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    Default 39462 S/L C L Hullock RAF

    Hello,

    39462 S/L Clive Lawson HULLOCK RAF, an Australian serving in the RAF, is listed in Flight, April 30, 1942. p.440. Cas. Comm. No.127, as Wounded or Injured on Active Service. It is believed that S/L Hullock was wounded/injured in the Plymouth area, on 16-3-1942.

    Can anyone tell me how Hullock sustained his wound/injury?

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    Col.
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    Col,
    Don't know whether West Prawle, Devon was in the Plymouth area.....
    Spitfire VB AA859 of 306 Sqn crashlanded 16-3-1942 at/near West Prawle, Devon.
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    Gents

    AD308 also f/l in this area on the same day, though this a/c was with 317S.

    I have for the pilot of AA859 of 306S Malczewski R who was unhurt.

    Which unit was Hullock with?

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    Gents,

    Hullock had previously served with No.221 Sqn. He was a navigation specialist. I am not even sure that there was an aircraft involved. Hence the query.

    Col.

    PS. Hullock was granted a SSC as a P/O, w.e.f. 19-2-1937.
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    Default Clive Lawson Hullock

    Hello,
    My father, Clive Lawson Hullock, was in the Costal Command and coming back from a mission crashed in thick fog (I think with a telegraph pole). I think all the crew survived.
    My mother, Nancy Edwina, heavily pregnant with my brother was called to the hospital where dad had severe wounds to his head.
    Mum went into premature labour with the shock and John was born on January 20th 1942.
    Dad did survive and went on to fly again soon after becoming a Wing Commander.
    Dad bore the scar -Very deep from eyebrow to nose for the rest of his life --obviously I do not remember him any other way.
    Edwina (71 years old with two daughters and three grandsons.) Mum, Dad and John sadly deceased
    Last edited by Edwina Lawson Hart; 22nd August 2011 at 15:16. Reason: More family info

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