Ronald Bailey's flying log book



Ronald Bailey's flying log book


Flying log book for Ronald Bailey, flight engineer, covering the period from 5 May 1944 to 26 October 1946. Detailing his flying training operations flown and post war flying. He was stationed at RAF Wombelton, RAF Tholthorpe, RAF Lissett, RAF Stradishall and RAF Tuddenham. Aircraft flown in were, Halifax, Stirling and Lancaster. He flew 34 operations with 425 squadron, 22 daylight and 12 night operations. Targets were, Foret de Eawy, Biennais, Caen, Thiverny, Nucourt, Hamburg, Amay sur Seulles, Œuf-en-Ternois, Foret de Nieppe, Bois de Cassan, St Leu D’Esserent, Foret de Chantilly, La Pallice, Brussels, Kiel, Brest, Mimoyecques, Cezaimbre, Volkel, Le Havre, Castrop Rauxel, Wanne Eickel, Calais, Bottrop, Cap Gris Nez, Sterkrade and Dortmund. His pilot on operations was Pilot Officer Poirier.



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