Ronald Hickey - Royal Australian Air Force flying log book. One



Ronald Hickey - Royal Australian Air Force flying log book. One


Royal Australian Air Force flying log book for Ronald Hickey, pilot. Covers the period from 9 August 1942 to 23 August 1950. It details his training, Bomber Command operations, flights in Transport Command and post-war civilian flying. He was based at RAF Hullavington, RAF South Cerney, RAF Babdown Farm, RAF Church Broughton, RAF Marston Moor and RAF Driffield. Aircraft flown were Tiger Moth, Anson, Oxford, Wellington, Halifax and C-47 Dakota. With 466 Squadron and 462 Squadron he flew 35 operations. Targets were Bois de la Halle, Vaires, Ardouval, Les Catelliers, Wanne Eickel, Foret de Nieppe, Caen, Coqures, Etaples, Brunswick, Eindhoven, Kiel, Sterkrade, Watten, Homberg, La Pourchinte, Soesterberg, Le Havre, Gelsenkirchen, Nordstern, Boulogne, Kleve, Bochum, Duisburg, Willhemshaven, Cologne and Dusseldorf. First or second pilots on ‘second dickie’ operations were Pilot Officer Wilson, Flight Lieutenant Black,  and Pilot Officer Boys.

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