Mieczysław Stachiewicz's RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book



Mieczysław Stachiewicz's RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book


Pilot Officer Mieczysław Stachiewicz's RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book from 11 June 1941 to 21 November 1942 detailing his training and operations as a pilot. He was stationed at RAF Peterborough (No. 25 (Polish) Elementary Flying Training School), RAF Newton (No. 16 (Polish) Service Flying Training School), RAF Bramcote (No. 18 (Polish) Operational Training Unit) and RAF Hemswell (No. 301 Polish Squadron). Aircraft in which flown: Tiger Moth, Oxford, Wellington IC and Wellington IV.
Records a total of 31 night operations (2 noted as “Duties Not Carried Out” and 4 noted as ‘return to base’ for various reasons). Targets in France, Germany and Italy were: Bremen, Cologne, Dieppe, Duisberg, Emden, Essen, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Kassel, Kiel, Osnabruck, Saarbrucken, St Nazaire, Stuttgart, Turin and Wilhelmshaven. His first or second pilots on operations were Sergeant Hur, Squadron Leader Pazyczka and Flying Officer Krasinski. Several operations are described as ‘mine laying’ or ‘gardening’ without a specific target noted.



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Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “Mieczysław Stachiewicz's RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 16, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/18978.

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