No 9 course air gunners

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Title

No 9 course air gunners

Description

Group portrait of 14 aircrew all with air gunner’s brevets formally arranged in three ranks, five seated, the rest standing. The man in the middle of the front row is wearing a peaked cap while the rest are in side caps. The group is in grass yard with two naked trees, outside a camouflaged barrack block. A board is marked 'No 9 Course Air Gunners', captioned 'O.T.U. Upper Heyford, November 1940'. On the reverse names with details of their fate and decoration awarded.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1940-11

Contributor

Cathie Hewitt

Rights

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Format

One b/w photograph

Language

Identifier

PWoolgarRLA1601
PWoolgarRLA1602

Temporal Coverage

Transcription

David Meikle
Herbert V. Lambourne
John N. G. Tilley
Kenneth S. Campbell Missing, believed killed, March 26TH, 1941. (Kiel raid)
J K Elliot
Frank Baker
Harold Simons
Joe Walton Missing, believed killed, July 1941
Charles Hill
J Payne
Joe Miller
J Arthur Bott
John Wilfred Hall Killed at Lindholme, July 1941. N.F.T.
[inserted] W G. McCormack D.F.M. [/inserted]

Collection

Citation

“No 9 course air gunners,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed November 13, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/845.

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