List of Gordon Catling's operations with 50 squadron

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List of Gordon Catling's operations with 50 squadron

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Notes that he was posted to 50 Squadron on 2nd November 1944. Then lists 29 operations flown by Lancaster crew including Gordon Catling from Royal Air Force Skellingthorpe between November 1944 and April 1945. First operation flown as co-pilot on another crew and the remaining 28 with same crew to targets which include those in Germany, Norway, Poland, France and Belgium. Caption 'List of my operations with 50 Sqn taken from ORBs 70895'

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LIST OF MY OPERATIONS WITH 50 SQUADRON TAKEN FROM O.R.B.’S 70895
Mr B.G. Catling Posted to R.A.F. Skellingthorpe 2nd November 1944.

6th November 1944 – F/O Danyluk, Flew as second pilot with F/O W.H. McEachem. [underlined]BOMBING ATTACK ON GRAVENHORST[/underlined]

16th November 1944 – Lanc.I NF922 – F/O W.W. Danyluk – Sgt J. Craig – Sgt G.F. Tyce – Sgt C.T. Robinson – Sgt G.G. Robinson – Sgt J.E. Bridger – Sgt B.G. Catling.

Bombing 12.29 17.25 [underlined]BOMBING ATTACK ON DUREN[/underlined] Primary Target attacked at 15.26 Hrs from 12,500 ft No Cloud Good Vis. Target identified by. Bombed centre of marshalling yard as instructed. Extremely concentrated attack. Well carried out. N/T filled. Sortie completed.

21/22nd November 1944 – Lanc.I NF922 - – F/O W.W. Danyluk – Sgt J. Craig – Sgt G.F. Tyce – Sgt C.T. Robinson – Sgt G.G. Robinson – Sgt J.E. Bridger – Sgt B.G. Catling.

Bombing 17.22 23.59 [underlined]BOMBING ATTACK ON DORTMUND-EMS-CANAL LADBERGEN[/underlined] Primary Target attacked 21.04 Hrs from 4,000 ft 6/10 Cloud at 4.500 ft Good Vis. Identified Target by R.T.I.’s Bombed centre two R.T.I.’s. Target well bombed A successful raid. N/T filled Sortie Completed.

22/23rd November 1944 – Lanc.1 NF922 – F/O W.W. Danyluk – Sgt J Craig – Sgt G.F. Tyce – Sgt C.T. Robinson – Sgt J.E. Bridger – Sgt B.G. Catling.

Bombing 15.35 2.19 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON TRONDHEIM [/underlined]
Target not attacked. Received message over V.H.F. NOT TO BOMB. No cloud. Good vis. 63.07N, 03.28E 22.00 hrs, 10,000. 2 x ANM 65 TD.025 Jettisoned in order to conserve petrol. Remainder returned to base. Unsuccessful raid. N/T filled. Sortie Completed.

26/27th November 1944 – Lanc.III. – F/L W.W. Danyluk – Sgt. J. Craig – Sgt G.F. Tyce – Sgt C.T. Robinson – Sgt G.G. Robinson – Sgt J.E. Bridger – Sgt B.G.Catling.

Bombing 23.14 08.25 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON MUNICH [/underlined]
Target not attacked. Reached position “D” at correct height. But only with great difficulty. Could not maintain height without too much boost. When at 47.03N, 0920E decided to turn back as target could not be reached in time. All bombs returned to base. Both inner engine lacked power and were running very roughly. Loran carried. Sortie completed.

17th December 1944 – Lanc.1 NG127 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce -1626571 Sgt C.T.Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.27 02.23 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON MUNICH [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 22.05 hours from 12,500ft. No cloud. Vis hazy. Target identified by red T.I. and built up area. Bombed red T.I. and 16 second delay as ordered. Very good attack. Bombing concentrated. Route marker not seen Munich was burning fiercely, and could be seen for about 40 miles on route out. ULM burning nicely. Loran. N/T filled. Sortie completed.

18th December 1944 – Lanc.I. LM296 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 17.15 02.59 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON GDYNIA (B) [/underlined]
Primary target attacked at 22.07 hours from 22,500ft. No cloud. Good vis. Target identified by red and green T.I.’s Bombed red T.I. as instructed by controller. Marker were not spaced at 100 yards intervals. Most of the bombs appeared to drop in the water. Only one stick seen to fall across the jetty. Very good controlling. Fairly good attack. Loran. Sortie completed.

27th December 1944 – Lanc.i. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 12.13 17.55 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON RHEYDT [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 15.04 hours from 17,500ft. Very good vis. Slightly hazy. Target identified visually and by R/T control from Master Bomber. Bombed smoke. Bombed centre of smoke on instruction from M/B. Smoke rising in huge brown clouds to 5,000ft. Identified M/T and Autobhan on run up to the target. Gaggle information was very poor. Unable to find formation leader. Successful attack.

1st January 1945 – Lanc.I. NG177 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 07.30 14.35 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON DORTMUND-EMS-CANAL. LADBERGEN (DAYLIG[sic]) [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 11.19 hours from 11,500ft. Clear target identified visually and by T.I. markers. Bombed red T.I. Bombs seen to fall into canal. Very good trip. Bombing well concentrated. Flak holes in windscreen, fuselage, mid upper turret and tail plane. Large hole above the No. 3 tank – 52.03W, 07.28E. 11.12 hrs. 11,500ft. Loran. N/T filled. Sortie completed.

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4th January 1945 – Lanc.I. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 01.00 07.42 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON ROYAN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 04.04 hrs hours from 8,500ft. No cloud, good vis. Target identified by two concentrations of red T.I.’s as instructed. Not many bombs seen to burst in the correct area, some seen to fall in the estuary. Camera run spoilt by aircraft running in on reciprocal at same height. Our aircraft was tilted to starboard as we turned away. Loran. N/T filled. Sortie completed.

5th January 1945 – Lanc.I. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 00.51 0614 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON HOUFFALIZE [/underlined] Primary Target not attacked. 10/10th transparent cloud. 5,000ft. Vis good. Target identified by red and green T.I. GEE. T.I.’s were well grouped but we waited for Master Bomber to give us permission to bomb. He went down to assess the markers and was not heard again. Some bombing was in progress. 1x4000NC. Jettisined [sic] at 53.58N. 01.55E. 05.26 hrs 12,500ft to lighten aircraft. Loran. N/T filled. Sortie completed.

7th January 1945 – Lanc.I. NG271 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt. J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt GF Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.48 02.27 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON MUNICH [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 20.36 hours from 20,000 ft. Patches of thin cloud at 18/20,000 ft. Haze below. Target identified by red and green T.I. Bombed M.P.I. of G.T.I. as instructed. Overshooting by 15 secs. Bombing very concentrated. Target burning well. Glow seen 100 miles away. Column of black smoke seen rising to 15,000 ft. from a fire N.W. of town. Very good attack and well concentrated. Fires could be seen 75-90 miles away. Loran. Sortie completed.

13th January 1945 – Lanc.I. NG271 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt. J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F.Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E.Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.46 03.27 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON POLITZ [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 22.24 hours from 13,750 ft. No cloud. Slight haze. Target identified by red and green T.I.’s Bombed centre of concentration of red with two greens as instructed. Large explosion at 22.23 hrs. with pall of black smoke. On leaving target spasmodic flashes seen coming from POLITZ. Target 2224 ½ hrs. 15750 ft. Hit in fuselage close to Navigators compartment and engineers panel. Port Inner engine cut out over target, then picked up again. Port Outer feathered and returned on 3 engines – intercom knocked out. Photograph might be spoilt by evasive action taken because of flak attack. Aircraft was tilted to starboard. Loran P.B. Sortie completed.

1st February 1945 – Lanc.I. SW253 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.11 22.56 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON SEIGEN 2 [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 19.21 hours from 10,250 ft. 10/10THS Cloud. Good vis. Target identified by glow of T.I.’s Bombed glow of red T.I.’s as ordered. Bomb bursts concentrated Target 19.21 ½ hrs. 10250 ft. Hit by incendries[sic] from friendly aircraft. Attack looked fairly successful. Loran N/T filled. P.B. Sortie completed. Landed at Horsham St. Faith.

7th February 1945 – Lanc.I. NG385 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G F Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 20.57 03.11 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON DORTMUND-EMS-CANAL. LADBERGEN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 00.01 hours from 11,500 ft. 10/10th’s cloud. Tops 8,000 ft. Good vis. Target identified by green T.I.’s Bombed centre of three green T.I.’s. No results seen. Attack not assessable due to cloud cover. Flares and marking scattered. Loran. Sortie completed.

8th February 1945 – Lanc.I. SW262 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F.Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.53 02.12 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON POLITZ [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 21.17 hours from 11,500 ft. No cloud. Slight haze. Good vis. Target identified by red and green T.I.’s and visually. Bombed red T.I. with 13 second overshoot as instructed. Marking correctly placed. Controlling good. Bombs overshooting according to plan. Many large explosions in the target. Extremely large one seen at 21.15 hrs. Very good attack. Loran P.B. Sortie completed.

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13th February 1945 – Lanc.I. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling
Bombing 17.45 03.59 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON DRESDEN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 22.15 hours from 13,250 ft. 10/10ths cloud, tops 8,000 ft. Layer of medium, base 16,000 ft. Target identified by red T.I.’s Bombed glow of red T.I.’s overshooting by 10 seconds. Bombs appeared to be bursting in correct sector or overshooting the markers. Glow of fires could be seen over 100 miles away. Attack went quite well except for cloud cover. Some precautions should be taken as to aircraft jettisoning incendiaries on route home. Our route home was marked for some 200 miles because of this. Loran N/T filled P.B. Sortie completed.

14th February 1945 – Lanc.I. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 17.02 02.25 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON ROSITZ [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 22.02 hours from 9,500 ft. 8/10ths cloud at 12,000 ft. Target identified by glow of red T.I.’s. Bombed 300 yards to right of T.I.’s as ordered by bombing Leader as bomb sight partially u/s. A/P judged in relation to T.I.’s. One big explosion at 2103 hrs. Pressure for computer of bomb sight fluctuating. Bombing was hindered by weather and cloud base. Other attack on CHEMNITZ was burning beautifully. Loran N/T filled. Sortie completed.

19th February 1945 – Lanc.I. NF922 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 23.44 07.54 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON BOHLEN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 04.22 hours from 11,500 ft. 10/10ths cloud at 10,500 ft. Target identified by red glow a mile wide. Bombed centre of glow. No results seen. Some big explosions before and after bombing. Weather made attack complete failure. Nil. Sortie completed.

21st February 1945 – Lanc.I. NG271 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 17.11 23.59 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON MITTELAND CANAL GRAVENSHORST [/underlined] Primary target attacked on 20.39 hours from 10,250 ft. No cloud. Slight haze. Vis. Good. Target identified by R.T.I. Bend in Mitteland Canal seen. Bombed northern R.T.I. as instructed. No results observed. Very good attack. No weather trouble. Target was sighted visually. Should have excellent results. Nil. Sortie completed.

24th February 1945 – Lanc III. ME429 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 14.05 19.26 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON DORTMUND-EMS-CANAL. LADBERGEN-DAYLIG[sic] Target not attacked. Unable to identify owing to cloud. 10/10ths Cloud tops above 4,000’. Clean above except for slight cirrus. No visual identification possible. No T.I. No instructions received over V.H.F. (a) 3 x 1,000 MC jettisoned at 52.37N 03.37E. 9,000’ to reduce all up weight due to one defective engine. (b) 11 x 1,000 MC brought back to base. Fighter protection every good. Gaggle formation fairly good. Loran. Landed at Waddington. Sortie completed.

12th March 1945 – Lanc.I. NG918 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 13.08 19.02 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON DORTMUND – DAYLIGHT [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 16.48 hours from 15,000 ft. 10/10ths Sc at 6,000 ft. Target identified by blue and green smoke puffs. Bomber centre of blue and green smoke puffs as ordered. Brown smoke coming up through cloud. Aircraft was caught in slip-stream of aircraft in front and was tilted to starboard when camera was operated. Loran P.B. Sortie completed.

14th March 1945 – Lanc.III. ME441 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 16.58 02.55 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON LUTZKENDORF [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 22.05 hours from 8,750 ft. Medium cloud. Base 12,000 ft. Smoke and haze. Target identified by R.T.I.’s and Greens. Bomber glow of R.T.I. Concentrated attack many explosions and much smoke. 49.50N 11.00E 22.39 hrs. 7,000 ft. 1x4,000HC (TRIT) N INST. Jettisoned on defended locality due to hang up. Attack was good, photograph will be to port of target as attack by unseen aircraft (Tracer) came from port. Aircraft was dived to s/board. Loran. Aircraft landed at Chelveston. Sortie completed.

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16th March 1945 – Lanc.III. ME441 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 17.45 02.04 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON WURZBURG [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 21.34 hours from 9,750 ft. No cloud below. Cloud above with base around 14,000 ft. Good vis. Slightly hazey[sic]. Target identified by river and built up area. Red and Green T.I.’s. Bombed westerly edge of Red T.I. plus 24 seconds. Fires were starting, spreading all over area. 2 x 150 x 4lb incendiaries brought back to base owing to hang-up. Height was latered[sic] due to aircraft coming in to attack the southern target, otherwise o.k. Loran N/T filled P.B. Sortie completed.

22nd March 1945 – Lanc. III. Me429 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 11.36 16.20 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON BREMEN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 14.09 hours from 17,000 ft. Target identified visually. No cloud. Good vis. Bombed railway bridge. Centre of bridge received most of bomb bursts. 1x1,000lb MC emergency jettison at 53.08N 05.10E 14.57hrs 9,000ft. Owing to bomb dropping into bomb bay. Flak was heavy and fairly accurate, followed the aircraft gaggle by heights. Loran N/T Filled. P.B. Sortie completed.

27th March 1945 – Lanc. I. LM296 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 10.08 15.061/: [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON FARGE (DAYLIGHT) [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 13.00 hours from 17,500 ft. Clear over target. Slight haze. Good vis. Bomber A.P.5 explosions from 617 Sqdn. Target. Our gaggle leaders flew too closely together to allow good gaggle flying. Loran P.B. Sortie completed.

4th April 1945 – Lanc.I. PB739 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 05.47 12.37 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON NORDHAUSEN [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 09.17 hours from 15,000 ft. Clear patch over target. Good vis. Target identified visually. Bombed centre of smoke. Very good attack – extremely concentrated. Loran. P.B. Sortie completed.

7th April 1945 – Lanc.I. PB739 - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 17.54 02.30 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON MOLBIS [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 23.07 hours from 16,000 ft. Target identified by Red T.I.’s nearest primary Green T.I.’s. Hazey[sic] Bomber Red T.I. nearest Green. Attack should be successful. Loran. P.B. Aircraft landed at Westcott. Sortie completed.

9th April 1945 – Lanc 3. ME135 - - CanJ29225 F/O W.W.Danyluk – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – CanR186172 F/Sgt G.F. Tyce – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – CanR184774 F/Sgt G.G. Robinson – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – 3005381 Sgt B.G. Catling

Bombing 14.36 19.49 [underlined] BOMBING ATTACK ON HAMBURG [/underlined] Primary target attacked at 17.38 hours from 16,800 ft. No cloud. Slight haze. Vis. Good. Target identified visually. Yacht harbour clearly seen. Bomber approximate position of aiming point. Very concentrated and successful attack. Loran N/T filled. P.B. Sortie completed.

15/06/1945 – CanJ29225 F/O W.W. Danyuk – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base
15/06/1945 – 1595232 Sgt J. Craig – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base
15/06/1945 – CanR186172 W/O G F Tyce – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base
01/06/1945 – 1626571 F/Sgt C.T. Robinson – Posted out from Skellingthorpe to 207 Squadron
15/06/1945 – CanJ94663 P/O G.G. Robinson – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base (Also had No. J35156)
15/06/1945 – 1893586 Sgt J.E. Bridger – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base
15/06/1945 – 3005381 F/Sgt B.G. Catling – Posted out from Sturgate to 53 Base

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B G Catling, “List of Gordon Catling's operations with 50 squadron,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 26, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/939.

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