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    Hi All

    Please could anyone with the relevant Air-Britain 'Serials' volume tell me what it says about the above?

    It was apparently being flown by a 'Col. Rendle' (USAAF? Army?) from 'Hallsworth' when it had to land at Woodbridge on the night of 28-29/7/1944.

    Just wondered who Rendle was with.

    Thanks

    Ian

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    Hello Ian,

    From the Air-Britain volume : LZ 739 was a Proctor III : USAAF / 4 Radio School, sold 9.7.46, became G-AHVM.

    As usual, the specific U.S. unit in which this aircraft served is not recorded. May be asking the Air Force Historical Research Agency, Maxwell AFM, Alabama, would give you an answer ?

    Joss

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    OK. Thanks for looking that one up Joss

    Ian

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