Donald Fraser's navigator's, air bomber's, air gunner's flying log book



Donald Fraser's navigator's, air bomber's, air gunner's flying log book


Navigator’s air bombers and air gunner’s flying log book for Donald Fraser DFM, flight engineer, covering the period from 17 July 1943 to 25 February 1946. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Lindholme, RAF Harrogate, RAF Bircham Newton, RAF St Athan, RAF Ludford Magna and RAF Ricall. Aircraft flown in were, Halifax, Lancaster I and III and Oxford. He flew a total of 29 night operations with 101 Squadron. Targets were, Leverkusen, Mönchengladbach, Berlin, Mannheim, Bochum, Munich, Hannover, Leipzig, Dusseldorf, Modane, Frankfurt, Stettin, Brunswick, Stuttgart, Schweinfurt and Augsburg. His pilot on operations was Pilot Officer Evans. The logbook also contains a pair of newspaper cuttings concerning Donald Fraser being awarded the Distinguished Flying Medal and a note signed by the Air Vice Marshal Commanding 1 Group for Donald Fraser’s award of the Distinguished Flying Medal.

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