Maurice Cecil Stimpson’s pilot’s flying log book. One



Maurice Cecil Stimpson’s pilot’s flying log book. One


Pilot’s flying log book for Maurice Cecil Stimpson, covering the period from 19 December 1941 to 30 July 1943. Detailing his flying training and operation flown. He was stationed at RAF Perth, USAAC Alabany, USAAC Moody Field, RAF Little Rissington, RAF Seighford, RAF Windrush, RAF Chipping Warden, RAF Blyton, RAF Hixon, RAF Lindholme and RAF Warboys. Aircraft flown in were Tiger Moth, Stearman PT17, Vultee BT13a, Beechcraft BT10, Curtiss AT9, Oxford, Wellington, Halifax and Lancaster. He flew one operation with 30 Operational Training Unit and 2 operations with 156 squadron. Targets were Brest and Hamburg. His pilots for his first 'second dickie' operations were Sergeant Overton and Pilot Officer Sullivan.



One booklet


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