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315 Squadron (P) Mustang III FB398 PK-A Fl/Lt. Henryk Stefankiewicz
Date: 22nd June 1944
Unit: No. 315 Squadron (Polish)
Type: Mustang III
Location: Cherbourg, France.
Pilot: Fl/Lt. Henryk Stefankiewicz P-0564 PAF Age 26. Killed
REASON FOR LOSS:
Attacking ground targets in the Cherbourg area and at around 13.30 hrs shot down by enemy flak, south of Cherbourg. His aircraft was found on the 30th June 1944.
Above Fl/Lt. Henryk Stefankiewicz and FB398 PK-A
Fl/Lt. Henryk Stefankiewicz. Bayeux Cemetery. Born in Warsaw, Poland on the 16th July 1918. Brother of Eugeniusza Stefankiewicza.
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