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#Name*First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir ForceCommandUnitDateofIncident *See NoteAircraftTypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
1 MackenzieN A FWarrant Officer Class 2RCAFBomber Command49Sqn
1944-04-26LancasterILL908EA-HFiskerton2139SchweinfurtCrashed Ugny-sur-Meuse {Meuse}KilledUgny-sur-Meuse Communal Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
2 MacKenzieNorman AngusSergeantR/86313PilotRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information KilledDishforth Cemetery Grave 19 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
3 MackenzieWarren EllwoodWarrant Officer Class 2R6519316th March 1913 in Durham, Nova ScotiaCanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command419 (Moose) Sqn, RCAF
1944-01-20HalifaxIIDT731VR:MMiddleton St George15:54BerlinDT731 was claimed as a probable by Maj. Heinrich Prinz zu Sayn-Wittgenstein, his 76th Abschuss, from Stab NJG2 near Berlin at 19:25 - 19:35 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 15 March 1944) Part 1 - Theo Boiten)PoW No 874, Stalag Luft 3/ Killed by friendly fireBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery 6.B.21Paradie Archive DatabaseOn the 19th April 1945 Typhoons strafed a PoW column near Gresse and amongst the many victims was WO1 MacKenzie. He was initially buried in the Communal Cemetery at Gresse

Son of David Ellwood and Catherine (née MacDonald) MacKenzie from Nova Scotia, Canada. His father predeceased him November 1937
4 MacKenzieJ DFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1943-02-03HalifaxIIDT630VR-TMiddleton St George1834HamburgCrashed at Sleen HollandKilledSleen General Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
5 MacKenzieA GWarrant Officer Class 1R/78574CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1943-08-31HalifaxIIJD331VR-KMiddleton St George1946BerlinShot Down by a night-fighter and crashed at Hillentrup, 7 Km ENE of LemgoPoW No. 222619, Stalag 4B, Muhlberg (Elbe) Paradie Archive Database
6 MackenzieH EFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command420Sqn RCAF
1945-03-05Halifax IIINP959PT-NTholthorpe1630ChemnitzPoW Paradie Archive Database
7 MacKenzieM MLeading AircraftmanRCAFBomber Command425Sqn RCAF
1944-06-28HalifaxIIILM680KW-UGroundHit by aircraft which was landingInjured Paradie Archive DatabaseFirst French Canadian squadron
8 MacKenzieD AFlight SergeantR143462RCAFBomber Command426Sqn RCAF
1943-06-11WellingtonXHZ261OW-Dishforth2314Dusseldorf?KilledRunnymedeParadie Archive Database
9 MacKenzieA EPilot OfficerRCAFBomber Command428Sqn RCAF
1943-11-03HalifaxVLK954NA-EMiddleton St George1647DusseldorfCrashed South Kyme LincsKilledCambridge City Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
10 MacKenzieJohnFlight SergeantR208648CanadianWireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command428 (Ghost) Sqn RCAF
1945-03-22LancasterXKB777NA:VMiddleton St George10:47HildesheimSee Archive Report for detailsMurderedRunnymede Memorial Panel 280Paradie Archive Database
11 MackenzieD VLeading AircraftmanRCAFBomber Command432Sqn RCAF
1944-12-04HalifaxIIILW614QO-SRAF East Moor, YorkshireTrainingEngine failure - Crashed near HacknessKilledParadie Archive DatabaseFor brief details: Read Archive Report
12 MackenzieJ IFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command214Sqn
1943-02-03StirlingIR9197BU-VChedburgh1837HamburgCrashed SSE of Amersfoort HollandKilledOud Leusden Amersfoort Paradie Archive Database
13 MackenzieHugh FraserPilot Officer NavigatorJ/85814RCAFBomber Command9Sqn
1944-05-03LancasterILL787WS-YRAF Bardney, Lincolnshire2152Mailly-le-CampCrashed NormeeKilledNormen Churchyard. Coll. Grave 1 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
14 MackenzieKenneth AlexanderFlying OfficerJ/5050PilotDFC

RCAFBomber Command9Sqn
1942-11-07LancasterIR5916WS-RRAF Waddington, Lincolnshire1746Genoa, Italy Collided with another Lancaster over base. Both aircraft crashed KilledLincoln (Newport) Cemetery - Section H. Grave No. 316 North
Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
15 MackenzieM WSergeant1355437Bomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1943-03-11HalifaxIIW7803LQ-BTopcliffe1901StuttgartCrashed ESE of Laon FranceKilledMalmaison Communal
16 MackenzieIan CummingPilot Officer405005AustraliaRAAF408Sqn RCAF
1943-04-15RAAF Honour Roll
17 MackenzieAndrew Robert 'Andy'F/OJ/109761920-08-10 Montreal Died 2009-09-21 Kemptville Ont.CanadianPilotDFC

RCAFFighter421Sqn RCAF
Enlisted on April 3, 1940, and received his wings eight months later. It took two years to get to the fighting, though, because the brass kept him in Canada as an instructor. Finally, his nagging paid off and he shipped to Britain in April, 1943. Posted to 421Sqn (RCAF), he and his fellow pilots flew sweeps over occupied France. 'The Huns were few and far between and although I did get a good squirt at a FW-190, which was destroyed, it was shared with three other pilots.'. He struck up a friendship with the legendary George (Buzz) Beurling, Canada's top-scoring ace. Mr. MacKenzie learned a lot from his mentor, which made him a more confident and aggressive fighter pilot. On Dec. 20, 1943, he was flying as No. 2 to the wing leader when he spotted 'a gaggle of Huns.' Unable to control his youthful exuberance, he broke formation and shot down two FW190s. Then he got his hat trick when he shot down a third. It was an extraordinarily successful mission for the young pilot, but he was lucky not to be sent home in disgrace because he had broken the cardinal rule: "A No. 2 just does not leave his leader," he said. However, all was forgiven and he was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross.

A month after being posted to 403 Squadron, he was shot down by American forces on June 14, 1944, as he was providing ground support. Too low to bail out, he managed to land his Spitfire IX on its belly. On Aug. 10 1944, he was informed he'd done enough. After 257 combat missions, he was going home. Back in Canada, he took over 135 Squadron and trained his pilots for the invasion of Japan, but that became unnecessary after the Americans dropped the bombs.

DFC Citatioin: This officer has participated in numerous sorties and has destroyed four enemy aircraft, three of which he shot down during a sweep over northern France in December 1943. Flying Officer Mackenzie is a skilful and resolute fighter whose determination to destroy the enemy has always been evident.
18 MacKenzieHugh MunroFlight SergeantR/203166Age 21CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber Command5 LFS (Lancaster Finishing School). 5 Group1945-01-28LancasterIIILM308-RAF Syerston, Nottinghamshire1TrainingSee Archive report for further detailsKilledHarrogate Cemetery(Stonefall). Sec. G. Row F. Grave 9 Courtesy Relatives

Born on the 30th March 1923 in Scotland. Son of Farquhar MacKenzie, and of Catherine MacKenzie (née Munro), of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Grave inscription: 'When The Sun Goes Down And In The Morning We Will Remember Him'.
19 MasonEdgar BohunPilot OfficerJ/7777NavigatorRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information InjuredNone - known to have survived the war - died 2002 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
20 SmithSydney MacKenzieLeading AircraftsmanR/167365Age 23CanadaPassenger Ground crewRCAFTransport Command575Sqn RAF
1945-02-06DakotaIIIKG630I9-?RAF Broadwell, Oxfordshire935Ferry FlightSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery. Grave 25.G.8.

Courtesy Oleg Marin

Born on the 22nd July 1921 in Montreal. Enlisted in April 1942. A radar mechanic. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith of 348 Prince Edward Drive, Kingsway, Toronto, Canada.
21 StoneHaroldSergeant1267726Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information KilledDishforth Cemetery Grave 17 Read Archive Report
22 RobertsDavid RozellWarrant OfficerR801741st March 1920 in Winnipeg, ManitobaCanadianPilotRCAFTraining Command81OTU
1943.01.11WhitleyVLA766RAF Whitchurch Heath16:07Training FlightTook off for an evening cross country navigation exercise with a screened pilot, navigator, wireless operator and five pupils. Crashed at 20:50 having acknowledged four QDMs, some 23 miles from base and in the county of Denbigh.KiAWrexham Cemetery Sec. D. Grave 9645Son of Cecil Rozell and Barbara (née Clarke) Roberts; husband of Margaret (née MacKenzie) Roberts, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
23 KaucharikJoseph AnthonySergeantC/85909Air/BmrRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Gransden Lodge, Cambridgeshire2303SaarbruckenSee archive report for further informationInjuredKilled later in the war see Lancaster PB183 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
24 ArnotDonald MackenzieSquadron LeaderJ/13470Age 25CanadianPilotDFC

RCAFBomber Command427Sqn RCAF
1944-01-20HalifaxIIILL139ZL-DRAF Leeming, North Yorkshire2000MagdeburgSee archive report for further detailsKilledBerlin 1939–1945 War Cemetery Grave 2 K 10

Courtesy Dave Champion

Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of Colin Mackenzie Arnot and Florella May Arnot of Toronto, Canada
25 BreithauptWilliam RansomFlying OfficerJ172717th August 1920CanadianPilotDFC

RCAFBomber Command239 Sqn
1944-09-12MosquitoIIDZ254HB:?West Raynham21:10BSCrashed at Annweiller, 2km west of Ranschbach, 6km west of Landau. Ju-88 G-1 2z+AA fell foul of 239 Sqn Mosquito DZ254 near Landau/pfalz. During the encouter, both the Nachtjäger and its assailant were shot down. The Mosquito crew was killed and Maj Heinrich Griece, Kommodore of NJG6 and his crew managed to bail out injured. It appears that Griece did not file an official victory claim for the Mosquito. (Nachtjagd War Diaries Volume 2 (April 1944 - May 1945) - Dr Theo E.W. Boiten & Roderick J. Mackenzie)KilledRheinberg War cemetery Joint Grave 18.B.21-22Paradie Archive DatabaseDFC awarded whilst with 239 Sqn, gazetted 7th July 1944. Citation reads" Flying Officer William Ransom BREITHAUPT (Can/J.17271), R.C.A.F., 239 Sqn. Flying Officer James Alphonsus KENNEDY (148471), R.A.F.V.R., 239 Sqn. As pilot and observer respectively these officers have completed.numerous sorties. They have displayed a high degree of skill, excellent co-operation and a fine fighting spirit, qualities which have enalbled them to destroy 4 enemy aircraft at night within a period of a few weeks. Their achievements have won much praise."

Son of William Walter and Gertrude Hughes Breithaupt, of York Mills, Ontario, Canada.
26 BurnettDavid Mark TyndallPilot OfficerJ8523823rd February 1923 in Eastland, SaskatchewanCanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command692 Sqn
1944-05-12MosquitoIVDZ6383P:?Graveley02:12KielHit by 1, 4 & 5/Marine Flak Abt 274 and 1 & 2/Marine Flak Abt 254 and Crashed on the mud flats off Kaiser-Wilhelm-Koog at 04:09 (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 249
Paradie Archive DatabaseThe report by Flt Lt Mackenzie 21 Section No4 MREU dated 17 June 1946 is available upon request.

Son of William David and Christina (née Tyndall) Burnett of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
27 DawdyLouis DonaldFlight SergeantR/90329Air/GnrRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 103 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
28 DuffIan MackenzieFlight LieutenantJ/15634CanadianPilotRCAF2 TAF430Sqn RCAF
1944-10-11MustangIAG514G9-TB-78 Eindhoven16:55Tac RecceSuffered engine trouble after take off, spun in attempting to landKilledGroesbeek Canadian War Cemetery, Xv. F. 12. Netherlands
Accident report
29 EaglesClarence GordonSergeantR/83536W/Op/Air/GnrRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information KilledDishforth Cemetery Grave 18 Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
30 ElliottHenry MiltonFlying OfficerJ/2713316th October 1918 in Medicine Hat, AlbertaCanadianBomb AimerRCAFBomber Command158 Sqn
1944-04-10HalifaxIIIMZ542NP-ZLissett20:51Tergnier Rail InstallationsClaim by Uffz Leopold Weinberger 7/NJG4 - Rouvroy: 3,400m at 00:08. (Nachtjagd War Diaries Volume 2 (April 1944 - May 1945) - Dr Theo E.W. Boiten & Roderick J. Mackenzie). Crashed Catillon Valley near Loeuilly 11km South of Amiens.KilledPoix-de-Picardie Churchyard Row B Grave 25Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of Jesse and Grace Penman Elliott, of Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
31 FlettStewart MacKenzieFlying OfficerJ/22074Age 27CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber Command1659 Heavy Conversion Unit1943-11-06HalifaxIIW12510RAF Topcliffe, YorkshireTraining Flight See archive report for further details KilledSt Patrick's Churchyard, Jurby. Grave 360Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
32 HamiltonIan MacKenziePilot OfficerJ199665th January 1921 in Orangeville, OntarioCanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command640 Sqn
1944-06-07HalifaxIIILK866C8:LLeconfield00:24VersaillesLK866 was claimed by Lt. Heinz Reuter, his 5th Abschuss, from 7./NJG2, 70 km SW Paris, at 1.500 m. at 02:40 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten).The aircraft crashed at Soulaires (Eure-et-Loir) some 11 km NE of ChartresKiASoulaires Communal Cemetery
Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of Sidney Walter and Emily (née Strathdie) Hamilton, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
33 HowdenAndrew MackenzieFlying OfficerJ2876410th November 1919 in Wellington, OntarioCanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command139Sqn (Jamaica)
1944-04-06MosquitoIVDZ370XD:URAF Upwood20:45HamburgSee Archive report for detailsKilledRunnymede Memorial. Panel 246Paradie Archive Database
34 AlexanderJames RSergeantFlight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1942-09-01HalifaxIIBB216LQ-DRAF Topcliffe, Yorkshire2303Saarbrucken See archive report for further information Injured None - understood to have survived the war Read Archive Report
35 MacKenzieI CPilot OfficerA405005RAAFBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1943-04-14HalifaxIIJB909EQ-GLeeming2151StuttgartCrashed at la Neuvillette FranceKilledClichy New Communal Cemetery
36 MackenzieRussell MerrimanWCdrNew ZealandPilotRAF & RCAFFighter Command141Sqn

409(RCAF)Sqn 89Sqn 46Sqn 227Sqn RAF
37 MackenzieA RFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command101Sqn
1944-08-27LancasterIIILM479SR-FLudford Magna2130StettinCrashed at Dejbjerg DenmarkKilledDejbjergParadie Archive Database
38 MackenzieA RFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command103Sqn
1945-03-16LancasterIME848PM-EElsham Wolds1717NurnbergCrashed at Schwabisch HallPoW Paradie Archive Database
39 MackenzieM DPilot OfficerRCAFBomber Command109Sqn
1942-06-08WellingtonICZ1048ZP-StradishallEssenCrashed at Burdinne BelgiumKilledBurdinne Communal Paradie Archive Database
40 MackenzieWalter CameronFlight SergeantR/60123CanadianBomb AimerRCAFBomber Command15Sqn
1941-09-15StirlingIN6021LS-OWytonHamburgConed in searchlights, shot down by a night fighter of 6./NJG 1, crashed at HemlingenKilledBecklingen War Cemetery, Coll. grave 11. D. 1-6. Germany
Accident report
41 MackenzieW CSergeantRCAFBomber Command15Sqn
1941-08-14StirlingIW7435LS-WAlconbury2210MagdeburgCrashed on take off Paradie Archive Database
42 MackenzieJ.JSergeantR/162305Age ?CanadaAir BomberRCAFBomber Command1659 HCU
1944-03-24HalifaxIIJD317RAF Topcliffe, North YorkshireDiversionCrashed Little Chalfont BucksInjuredParadie Archive DatabaseLater promoted to flying officer - no further details.
43 MackenzieH HFlying OfficerJ/18188PilotRCAFFighter198Sqn
1944-01-03TyphoonIbJR523RangerCrashed near MarisselKilledMarissel French National Cemetery FranceParadie Archive Database

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