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    Default Pilot KIFA when Gladiator K7933 crashed on 16/06/38

    Hello,

    Gladiator K7933 of 54 Sq. crashed on 16/06/38 killing the pilot.
    I've thought that the pilot was F/O Arthur Ambrose Guy who was killed this day (this taken from Errol Martyn's fantastic lists).
    However, after finding the ORB for the period it is stated that the pilot was P/Sgt R. M. Marsh.

    Is there anyone with the full name of Marsh?
    Is there anyone, who knows what unit Guy served in?

    Best wishes/Håkan
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    Hakan

    Reginald Malcolm Marsh, according to the Times newspaper.

    regards

    DaveW

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    Thanks Dave!

    /Håkan
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    Freebmd has

    GUY Ambrose A 37 Medway 2a 1048

    Paul

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    According to the Air Force List, Guy died so was not killed in an flying accident.

    Malcolm

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    Thanks for the additional info.

    //Håkan
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