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    Default Unaccounted airmen - 7-8-1941

    Henk (and others)

    AB Serials has TM T7362 as DBR on this date. It belonged to the same unit as T7341; it is not stretching coincidence too much to assume that the two incidents may be related, especially considering a third fatality in a two-seat aircraft

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    Thanks Litcham Lad for this link to TM T7362; this could be the solution, but who was on T7341 and who was flying T7362. I didn't mention T7362 in my thread as it was not listed by Air Britain in their Aeromilitaria 'Crashes in UK WW2'.
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    Gents

    Leave this with me for a while.

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    From Jim Halley

    The accident cards for T7362 and T7341 are missing. However by reference to the casualty slips it is clear that there was a collision between them although it is not stated who was in which a/c.

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    Default Re: The Unaccounted Project - Final Stretch Updates by Jon Heyworth

    Walter Scotney 1026709 | attached to RAF Hornchurch | was killed by the accidental discharge of a machine gun at RAF Martlesham Heath, being dead on arrival at SSQ

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