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Thread: Mystery Baleout Sgt. A. E. Farmer March 27, 1934 "Eastchurch"

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    Default Mystery Baleout Sgt. A. E. Farmer March 27, 1934 "Eastchurch"

    Again thanks to Col Bruggy - But this one line entry is all I have I suspect it was associated with the Air Armament School at RAF Eastchurch at the time but can anyone ID Sgt. A. E. Farmer or have anything for March 27, 1934at "Eastchurch"?

    Many Thanks

    Paul

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    Small Update

    AIR 10-1579 Report on Flying Accidents during Jan.-June 1934 Page 16 (3) "Engine failure at 800 feet resulted in smoke entering the cockpit. The pilot sustained very minor injuries in landing" Based on elimination of all other incidents I believe this to be the incident in which Sgt. A. E. Farmer baled out - Can anyone identifty as Sgt Pilot. A. E. Farmer thanks Paul

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    OK can anyone ID any of these Farmer?

    AE Farmer
    216520 -- 1 Apr 1918 RNAS Enlistments 1916
    101692 -- Oct-Nov 1917 RFC - civilians
    363945 -- 363281 to 370000 366493 Jan 1924 <-- Based on the date I suspect this one. and looking for a pilot

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