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    Default 179 Sqn / Warwick V's in 1945

    I am researching a Danish navigator flying for this unit in the spring of 1945. The ORB gives information on 5 operational sorties and a training flight. Unfortunately it does not give serials of aircraft flown, cf. http://danishww2pilots.dk/sorties.php?person=13

    Aircraft IDs are OZ-A, OZ-C, OZ-M, OZ-P and OZ-R.

    Would anyone know of a possible source for 179 Sqn Warwick serials linking them to IDs?

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    Mikkel
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    Hi Mikkel,

    no luck in most cases, only one possible:

    OZ-R
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ww2images/6898222031/

    Pavel
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    Thank you Pavel. Mikkel
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