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Thread: Aircraft losses in SEAC : Latest UPDATE : Beaufighters

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    Default Re: Ernest Walter Mervyn TRIGWELL.

    Hi Don,

    Thanks for the helpful links and offer of data - As you may have noted your Beaufighter and Blenheim losses for 211 have alrready been a great help and there are quite a bit of data enrichment and links in the data that has been up.. will keep checking for other types.

    Since the "Tail Numbers" also include civilian aircraft, US serials, dutch regns and others, perhaps a compromise can be "Serial Nos / Regn"

    SEAC is loosely applied, perhaps the intention would be "Commonwealth Air Force losses operating in the Far East" with the exception of Pacific losses (Australia, PNG, etc..) We will see where the project will end up with...

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    Default Re: Aircraft losses in SEAC : Latest UPDATE : Beaufighters

    Don,
    I certainly agree with Jagan about the usefulness of your site -a great resource.
    I think there is a small typo at: http://www.211squadron.org/bristol_beaufighter.html
    The loss date for LZ381 'P' should read 24 March 1944
    Andy

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    Default Re: Aircraft losses in SEAC : Latest UPDATE : Beaufighters

    Appreciated. Sorted.

    Typos: ever lying in wait... "Must be losing my grip" (!)
    Cpl A Goodinson, 211 Sqn FM(E), 24 Mar 1944

    Having updated links to a handful of historical refs, time to step back once more.
    Toujours propos

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