Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. Two

LLancasterJO103509v2.pdf

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Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. Two

Description

Pilots flying log book for J O Lancaster, covering the period from 17 September 1943 to 31 May1950. Detailing his duties as a flying instructor, Test pilot with Aeroplane and Armament Experimental Establishment, Empire Test pilots School, discharged on 13 March 1946 he flew as test pilot with Bolton Paul Aircraft Ltd, Saunders-Roe Ltd and Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft Ltd. He was stationed at RAF Binbrook, MOD Boscombe Down, Wolverhampton, Isle of Wight, RAF Pembroke Dock and Coventry. Aircraft flown were Wellington, Martinet, Tiger Moth, Lancaster, Spitfire, Skua, Mitchell, Hampden, Defiant, Anson, Beaufort, Avenger, Ventura, Barracuda, Boston, Liberator, Halifax, Marauder, Hurricane, Typhoon, Vengeance, Sea Otter, Buckingham, Blenheim, Mosquito, Firefly, Black Widow, Beaufighter, Swordfish, Warwick, Stirling, Albacore, York, Auster, Fortress, Lincoln, Harvard, Tempest, Oxford, Hudson, Meteor, Albemarle, Traveller, Siebel, ME410, Sunderland, Aerovan, Mercury, Dakota.

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IBCC Digital Archive

Contributor

MIke Connock

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One booklet

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LLancasterJO103509v2

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Citation

Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. Two,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed August 5, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/23212.

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