kingdom (Map)

More Details: SON OF GEORGE AND JEANIE MCLEAN, OF SHAWLANDS, GLASGOW.

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AIR81/2953Aircraftman G W Ryall, Sergeant M McLean: killed; aircraft accident, Akeman Street, Oxford N4561, 2 Flying Training School, 1 September 1940.C16472451

Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date: 01 Sep 40 Aircraft: Oxford I N4561 Unit 2 FTS Airfield /Crash Location , UK
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SourceHenk Welting's Database
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Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantMalcolm McLEAN (742427) Pilot Oxford I N4561  AIR81/2953 1940-09-012 FTS United KingdomGlasgow (Eastwood) Old And New
CadetGeorge William RYALL (901751) Oxford I N4561  AIR81/2953 1940-09-012 FTS United KingdomBlack Bourton (St. Mary) Churc

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