Ken Souter's pilot's flying log book. Two



Ken Souter's pilot's flying log book. Two


Pilot's flying log book. Two, for Ken Souter. Covering the period from 27 March 1951 to 24 March 1958. Detailing his flying training, flying duties with 83 and 150 Squadron and operations flown. He was stationed at 230 Operational Conversion Unit RAF Scampton, 83 and 150 Squadron RAF Hemswell, RAF Changi, No.4 Flying Training School RAF Worksop, Bomber Command Bombing School RAF Lindholme, 231 Operational Conversion Unit RAF Bassingbourn and 61 Squadron RAF Upwood. Aircraft flown in were Lincoln, Anson, Chipmunk, Tiger Moth, Oxford, Lancaster, Meteor, Varsity, Wellington, Consul, Vampire, Valetta, Devon, Canberra, and Beverley. He flew 13 daylight operations with 83 squadron during the Malayan emergency. Targets are unidentified. He also flew several low level flights for the making of The Dam Busters film.




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