Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. One

LLancasterJO103509v1.pdf

Title

Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. One

Description

Pilots flying log book for J O Lancaster covering the period from 6 July 1937 to 15 September 1943. Detailing his flying training, operations flown and instructor duties. He was stationed at RAF Sywell, RAF Anstey, RAF Desford, RAF Sealand, RAF Ternhill, RAF Lossiemouth, RAF Wyton, RAF Wellesbourne Mountford, RAF Upavon, RAF Wymeswold, RAF Kirmington, RAF Wickenby and RAF Binbrook. Aircraft flown were Tiger Moth, Cadet, Hart, Audax, Master, Wellington, Bombay, Oxford, Stirling, Magister, Lancaster, Whitley, Halifax, Martinet, Skua and Spitfire. He flew a total of 54 operations, 31 with 40 squadron 1 daylight and 30 night, 2 night operations with 22 operational training unit and 21 night operations with 12 squadron. Targets were Calais, Hamburg, Hannover, Atlantic, Dusseldorf, Cologne, Cherbourg, Brest, Munster, Osnabruck, Mannheim, Duisburg, Frankfurt, Berlin, Turin, Stettin, Rotterdam, Emden, Nurnberg, Essen, St Nazaire, Terschelling, Haugesund Fiord, Lorient, Wilhelmshaven, Bremen, Munich and Spezia.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Contributor

Mike Connock

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One booklet

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LLancasterJO103509v1

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Citation

Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “Jo Lancaster’s pilots flying log book. One,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 24, 2020, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/23213.

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