George Warren’s observer’s and air gunner’s flying log book



George Warren’s observer’s and air gunner’s flying log book


Observer’s and air gunner’s flying log book for G C Warren, navigator, covering the period from 25 August 1943 to 16 March 1945, when he failed to return from an operation to Nuremburg. He was stationed at SAAF Port Elizabeth, SAAF East London, RAF Millom, RAF Peplow, RAF Sandtoft, RAF Hemswell, and RAF Wickenby. Aircraft flown in were Anson, Audax, Hind, Wellington, Halifax, and Lancaster. He flew a total of 19 operations with 626 squadron, 2 Daylight and 17 night operations. His pilot on operations was Flying Officer Cox. Targets were Essen, Ludwigshafen, Ulm, Bonn, Gelsenkirchen, Munich, Wiesbaden, Cleves, Dresden, Chemnitz, Duisburg, Pforzheim, Dessau, Kassel, Dortmund, and Nuremburg.



One booklet


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