Paul Wilson's RAAF pilot's flying log book. One



Paul Wilson's RAAF pilot's flying log book. One


Flying Log Book for Paul Wilson, pilot. Covers period from 22 October 1942 to 28 March 1946 including his training, operations, Transport Command and post-war civilian flying in Australia. He was based at RAF Lulsgate Bottom, RAF Babdown Farm, RAF South Cerney, RAF Lichfield, RAF Marston Moor, RAF Leconfield and RAF Driffield. Aircraft flown were Tiger Moth, Anson, Oxford, Wellington, Halifax and C-47. Serving with 466 and 462 Squadrons he flew 41 operations: 16 night and 25 day. Targets were Ferme d'Urville, Amiens, Evrecy, Mimoyecques, Oiseont, Domleer, Ferme du Forestal, Landes, Paris, Ardouval, Les Catelliers, Stuttgart, Foret de Nieppe, Caen, May sur Orne, Falaise, Coqueraux, Dijon, Etaples, Brunswick, Eindhoven Kiel, Sterkrade, Soesterberg, Le Havre, Gelsenkirchen, Calais, Hanover, Essen, Oostrappelle and Westkappelle. 

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