Warner, Jack

Title

Warner, Jack
J Warner

Description

Ten items. An oral history interview with Flying Officer Jack Warner DFM (b. 1923, 183090, 1623709 Royal Air Force) his log book, his memoir, a newspaper cutting and photographs. He completed a tour of 37 operations as a flight engineer with 428 Squadron.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Jack Warner and catalogued by Nigel Huckins.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

2016-04-01

Rights

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Identifier

Warner, J

Collection Items

Jack Warner
Head and shoulders portrait of an airman wearing tunic with flight engineer brevet and sergeants stripes. Submitted with caption 'Jack with his Flight Engineers Wings'. Additional information about this item was kindly provided by the donor.

Halifax E Easy
Album page with eight black and white photographs various orientations. Captioned 'E Easy - they did 25 Operations in this Halifax'.
Top, Halifax bomber, ladder present against port wing at least two ground crew present.
Upper-mid-left photograph,…

End of 37 operation tour
Seven aircrew standing in line front of a Halifax. Title '1943/44, End of Tour of 37 ops, official RAF Photograph'. Captioned ' Norman - navigator, John - pilot, Vic - bomb aimer, Arthur - rear gunner, Jack - flight engineer, George - mid upper…

Brian Wilkinson and Jack Warner
Head and shoulders portrait of two airmen with Jack Warner on the right with flight engineer brevet. Submitted with caption 'Jack and a school friend, Brian Wilkinson - mentioned in the recording, 5 from the same class all joined the RAF'. Additional…

Jack Warner escape pack photographs
Three full face portraits, left side, head on and right side. All submitted with caption; “Three of him from his "escape pack" for use if he needed documents forging, should he be shot down”. Additional information about this item was kindly…

Jack Warner
Head and shoulders portrait photograph of Jack Warner, in RAF Sergeant’s uniform, engineer brevet, submitted with caption; “Jack in the early days of the war”. Additional information about this item was kindly provided by the donor.

Lindley brothers in collision
Newspaper account of Flying Officer Jack Warner and his brother Geoffrey being involved in a accident where their motorcycle was in collision with a motor van.

Jack Warner's account of first ten operations
First operation to Montluçon 15 September 1943. Briefed as easy trip with little opposition. Arrived early and waited for pathfinders, bombed from 8000 ft. Wing Commander Smith missing from operation reported hit by bombs. Operation 2, Mondane 16…

Jack Warner’s navigator's, air bomber's and air gunner's flying log book
Navigator's, air bomber's and air gunner's flying log book for Jack Warner, flight engineer. Covering the period from 2 July 1943 to 28 January 1945. Detailing his flying training and operations flown. He was stationed at RAF Topcliffe, RAF Leeming,…

Interview with Jack Warner
Jack Warner grew up in Huddersfield. He volunteered for the Royal Air Force and trained at RAF Filey and RAF St Athan. He completed a tour of 37 operations as a flight engineer with 428 Squadron from Middleton St George. On one mine laying…
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