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Thread: 1942 Unaccounted Airmen Database Reconciliation

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    Podporucznik Wojciech VEIT (P/1630)

    300 Sq - pls note the unit does not fit with our DB
    Wellington Z1282

    http://aircrewremembered.com/kracinski-henryk.html
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    Kapitan Jozef BRZEZINSKI (P/1466)

    317 Sq
    Spitfire BL805

    http://www.polishwargraves.nl/brit/4144.htm
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    Sierzant Tadeusz Adam KRIEGER (P/783252)

    Correct number only 783252

    315 Sq
    BM140

    http://www.aircrewremembered.com/krieger-tadeusz.html
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    Podporucznik Mieczyslaw RZEMYK (P/1575)

    301 Sq
    Wellington Z1379

    http://aircrewremembered.com/rzemyk-mieczyslaw.html
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    Kapral Jan Piotr GINDERA (P/793913)
    correct number only 793913

    308 Sq ORB - pls not unit does not fit with our DB:
    Scramble over base. LAC Gindera knocked down by service transport when cycling back to dispersal and killed.
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    Plutonowy Jerzy GAJOSINSKI (P/782519)
    correct number only 782519

    301 Sq ORB:
    30.4.42 Information was received that Cpl J. Gajosinski, a Flight Mechanic, had died in ?Raeceby? (badly readable) Hospital following an operation.
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    Kapitan Piotr OZYRA (P/76764)
    correct number only 76764

    307 Sq ORB:
    Circus 145
    Spitfire serial very not readable

    29 Apr. SpitfireV AR332 (JH-S) S/Ldr Ozyra KIA Circus 145. Shot down by German fighters over the channel off Camiers.
    http://www.polishsquadronsremembered.com/
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    Plutonowy Jozef KUCHTA (P/793936)
    correct number only 793936

    Tiger Moth II T7742
    http://forum.12oclockhigh.net/showthread.php?p=232557
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    Sierzant Mieczyslaw PIWKO (P/793644)
    correct number only 793644

    286 Sq ORB:

    Oxford DF253 (Pilot Sgt Piwko, Air Gunner F/Sgt Gouldson) crashed near Exeter causing the death of the crew.

    http://www.rafcommands.com/database/...php?uniq=DF253

    So we have there a collision with Sgt Donald Cameron MACGREGOR (R/102776)
    who according to his RCAF record was member of SHQ Station Exeter.
    but another record stated 286 Sq and the place of accident is not readable.
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    Seems to me that prefix "P/" is used for all polish NCOs even if they have service number withing the RAF service numbers range.
    From my point of view prefix "P/" or "P-" should be used only for those Polish officers who had a specific PAF service number. I hope some of our Polish colleagues would be able to confirm/corretc me.

    Pavel
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