George Ellams, Flying Log book



George Ellams, Flying Log book


Flying log book for George Ellams covering the period from 10 January 1942 to 30 June 1967. Detailing his flying training and operations flown. Also contains photographs and various RAF documents relating to his service, ranks, proficiency and decorations. He was stationed at RAF Dalcross (2 AGS), RAF Invergordon (4 (C)OTU), RAF Bathurst (95 Squadron), RAF Alness (4 (C)OTU), RAF Nassau (111 OTU), RAF Oulton (223 Squadron), RAF North Creake (199 Squadron). Aircraft flown in were Defiant, Lerwick, London, Sunderland, Dakota, Liberator, Stirling, Lancastrian, York, Mitchell, Lancaster, Lincoln, Varsity, Valetta, Chipmunk, Vampire, Britannia, Sycamore, Comet, Hastings, Twin Pioneer, Whirlwind, Nord 250, Atlas, Boussier, Devon, Bassett. He flew a total of 10 night-time and 1 daylight operation (total 11) with 199 Squadron, targets were Stuttgart, Metz, Verviers, Leeuwarden, Eindhoven, Liege, Trier, Krefeld. His pilots on operations were Flying officer Thompson, Flight Lieutenant Lind and Flight Lieutenant Corcut.



One booklet


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