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The names of Cyril Goff's crew.
‘Uncle Cyril Crew.
P.O CC Goff
Sgt EG Burnett
Sgt PE Duckers
FS WE Haslam
Sgt JG Smith
Sgt JW Sutherland’.

LGoffCC746538v1.pdf
Pilot’s flying log book for Pilot Officer Cyril Charles Goff from 24 February 1942 to 18 October 1943, detailing training schedule and operations flown. Served at RAF Waltham. Aircraft flown were Lancaster and Whitley. He carried out a total of 13…

BWynnDWynnIAv1.pdf
An album book containing: 1. Photographs of Ian Wynn, his family and his first crew captain. 2. A history of his first captain. 3. Letter of sympathy and memorial scroll. 4. A diary of events from joining the air force up to first operation fully…

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Relates that Petts family lived in the bungalow during The Second World War. Mentions that two brothers of family were killed in action. Flight Sergeant John Russel Petts of 138 Squadron was killed on operations in Whitley V on 28 December 1941. His…

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Contains personal information and postings/locations from joining to discharge on 28 February 1947. Notes that he was reported missing on 27 August 1940, was subsequently interned in Tunisia. Notes he was recommended for commission.

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Announcement that the King has approved the following awards in recognition of gallantry and devotion to duty in the execution of air operations. Lists for Distinguished Flying Cross, Distinguished Flying Medal and Royal Australian Air Force…

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Lists award of sixty-nine D.F.Cs and thirty D.F.Ms. Includes Pilot Officer J D Hudson.

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Six airmen standing underneath the nose of Lancaster 'Abel Mabel' after its 100th operation at RAF Waltham. One airman is wearing a Mae West lifejacket.

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Seven aircrew in Mae Wests standing at the rear of a Lancaster.

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A Lancaster with a 4000 lb bomb on a bomb trolley underneath.

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RAF Grimsby was in Lincolnshire three and a half miles south from Grimsby. Construction began as a small civil airport for the town, called Waltham, in 1937, and it opened that year, grass-surfaced. In June 1938 25 Elementary and Reserve Flying…

RAF Elsham Wolds was in North Lincolnshire, eight miles east of Scunthorpe. Construction of began in autumn 1940 and three concrete runways were laid. As part of 1 Group Bomber Command, 103 Squadron moved there in July 1941 with Wellingtons and…

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Thomas Carroll grew up in Yorkshire and became a cashier for a mining company. He joined the Royal Air Force and flew operations as a flight engineer with 100 and 626 Squadrons. After the war, he retrained as an air traffic control officer in Germany…

MCarrR[Ser#-DoB]-150527-01.pdf
The report describes how Ron Carr and his crew baled out over Switzerland after their aircraft was badly damaged by anti-aircraft fire en route to Augsburg. He was arrested but eventually transported back to the UK via Paris, Madrid and Gibraltar.
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