John Eppel's flying log book



John Eppel's flying log book


Flying log book for John W Eppel, navigator, covering the period from 12 May 1944 to 12 June 1945, detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Worksop, RAF Blyton, RAF Hemswell, RAF North Killingholme, RAF Bitteswell and RAF Nuneaton. Aircraft flown in were, Anson, Battle, Werraway, Wellington, Halifax and Lancaster. He flew a total of 31 operations with 550 squadron, 12 daylight and 19 night operations. His pilot on operations was Pilot Officer Harris. Targets were Frankfurt, Steenwyjk, Escelle, Neuss, Coquelles, Cap Griz-Nez, Calais, Saarbrucken, Emmerich, Fort Frederik Henrik, Duisberg, Stuttgart, Essen, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Bochum, Wanne Eickel, Duren, Aschaffenburg, Frieburg, Dortmund, Urft Dam, Merseburg, Buer, Hannover and Munich.



One booklet


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