Jackson, Roy

Title

Jackson, Roy
R Jackson

Description

Nine items. The collection concerns Roy Jackson (1098586, Royal Air Force) and contains his log book, telegrams, letters and an air gunner's brevet. He flew operations as a an air gunner with 620 Squadron and was killed 23 June 1943.

The collection has been donated to the IBCC Digital Archive by S Burn and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.

Additional information on Roy Jackson is available via theIBCC Losses Database.

Date

2016-06-23

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Rights

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Identifier

Jackson, R

Collection Items

Air gunner's brevet
Two air gunner's brevets

Notification of death
Certifies that Roy Jackson RAFVR was missing and presumed to have lost his life on 23 June 1943 as a result of air operations.

Letter to Roy Jackson's father from RAF casualty branch
Confirms telegram in which he was informed that his son was missing from air operations on night 22/23 June 1943 when a Stirling aircraft in which he was flying as rear gunner set out for action and was not heard from again..

Letter to Roy Jackson's father from RAF director of personal services
Encloses certified notifications of his son's death.

Letter to Roy Jackson's father from committee of adjustments officer
Offers sympathy for his loss and was enclosing some small personal effects.

Letter to Roy Jackson's father from OC 620 Squadron
Offers sympathy over news that his son was missing from operations.

Roy Jackson's RAF Observer’s and Air Gunner’s flying log book
L Jackson’s air gunner’s flying log book covering the period from 4 January 1943 to 22 June 1943.
Detailing his flying training and operations flown as air gunner. He was stationed at RAF Morpeth (4 AGS), RAF Chipping Warden (12 OTU), RAF Marham…

Telegram to Roy Jackson's father from the Air Ministry
Informs him that his son is reported missing from air operations. Enquiries being made through red cross and any further information will be communicated immediately.
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