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    Default Canadian pilot - S.J. FOWLER

    Hello All,

    I'm after the forenames of the abovementioned pilot, service number R.102190. He served with 616 Sqn in 1942-43. Any help will be appreciated.

    Thanks in anticipation

    Phil

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    Hi Phil

    Did you find your information yet? I can probably find out from my contact at LAC if you still require it.

    Danny
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    Hi,

    Haven't been able to find his full name yet but your airman was from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

    See CANADIAN CONTINGENT SAYS ATLANTIC CROSSING SEEMED JUST LIKE HOLIDAY CRUISE (Hamilton Spectator, 1942/03/24) at http://www.warmuseum.ca/cwm/exhibitions/newspapers/intro_f.shtml.

    Cheers,

    Fox.

    EDIT: Stanley James Fowler. He passed away in 2008. See http://memorialsolutions.com/sitemaker/sites/JONESS1/Oldsite/html/Memorials%202008/fowlerstanleyj030908.htm.
    Last edited by Fox; 16th July 2013 at 08:31. Reason: Mispelling.
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