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    Looking for any help! I have been doing a huge research project on one of my family member. Michael Joseph Stewart Kerby ( S M Kerby) R82326 RCAF

    Any info of Flying Instructor Course No.34

    Any thing on 37 squadron would be a huge plus!!!

    Thank you!
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    Hello, and welcome.

    We know the following:

    13/14 November 1942.
    No.108 Sqn.
    Wellington IC HX380
    Op: Benghazi.

    Took off 1910, LG 106, detailed to bomb shipping and harbour facilities at Benghazi. On return, an engine cut over Sollum after flak damage, a propeller was lost and the aircraft belly-landed 48km S of Fuka. The crew found an Italian lorry while walking to base, repaired it and drove back, arriving on the 14th. Struck off charge 16 November.

    R82326 Sgt (Pilot) Michael Joseph Stewart (Stuart - CWGC) KERBY* (+ 12-5-1943 - 22OTU - Wellington X HE218 - BCL7/219)
    116391 P/O Hugh Anthony Ballantine BAKER RAFVR (+ 30-7-1944 - 97 Sqn. Lancaster III NE121 - BCL5/365) - (of Jamaica).
    + crew.

    See: Bomber Losses in the Middle East & Mediterranean. Vol.1:1939-1942
    Gunby,David & Pelham Temple
    Hinckley:Midland Publishing,2006.
    p.201

    * Kerby, not identified as RCAF.

    Col.
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