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    Hi Jagan

    are the Coastal Command pages broken at

    http://www.rafcommands.com/old-site/...astal-command/

    I was trying to have a gander at some of the squadrons regarding Catalina usage and units based in Ireland.

    I don't suppose this exists in a spreadsheet????, I know Ross, you clearly spent ages typing them up and why don't I do that myself!!!
    Dennis Burke
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    Hi Dennis

    Does this link work for you? http://www.rafcommands.com/Coastal/indexC.html

    Regards
    Pierre

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    Ah, OK that does.

    Cheers
    Dennis Burke
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    Foreign Aircrew and Aircraft Ireland 1939-1945
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    will be fixing that shortly dennis. no worries. you can use the older link till then.

    http://www.rafcommands.com/home.html

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    Does anyone have any information on the role of Dennis Alfred James Morey as pilot or co-pilot of the Catalina that spotted the Bismarck May 26, 1941? I'm writing a feature newspaper obituary on him to run on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia, USA. I keep seeing that Dennis Alfred Briggs was the man. But the photo of "Briggs" on Bismarck-class.dk looks like the photo of the man I'm writing about. Help?

    Morey's service number(I think that's what it is) is 109062. He was born in 1920. He enlisted in the RAF as No. 916695 Aircraftman 2nd class and eventually got a commission in 1941.

    I really want the story to be correct!
    Last edited by Ellen Robertson; 12th February 2015 at 05:48.

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    This help, Ellen?

    http://historum.com/war-military-his...ir-action.html

    The photograph on the bismarck.dk site appears to show an RAF uniform.

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    Dave

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