Thomas Payne's Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot’s Flying Log Book



Thomas Payne's Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot’s Flying Log Book


T P Payne’s pilot’s flying log book covering the period from 9 November 1942 to 19 April 1953. Detailing his flying training as a pilot. He was stationed at RAF Brough (4 EFTS), RCAF Neepawa (35 EFTS), RCAF Swift Current (39 SFTS), RAF Perth (11 EFTS), RAF Feltwell (3 LFS), RAF Cambridge (22 EFTS), RAF Kidlington (20 PAFU), RAF Feltwell (1519 BAT Flt), RAF Wing (26 OTU), RAF Little Horwood (26 OTU), RAF North Luffenham (1653 HCU), RAF Tuddenham (90 Squadron), RAF Mildenhall (15 Squadron), RAF Lulsgate Bottom (7 FIS), RAF Panshangar (1 Reserve FS), RAF Lichfield (104 FRS), RAF Waddington. Aircraft flown in were Tiger Moth, Oxford, Wellington, Lancaster, Chipmunk and Lincoln. He joined operational squadron just after hostilities ceased and flew a number of Cook's Tours flights.



One booklet


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Great Britain. Royal Air Force, “Thomas Payne's Royal Canadian Air Force Pilot’s Flying Log Book,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed April 22, 2024,

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