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    Hello
    Perhaps this would have been easier than James Hood. F/L Dennis Edmund Fox 85243 ex-742313, he was invalided out of the RAF due to poor health. Anybody has any informations, where he served?
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    Hello

    Possibly your man:

    13/14 Sep 1941
    No.97 Sqn
    Manchester I L7383:OF-F
    Training

    Crashed 0232 after striking a house in Perch Lane, Westwick,11 miles NNE of Norwich, trapping several members of the crew in the wreckage. The cause of the accident was attributed to the bomber running low on fuel, necessitating an emergency landing.

    P/O D E Fox
    Sgt J S Warton +
    F/S Hall
    Sgt F W Tewson
    Sgt J Goldie
    Sgt B S Robertson

    See: BCL2/145

    Amendments & Additions - BCL Vol.2, 1941.

    1941/145 - 97/L7383 - Sgt J S Worton

    http://www.rafinfo.org.uk/BCWW2Losses/

    See also:

    http://www.97squadronassociation.co.uk/history/operations/97-squadron-operations-record-book-1941/

    P/O Fox posted to No.97 Sqn - 1-7-1941.

    Col.
    Last edited by COL BRUGGY; 28th February 2013 at 03:24.

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    Col, it must be the man, thanks! Does anyone have any idea, what Fox was doing at a later date? Recovering of wounds? Nearly three years is a lot, but not impossible.

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