Sergeant Bronisław Soltysiak’s RAF pilot’s flying log book



Sergeant Bronisław Soltysiak’s RAF pilot’s flying log book


Sergeant Bronisław Soltysiak’s RAF Pilot’s Flying Log Book from 4 September 1940 to 13 August 1942, detailing his training and operations as a pilot. He was stationed at RAF Carlisle (No. 15 Elementary Flying Training School), RAF Stormy Down (No. 7 Bombing & Gunnery School), RAF Bramcote (No. 18 Operational Training Unit) and RAF Lindholme (305 Polish Squadron). Aircraft in which flown: Magister, Battle, Wellington. Records a total of 21 night operations. Targets in France, Germany and Netherlands are: Boulogne, Bremen, Brest, Cherbourg, Cologne, Duisburg, Dunkirk, Emden, Essen, Hamburg, Kiel, Mannheim, Rotterdam and Wilhelmshaven. His pilots on his first ‘second dickie’ operations were Sergeant Engel, Flying Officer Sznidel and Sergeant Slotgsiak.



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