Abbreviations

AA

A/B

A/G

DZ

Nav

W/Op

Anti-Aircraft

Air Bomber

Air Gunner

Drop Zone

Navigator

Wireless Operator

 

 

Month and year: June 1944

 

2nd June 1944

Place: Harwell

 

All personnel confined to camp as from 1400 hrs.  Preparation and briefing for Western Front operations commenced.

 

3rd June 1944

Place: Harwell

 

Eleven air tests carried out.  Briefing continued throughout the day.  Total flying: 4 hrs. 0 mins day.

 

4th June 1944

Place: Harwell

 

Twelve air tests carried out.  Preparation for operations continued.  Total flying: 4 hrs. 35 mins Day.

 

5th June 1944

Place: Harwell

 

Air tests carried out in the morning.  Final briefings in the afternoon for Operation "TONGA".  By night the invasion of France was commenced with Operation "TONGA".  Pathfinder and supporting paratroops were carried out LT. SCHALIT in V.1814; F/SGT. KIRKMAN in V.1694; W/O. BALMER in V.1617; W/CDR. BANGAY in V.1645; F/LT BRIERLY in V.1704; F/O. HUDSON in V.1653; F/O. RODGERS in P.1379; F/SGT KIRKHAM in V.1627; P/O. LIDDLE in V.1842; and F/O. MURPHY in P.1441.  All dropped successfully with the exception of F/LT. BRIERLY who had casualties among his troops preventing them from jumping.  Close support to these troops was intended in the form of gliders towed by S/LDR. GRICE in V.1620 and F/O. LAWSON in V.1740, but owing to bad weather the tow ropes broke and both gliders were ditched in the sea 2 miles off the French coast.  Another supporting force of glider borne troops was towed across and successfully released by S/LDR. STEWART in V.1767; F/LT. GAY in V.1624; F/O. MAUNDER in V.1754; P/O. FISHER in V.1703; SGT. HINCKS in V.1602; SGT. MARSHALL in P/1380; F/O MATHESON in V.1631, F/O. SPAFFORD in V.1623; P/O. ROBSON in V.1752 and P/O. HOULGATE in V.1626.  All our aircraft returned safely, no casualties sustained by air crews, and only minor damage to aircraft due to flak.  Total flying: 4 hrs. 30 mins day. 70 hrs. 05 mins Night.

 

OPERATION "NEPTUNE"
STAGE 1.  OPERATION "TONGA"

In co-operation with other aircraft of 38 and 46 Groups and of the United States Air Force, this Squadron opened the offensive against the Germans on the Western Front by an airborne invasion of Normandy.  The part played by each aircraft and crew is detailed below: The whole operation was carried out at night.  Aircraft 1 and 2 each carried and successfully dropped a stick of 10 Pathfinder troops on D.Z. "K" (5 miles WNW of TROARN).  Aircraft 3 carried and successfully dropped a stick of Pathfinder troops on D.Z. "V" (6 miles SW of CABOURG).  The weather was not as good as was hoped, cloud base was down to 1000-1500 feet and thick enough to obscure most of the moon's light.  Visibility was therefore reduced to a minimum, but this to a certain extent probably reduced the possibilities of detection and assisted the element of surprise necessary for the success of the operation.  Little or no opposition from the enemy was found by these first aircraft.  The coast was crossed 4 miles West of CABOURG at 800 ft. and the run in on the D.Z. was made at this height an at I.A.S. of 140 m.p.h.  After the drop the aircraft climbed to 7000 feet. and returned by skirting to the East of Le Havre and out across the coast East of Fecamp.  Aircraft 4 to 10 each carried a stick of 10 assault troops to secure and hold D.Z. "V", capture the local German headquarters, destroy the bridges across the River Dives, and finish off the attack on the Coastal battery overlooking the mouth of the Orne commenced 4 minutes earlier by 100 Lancasters of Bomber Command.  All these aircraft were successful with the exception of No.5 who had the misfortune to get the No.1 man of the stick jammed in the parachute exit.  In spite of the 7 runs made on the D.Z. by this aircraft, the troops were unable to successfully extricate this man and as the main force was by this time coming in, they returned to base with the stick.  The same weather conditions were experienced with also a slight amount of enemy opposition from near the vicinity of the D.Z. in the form of light A.A. and small arms fire.  The same route and tactics were employed, aircraft proceeding independently in line astern at 15 sec. intervals, and the run in was only 5 miles from the coast to the D.Z.  Having dropped their troops each aircraft proceeded on the same course for another mile and dropped six containers of supplies to act as a central dump.  All crews witnessed the attack on the coastal battery by Bomber Command.  Aircraft 11 and 12 were not quite so successful.  These were towing Horsa gliders loaded with heavier equipment and further troops for D.Z. "V".  Following closely on the para troops all went well until approaching the French coast when they ran into low cloud and in both cases the rope broke and the glider ditched in the sea about 2 miles short of the coast.  Both aircraft immediately returned to Base.  Aircraft 13 and 22 towed Horsa gliders loaded with the main assault troops for L.Z. "N" (5 miles W of CAEN).  They followed in approximately 2 hours after the paratroops independently and in line astern and their task was to consolidate the bridgehead formed on the bridges over the Orne above CAEN.  They crossed the coast at a point 4 miles East of CABOURG at 1500 ft., I.A.S. 120 m.p.h. and successfully released their gliders at the L.Z. in spite of the same bad weather conditions prevailing.  Only one of these aircraft was unsuccessful, No.13, whose glider developed aileron trouble at the English coast, cast off and made a successful landing near Worthing.  A minimum of light A.A. opposition was again experienced from the vicinity of the L.Z. but with no effect.  After releasing the aircraft returned at 7000 ft. following the same route as the preceding paratroops aircraft.

 

TO SUMMARISE:

9 out of 10 paratroop aircraft, and 9 out of the 12 glider aircraft were successful.  There were no casualties to either aircraft or crews, and as is now known, the troops on the ground completed their task to the letter.

 

Crew details as on attached Battle Order Appendix "G1".

 

1.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1814.  Crew:  LT SCHALIT and crew.  Time Up:  01.45.  Time Down:  05.00.

 

2.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1694.  Crew:  F/SGT KIRKMAN and crew.  Time Up:  23.02.  Time Down:  02.02.

 

3.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1617.  Crew:  W/O BALMER and crew.  Time Up:  23.05.  Time Down:  01.55.

 

4.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1645.  Crew:  W/CDR BANGAY and crew.  Time Up:  23.10.  Time Down:  01.55.

 

5.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1704.  Crew:  F/LT BRIERLY and crew.  Time Up:  23.15.  Time Down:  02.20.

 

6.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1653.  Crew:  F/O HUDSON and crew.  Time Up:  23.10.  Time Down:  01.50.

 

7.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE I P1379.  Crew:  F/O RODGERS and crew.  Time Up:  23.15.  Time Down:  02.15.

 

8.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1627.  Crew:  P/O KIRKHAM and crew.  Time Up:  23.10.  Time Down:  02.00.

 

9.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1842.  Crew:  F/LT LIDDLE and crew.  Time Up:  23.11.  Time Down:  03.11.

 

10.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE I P1441.  Crew:  F/O MURPHY and crew.  Time Up:  23.12.  Time Down:  02.17.

 

11.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1620.  Crew:  S/LDR GRICE and crew.  Time Up:  23.15.  Time Down:  02.30.

 

12.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1746.  Crew:  F/O LAWSON and crew.  Time Up:  23.16.  Time Down:  02.00.

 

13.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1631.  Crew:  F/O MATHESON and crew.  Time Up:  01.35.  Time Down:  03.35.

 

14.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1623.  Crew:  F/O SPAFFORD and crew.  Time Up:  01.45.  Time Down:  05.00.

 

15.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1752.  Crew:  P/O ROBSON and crew.  Time Up:  01.45.  Time Down:  05.00.

 

16.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1626.  Crew:  P/O HOULGATE and crew.  Time Up:  01.46.  Time Down:  05.01.

 

17.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1767.  Crew:  S/LDR STEWART and crew.  Time Up:  01.30.  Time Down:  04.45.

 

18.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1624.  Crew:  F/LT GAY and crew.  Time Up:  01.31.  Time Down:  05.11.

 

19.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1754.  Crew:  F/O MAUNDER and crew.  Time Up:  01.32.  Time Down:  04.47.

 

20.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1703.  Crew:  P/O FISHER and crew.  Time Up:  01.33.  Time Down:  04.33.

 

21.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1602.  Crew:  SGT HINCKS and crew.  Time Up:  01.33.  Time Down:  04.18.

 

22.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE I P1380.  Crew:  SGT MARSHALL and crew.  Time Up:  01.34.  Time Down:  04.54.

 

6th June 1944

Place: Harwell

 

Briefing for Operation "MALLARD" carried out during the day.  In the evening Operation "MALLARD" was carried out involving the towing and release of glider borne troops in the CAEN area.  Successfully completed by W/CDR. BANGAY in V.1645; S/LDR. GRICE in V.1620; F/SGT. KIRKMAN in V.1694; P/O. KIRKHAM in V.1627; LT. SCHALIT in V.1756; F/SGT. NARRAMORE in V.1642; F/O. MERRITT in P.1557; F/O. HUDSON in V.1653; F/SGT. CULLING in V.1643; F/LT. BRIERLY in V.1794; SGT. WILLIAMS in V.1814; F/O. CAMPBELL in V.1761; W/O. BALMER in V.1617; F/O. MacDONALD in V.1811; F/O. MORTIMORE in V.1816; F/LT. LIDDLE in V.1842; F/O. MURPHY in P.1377; SGT. PARKER in V.1783; F/O. MOMBRUN in P.1371; and F/O. LAWSON in V.1746.  One aircraft damaged by flak, no casualties to air crew.  Total flying: 59 hrs. 30 mins day.

 

OPERATION "MALLARD"

Stage 2.

On the evening of "D" Day it was decided to reinforce the troops already dropped by something in the nature of 250 gliderborne loads.  This Squadron's share was 20 aircraft each towing a Horsa glider to L.Z. "W" which was a strip some 6 miles in from the coast on the West bank of the Orne.  Led by W/Cdr. Bangay the formation in two flights of 10 three Vics of three and a box of 4 crossed the French coast in daylight at 1500 ft., just West of the mouth of the Orne and all gliders were successfully released and made a good landing on the L.Z.  Weather was perfect, fighter cover was amply supplied by both Fighter Command and the U.S.A.A.F. all the way across the Channel and over the L.Z., and only slight opposition was encountered in the form of light A.A. fire from across the River Orne.  One aircraft only, No.26 flown by S/Ldr. Grice sustained any damage, but this was not serious and the aircraft regained base without any trouble and with no injury to the crew.

 

23.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1645.  Crew:  W/CDR BANGAY and crew.  Time Up:  19.07.  Time Down:  22.07.

 

24.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1627.  Crew:  P/O KIRKHAM and crew.  Time Up:  19.07.  Time Down:  22.07.

 

25.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1756.  Crew:  LT SCHALIT and crew.  Time Up:  19.08.  Time Down:  22.08.

 

26.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1620.  Crew:  S/LDR GRICE and crew.  Time Up:  19.08.  Time Down:  22.13.

 

27.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1642.  Crew:  F/SGT NARRAMORE and crew.  Time Up:  19.09.  Time Down:  22.09.

 

28.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II P1557.  Crew:  F/O MERRITT and crew.  Time Up:  19.09.  Time Down:  22.19.

 

29.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1653.  Crew:  F/O HUDSON and crew.  Time Up:  19.10.  Time Down:  22.05.

 

30.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1643.  Crew:  F/SGT CULLING and crew.  Time Up:  19.10.  Time Down:  22.05.

 

31.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1704.  Crew:  F/LT BRIERLY and crew.  Time Up:  19.11.  Time Down:  22.06.

 

32.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1814.  Crew:  F/SGT WILLIAMS and crew.  Time Up:  19.11.  Time Down:  22.16.

 

33.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1761.  Crew:  F/O CAMPBELL and crew.  Time Up:  19.12.  Time Down:  22.12.

 

34.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1617.  Crew:  W/O BALMER and crew.  Time Up:  19.13.  Time Down:  22.03.

 

35.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1811.  Crew:  F/O MACDONALD and crew.  Time Up:  19.13.  Time Down:  22.13.

 

36.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1816.  Crew:  F/O MORTIMORE and crew.  Time Up:  19.14.  Time Down:  22.04.

 

37.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1842.  Crew:  F/LT LIDDLE and crew.  Time Up:  19.14.  Time Down:  22.14.

 

38.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE I P1441.  Crew:  F/O MURPHY and crew.  Time Up:  19.15.  Time Down:  22.15.

 

39.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE V V1783.  Crew:  SGT PARKER and crew.  Time Up:  19.15.  Time Down:  22.15.

 

40.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1694.  Crew:  F/SGT KIRKMAN and crew.  Time Up:  19.16.  Time Down:  22.06.

 

41.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE I P1371.  Crew:  F/O MOMBRUN and crew.  Time Up:  19.16.  Time Down:  22.06.

 

42.  Aircraft Type & Number:  ALBEMARLE II V1746.  Crew:  F/O LAWSON and crew.  Time Up:  19.17.  Time Down:  21.57.

 

 

Appendix "G.1" to Form 540 No.570 Squadron for the month of June 1944.

BATTLE ORDER.

570 SQUADRON.    7/JUNE. 1944.

 

Number.

33215

141807

127106

137519

46971

 

39383

132189

73231

1113566

J85370

 

47460

A401187

160074

1257513

1375688

 

J17201

50185

J29661

170921

J85397

 

J23446

1320701

R83401

NZ413737

J24307

 

170888

170995

J28877

E139321

NFD798722

 

151203

A418966

1063862

R97364

546460

 

A42506

135921

R164058

1128834

1892611

 

0886171

A425382

J28359

A411615

R124410

 

174309

173296

133788

138921

1067675

 

54598

1532007

1045725

1082510

502108

 

1319148

1458792

1577492

1432107

938023

 

1241289

R154048

1518212

A412361

1579644

 

950383

143836

1450705

1511701

1583690

 

152030

141557

NZ416659

1217617

153900

 

48758

137148

54136

1368755

1626509

 

45068

103225

147127

173106

1544477

 

87670

138324

144583

551677

1818376

 

133753

145390

1453914

127036

1311645

 

128021

1006450

146284

1313053

1851974

 

48794

144453

135908

1370651

1808171

 

170124

1320952

1602243

1366567

A417414

 

J25007

R171414

J23634

157525

R199267

 

151692

1246709

R157983

1314318

925873

 

R118197

134690

1385408

1317871

1131556

 

811197

152218

A420321

R130020

1586336

 

1212373

1396579

1337071

1581292

1895038

 

1395287

1466278

1450104

1366884

3005226

 

R225072

147120

1581425

1432847

1481055

 

136549

J24613

R157721

1585721

1820743

 

152348

144584

1553357

1292945

1853631

Rank.

W/CDR.

F/LT.

F/LT.

F/LT.

F/LT.

 

S/LDR.

F/O.

F/O.

W/O.

P/O.

 

F/L.

F/O.

F/O.

W/O.

W/O.

 

F/O.

F/O.

F/O.

P/O.

P/O.

 

F/O.

F/S.

W/O.

W/O.

F/O.

 

P/O.

P/O.

F/O.

W/O.

F/S.

 

F/O.

F/S.

SGT.

W/O.

F/S.

 

F/O.

F/O.

SGT.

F/S.

SGT.

 

LT.

P/O.

F/O.

W/O.

W/O.

 

P/O.

P/O.

F/O.

F/O.

F/S.

 

P/O.

F/S.

SGT.

F/S.

SGT.

 

F/S.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

F/S.

W/O.

SGT.

W/O.

F/S.

 

SGT.

F/O.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/O.

F/S.

SGT.

F/O.

 

F/O.

F/O.

P/O.

F/S.

SGT.

 

S/L.

P/O.

F/O.

P/O.

F/S.

 

F/L.

F/O.

F/O.

W/O.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/O.

SGT.

F/O.

F/S.

 

F/O.

F/S.

F/O.

F/S.

SGT.

 

F/L.

F/O.

F/O.

F/S.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/S.

F/S.

F/S.

P/O.

 

F/O.

F/S.

F/O.

P/O.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/S.

SGT.

F/S.

SGT.

 

W/O.

F/O.

F/S.

F/S.

F/S.

 

F/S.

F/O.

F/S.

W/O.

F/S.

 

F/S.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

F/S.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

SGT.

F/O.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/O.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

 

F/O.

F/O.

SGT.

SGT.

SGT.

Name.

R.J.M. Bangay

C.O. Evans

E.C. Wood

J.G. Walters

A.D. Scott

 

J.R. Grice

W.J. Arnot

H.W. Hill

Dawson, J.B.A.

D.M. Spencer

 

D.S.C. Brierly

A.C. Fewster

G.D. Fourie

Foster, G.R.

Hillebrandt, R.C.

 

D.M. Matheson

N.J. Ingram

E.F. Dunn

E.J. Cleveland

J.G. Edwards

 

F.R. Spafford

Brown, H.G.W.

R.C. Cuthbert

Clotworthy, G.L.

I.G. Tubman

 

D. Robson

A.W.W. Nipper

D.E. Belt

Hambrooke, L.W.L.

Murphy, M.A.

 

R.P. Merritt

Mack, E.L.

Dolan, J.

Wright, E.

Sedman, T.W.

 

J.A.C. Rodgers

T.W. Cass

Marshall, E.

Wright E.

Leon A.H.

 

R.F. Schalit

N.R. Town

Udall, E.

Stewart, C.R.

Low, J.R.

 

Kirkham

E.C. Brown

D.H. Atkinson

M. Hand

Wood, G.

 

F.V. Houlgate

Hudson, W.G.G.

Eames, W.J.

Whittle, E.G.

Meech, H.J.

 

Narramore, R.W.H.

Giles, J.L.

Poynton, N.H.

Jaques, H.

Wootton, B.C.

 

Culling, C.W.

Baker, J.P.

Browne, F.N.E.

Bell, G.S.C.

Pope, E.D.

 

Williams, L.H.

W.G.H. Hunt

Mellor, C.

McAuley, J.

McKeown, M.T.

 

D.M. Campbell

D.F. Harris

McNeil, A.J.

Davis, E.

Lord Decies

 

A. Hudson

W.E. Bradley

E.A. Oxford

Linton, T.N.G.

Thomson, P.A.

 

J. Stewart

F.G.D. Wilkinson

J.A. Weston

R.F. Clarke

Grice, A.G.

 

T.M. Gay

J. Dickson

R.C. Booth

Totterdell, F.G.

Blancowe, D.J.

 

C.D. Lawson

A.L. Lodde

Dixon, F.

F.G. Berg

Courtis, C.J.

 

S.F. Maunder

Wood, H.

F.W. Hales

Humphrey, J.G.

Powell, H.T.M.

 

D.F. Liddle

H.W. Leach

F. Waldron

Hainey, T.

Stevens, D.T.

 

G.E.M. Fisher

Boddy, S.H.

Tidswell, N.C.

Lawrie, A.J.

K.S. Rasheed

 

H.W. McDonald

Frisman, M.

E.F. Siegal

F.A.J. Gore

Bull, R.W.C.

 

B.S. Murphy

Bagnall, R.J.

Hilborn, A.N.

John, G.

Spain, D.J.

 

Balmer, T.

V.C. Keay

Blight, E.C.

Kempton, J.

Archer, J.P.

 

Kirkman, N.J.

L.E.B. Swales

Whitehouse, N.T.

Lash, W.H.

Hewlings, D.E.

 

Marshall, R.D.

Stratford, A.A.

Chadwick, J.W.

Egerton, J.

Ward, E.W.

 

Hincks, E.D.

Huckfield, R.L.

Fletcher, H.

Smith, J.P.

Garnham, N.J.

 

Parker, A.F.

F. Foster

Cherrington, H.D.

Hales, R.G.

McCann, P.

 

F.J. Mortimore

J.W. Bradstock

Klatt, H.W.

Marcham, J.

Robertson, P.

 

G.A. Mombrun

J.E. Brough

Flannigan, C.

Rawlings, R.F.

Johnson, K.E.

Duty.

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

 

Pilot

Nav.'B'

A/B.

W/Op.

A/G.

Nationality.

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

R.C.A.F.

 

British

R.A.A.F.

British

    "

    "

 

R.C.A.F.

British

R.C.A.F.

British

R.C.A.F.

 

R.C.A.F.

British

R.C.A.F.

R.Z.A.F.

R.C.A.F.

 

British

    "

R.C.A.F.

      "

NFD.

 

British

R.A.A.F.

British

R.C.A.F.

British

 

R.A.A.F.

British

R.C.A.F.

British

    "

 

U.S.A.A.F.

R.A.A.F.

R.C.A.F.

R.A.A.F.

R.C.A.F.

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

R.C.A.F.

British

R.A.A.F.

British

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

N.Z.A.F.

British

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

R.A.A.F.

 

R.C.A.F.

      "

      "

British

R.C.A.F.

 

British

    "

R.C.A.F.

British

    "

 

R.C.A.F.

British

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

R.A.A.F.

R.C.A.F.

British

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "

 

R.C.A.F.

British

    "

    "

    "

 

British

R.C.A.F.

      "

British

    "

 

British

    "

    "

    "

    "