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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
251 BraybrookeFulke Henry ArthurFlight Sergeant1585560Air Bomber - understood to be a passenger on this flightRAFVRArmy Co-Operation Command297Sqn
1944-07-28Albemarle0P1400Not knownRAF Brize Norton2300SOE 'Harry 41'Night fighter attack - Muneville-Sur-Mer Killed Muneville-Sur-Mer Churchyard Any further information appreciated.
Airborne, part of 38 Group
252 BrazierColin George ArthurSergeant310756Wireless OperatorRAFVRBomber Command102Sqn (Ceylon)
1942-09-01HalifaxIIW1248DY-OPocklington2329SaarbruckenOn the return flight the starboard outer engine failed due to a coolant leak. Although they had made it back to Yorkshire the remaining three engines failed before a landing could be made at Pocklington, and a forced landing was made in a field near Low Catton, to the S of Stamford Bridge at 05:30 and all on board survived.Survived - Died Wolverhampton 2001.Some of the crew walked to nearby East Farm owned by Mr Fred Lane. It was found that at the time of this incident the pilot had a habit of flying with the revs on the engines higher than normally recommended, this, combined with the flight engineer having set the petrol cocks incorrectly supplying fuel to the working engines had resulted in the available fuel in the tanks selected running out. The pilot very capable and this incident did not detract from his flying for which he was later awarded the DFC. After assessment of the a/c it was deemed beyond repair although the engines were taken away for re-use or stripping down for spares
253 BreareJohn BarrieSergeant Flight Engineer1493363RAFVRBomber Command101Sqn
1945-02-01LancasterIII JA715SR-C RAF Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire 1544LudwigshafenCollided with Lancaster ME863 SR-K and crashed near SornevilleKilledCholoy War Cemetery. Grave 1.F.6 Read Archive Report
254 BrennanArthur BenjaminFlight SergeantAUS/426030W/Op/Air/GnrRAAFBomber Command115Sqn
1944-10-28LancasterINF960KO-RRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire1305Koln See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 259 Read Archive Report
255 BrennanArthur BenjaminWarrant Officer426030AustraliaRAAF115Sqn RAF
1944-10-28RAAF Honour Roll
256 BrestlinArthur J.1st LieutenantFlying OfficerO-56744917th September 1911 in New YorkAmericanPassengerPH

USAAF8th Air ForceHeadquarters 3rd Air Division1945-03-27B-17 Butch IIG42-31092Not Listed(ALG) B-56, Brussels/Evere, BelgiumNon Operational flightSee Archive report for detailsKiAArdennes American Cemetery, Plot D, Row 32, Grave 11
257 BrettArthur CSergeant1867875BritishFlight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command57Sqn
1944-11-11LancasterILL939DX-HEast Kirkby1654HarborgCrash landed at BeckdorfKilled Age 35Becklingen Cemetery, Germany Epitaph: THE LOVE THAT MADE UNDAUNTED THE FINAL SACRIFICE
Becklingen Cemetery, Germany
Took off at 16:54 hrs for an operation against the Rhenania-Ossag oil refinery at Harburg in Hamburg. 19:27 LT The Lanc was hit by heavy Flak; crash-landed. On first impact one engine and rear turret were torn away. The remainder of the aircraft bounced and flew on for over a kilometre before finally crash-landing near Beckdorf, approximately 25km SW of Hamburg. 14% moon

Succeeding in baling out but parachute failed to open.

Son of Arthur Charles and Lizzie Louise Brett, of Harpenden, Hertfordshire. Husband of Kathleen F. M. Brett, of Harpenden.


ORB for mission
258 BrickendenArthur WilliamSergeantR16020518 June 1923 at Toronto, Ontario, CanadaCanadianBomb AimerRCAFBomber Command625 Sqn
1944-05-21LancasterIIILM513CF:YRAF Kelstern, Lincolnshire21:58DuisburgShot down by night fighter , crashed near Meer, Antwerp, BelgiumPoWParadie Archive Database

Read Archive Report

Read the Gib McElroy story and crew biographies

259 BriggsArthur GeorgeSergeant1217390Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command35Sqn (Madras Presidency)
1943-12-02HalifaxIIHX167TL:CRAF Graveley16:53BerlinClaimed by Hptm. Paul Szameitat, his 20th Abschuss from Stab II./NJG3, 30km east of Celle at 5.700 m. at 19:45 hrs. Also claimed by Flak units. Victory confirmed for Hptm. Szameitat on the 21st July 1944,. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (23 September - 31 December) 1943 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)PoW No. 263653. Stalag 4B
260 BrittinghamRaymond ArthurPilot Officer403160AustraliaRAAF460Sqn RAAF
1943-01-27RAAF Honour Roll
261 BrittonArthur JamesSergeant1333706Bomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command57 Sqn
1943-04-20LancasterIED770DX-Scampton21:44Stettin11 aircraft were detailed to attack Stettin, ED770 was one two aircraft that failed to return. Reason for loss not knownKilledPozan Old Garrison Cemetery 6.A.2
262 BrockRonald ArthurFlight SergeantR/218221Age 21CanadaWireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFTransport Command575Sqn RAF
1945-02-06DakotaIIIKG630I9-?RAF Broadwell, Oxfordshire935Ferry FlightSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery. Grave 56.G.7.
Courtesy Jen John Eigl

Born on the 13th August 1923 at Prince Albert. Enlisted on the 20th April 1943 at Saskatoon. Son of George Edward and Anna Brock (nee Simon) Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada.
263 BrodieAndrew MooreSergeantNZ/391378Age 25New ZealandAir GunnerRNZAFBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1941-02-21WellingtonIcT2503AA-?RAF Feltwell, Norfolk1835WilhelmshavenSee archive report for further detailsKilledSage War Cemetery 8.A.4.
Born on the 29th January 1916 at Gisborne. Worked as a clerk for Public Works Department in Kopuawhara. Enlisted at Levin on the 20th November 1939 as an air gunner under training. Air gunner badge awarded on the 14th January 1940. Embarked for England on the 20th February 1940. Joined 75 squadron 0n the 24th April 1940 where he completed 23 operational sorties. Son of Andrew Brodie (died 28th February 1916, age 39) and of Joanna Brodie (née Moore - died 18th May 1941), of Gisborne, Auckland, New Zealand. A total of 17 flying hours logged.
264 BromfieldJohn JosephSergeant1649521Age ?W/Op/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command158Sqn
1945-01-05Halifax IIIMZ432NP-QRAF Lissett, Yorkshire1701HanoverSee archive report for further detailsPoW No. 7715 Stalag Luft 1None - survived the war
265 BroodbankRonald ArthurSergeant405256AustraliaRAAF23 OTU RAF1942-05-31RAAF Honour Roll
266 Brooke-TaylorRexSergeantNZ/439002Age 25New ZealandPilot (Inst)RNZAFTraining Command3 Service Flying Training School
1940-12.30OxfordIR6226None issuedRNZAF Ohakea, New Zealand745TrainingSee archive report for further detailsKilledWellington Cemetery (Karori) Grave 21. A/3. (S)
courtesy courtesy Auckland Cenotaph
Son of Roydon and Ida Winifrid Brooke-Taylor, of Wellington City and husband of Olive Clarence Brooke-Taylor, of Wellington City, New Zealand.
267 BrookerGordon RoyFlying Officer407040AustralianObserverRAAFBomber Command139 Sqn (Jamaica)
1943-11-24MosquitoIVDZ614XD:Wyton19:10BerlinHit by flak at 20,000 ft and crashed at Borkheide, 8 km NE of Brück.KilledInitially buried at Borkheide on 26th November. Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery 9.F.28Son of Arthur John and Ina Brooker, of Seaton Park, South Australia
268 BrookhouseMaurice JamesStaff SergeantSergeant394685926th February 1925 in The Dalles, Wasco County, OregonAmericanNose GunnerAM (3 Oak Leaf Cluster)

USAAF8th Air Force327th Bombardment Squadron (H), 92nd Bombardment Group (H)1945-04-17B-17G44-8903UX:GPodington (Station #109), Bedfordshire, EnglandDresden (Mission #957), GermanySee Archive report for detailsKiARepatriated and interred at the Saint Peter’s Parish Cemetery, The Dalles, Wasco County, Oregon
269 BrooksAlfredPilot OfficerJ/19860Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command426Sqn RCAF
1944-01-27LancasterIIDS775OW-WLinton on Ouse1803BerlinSee Archive report for detailsKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery Grave Ref 9.C.1 Paradie Archive Database
270 BrooksJohn PhilipPilot OfficerJ/87931Age 22CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber Command426Sqn RCAF
1944-03-15LancasterIIDS771OW-P RAF Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire 1906Stuttgart See archive report for further details KilledDurnbach War Cemetery. Grave 4.F.11.
Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
271 BrophyGeorge PatrickFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1944-06-12LancasterXKB726VR-A RAF Middleton St. George, County Durham 2144CambraiShot down by night fighter piloted by Friedrich Thörl - Crashed at Gaudiempre EvaderNone Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report

Attacker
272 BrothertonLeslie ArthurSergeant1576786Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command10 Sqn
1944-06-09HalifaxIIIMZ532ZA:ZMelbourne00:21LavalCrashed at St-Berthevin {Mayenne}Killed Age 24Laval (Valfleury) Communal Cemetery, E. Sub-Sec. D. Row 1. Grave 42937.
During the night of June 9 to 10, 1944, fourteen airmen of the Royal Air Force died on mission in Entrammes and Saint-Berthevin. Two stelae will be erected in honor of these allied fighters.

The story translated from French (laval.maville.com). June 1944. Entrammes aerodrome was at the heart of the fighting from the first days of the D-Day landings. On the night of the 9th to the 10th, 10 Squadron of the Royal Air Force Bomber Command, whose motto is Rem Acu Tangere ("I hit the target") is assigned to carry out a mission. Having left Melbourne in Yorkshire, England, he had to bomb Laval aerodrome. Two German squadrons of Focke-Wulf Fw 190 fighter bombers are stationed there.
It's 00:15 hrs “It's still a full moon. It offers excellent visibility on the objective, ”specifies Honorary Battalion Commander Jean-Louis Cholet, President of the Laval Committee for French Remembrance. A wave of 25 bombers is about to release their bombs. Arriving on a NW axis, even before the attack, one of the aircraft fell victim to German flak. MZ532, a four-engine Handley Page Halifax III, was hit at Saint-Berthevin (on the site of the current La Girandière residence) by a flak post. The bomber drops its bombs near the wood of L'Huisserie (near the current agricultural school) before crashing in flames at Le Pont-Alain, in Saint-Berthevin.

It is 00:21 hrs. On board seven men: an Australian, the pilot, and six Britons are killed. “They didn't have time to jump. They crashed in 20 to 30 seconds. The bodies of the navigator Henderson and the machine-gunner Wicks, horribly mutilated, were buried in the same coffin, continues Jean-Luc Peslier, president of the Mayenne friendly of the Air Force. Since the target is not large, we can assume that the attack took place at medium altitude. This could explain why the crew could not jump before the crash.

"The other 24 bombers continued their mission. They hit the airfield which becomes a building site. In the attack, a second Halifax, MZ 684, was hit by the German defence. It is 00:30 hrs. “It descends at the southern exit of the village of Entrammes in a field behind the farm Les Poiriers. The crew, five British and two Canadians, are wiped out. “Their bodies were collected by local farmers under duress from the Germans who did not want to disperse. Only the bodies of the pilot and the mechanic were identifiable. The fourteen airmen of the Royal Air Force have since rested in the Vaufleury cemetery.

273 ThomasYestyn LlewellynPilot OfficerJ/27202Age 22CanadaPilotRCAFTraining Command13 EFTS (RCAF)1943-11-18HarvardII3087-RCAF St. Hubert, QuebecTrainingSee archive report for further detailsKilledWhitby Cemetery (Mount Lawn). Grave Plot 1. Lot 24. Block 6. Sector G.

Born on the 03rd June 1921 in Port Talbot, Wales. Educated at King St. School and Whitby High School. Worked as a Lithographic Plate Maker prior to service for Arthur and Jones 585 Adelaide Street, Toronto. Enlisted on the 25th May 1942. Trained at No. 13 Elementary Flying Training School and No. 2 Service Flying Training School.

Son of David John (A W/O 2. serving in the RCAMC - died 20th April 1987, age 88) and Mildred Daisy Thomas (née Woodcock - died 08th April 1969, age 75), of 425 Dundas Street, Whitby. Ontario, Canada. Brother of Richard William Thomas R89170 who also served in during WWII. Service number prior to commission R/167199. Epitaph: 'Through Adversity To The Stars'.

274 BrownHarry Arthur BulgerFlying Officer43452517th January 1917 in Blenheim, New ZealandNew ZealanderAir Gunner (Mid Upper)RAAFBomber Command166 Sqn
1944-06-12LancasterIME777AS:K2Kirmington22:16GelsenkirchenClaim by Hptm Joachim Böhner Stab I./NJG6 - 20km South of Deelen: 2,000m at 01:22. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Crashed near Zelhem 6km North East of Doetinchem.KilledZelham General Cemetery Plot E Row 2 Grave 6
Son of Bernard Thomas Brown and Isabel Brown, of Blenheim, New Zealand.
275 BrownArthur EdwardPilot Officer170737PilotRAFVRBomber Command166Sqn
1943-12-16LancasterIIIJB639AS-SRAF Kirmington, Lincolnshire1620BerlinCrashed at Little Walk Farm, Thornton Curtis, Lincolnshire on returnKilledIpswich Old Cemetery. Sec. C. Div. 31. Grave 67 Read Archive Report
276 Brown'Brownie' Arthur JohnFlying OfficerJ/14164Age 26CanadaNavigatorRCAFFighter Command418Sqn RCAF
1943-11-09MosquitoFB VIHJ830TH-JRAF Ford, Sussex19:02IntruderSee archive report for further detailsKilledPoix-De-Picardie Churchyard. Row D. Grave 17
Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of Arthur and Nellie Brown (née Edwards), of Sidney, British Columbia, Canada.
277 BrownArthurFlying OfficerJ/9906Air/BmrRCAFBomber Command420Sqn1943-08-15WellingtonB.XHE524PT-?Kairouan/ Zina TunisiaPizzo and Lamezia, Italy See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedMalta Memorial. Panel 10. Column 1Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
278 BrownDonald ArthurFlying Officer133716Age 24UKNavigatorRAFVRBomber Command90Sqn
1943-11-18StirlingIIILK379WP-FRAF Tuddenham, Suffolk1718MannheimSee archive report for further detailsMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 123Son of Frank William and Annie Margaret Brown, of Silsoe, Bedfordshire, England.
279 BrownArthur Hugh SteyningPilot OfficerAus/404867Age 27AustralianPilotRAAFCoastal Command51 Sqn
1942-10-16WhitneyVZ9153MH-?RAF Chivenor, Devon1010Anti-submarine patrolClaimed by Lt Meister of 13./KG40 in pos. PLQ 14W/0817 at 1614hrs crashed Bay of Biscay - see archive reportMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial Panel 111Born on the 18th May 1915 at Marlborough, Queensland. Worked as an insurance clerk prior to service. Enlisted at Brisbane on the 28th of September 1940. Joined 51 squadron from 19 Operational Training Unit on the 16th January 1942. Son of Frank Henry and Maude Eleanor Brown, of Maryborough, Queensland, Australia.
280 BrownArthur William CharlesLeading Aircraftman19239AustraliaRAAF1Sqn RAAF
1942-12-29RAAF Honour Roll
281 BrownHarry Arthur BulgerFlying Officer434525AustraliaRAAF166Sqn RAF
1944-06-13RAAF Honour Roll
282 BrownKelvin Arthur RoyFlying Officer426804AustraliaRAAF24Sqn RAAF
1945-04-06RAAF Honour Roll
283 BrownSidney ArthurFlight Sergeant437400AustraliaRAAF463Sqn RAAF
1945-01-05RAAF Honour Roll
284 BrownArthur Hugh SteyningPilot Officer404867AustraliaRAAF51Sqn RAF
1942-10-16RAAF Honour Roll
285 BrownCedric TysonSergeant84674Age 20AustralianObserverRAAFCoastal Command203Sqn
1942-12-19BlenheimIVV6294PP-?LG.101 Sidi Haneish, Western EgyptPatrolSee archive report for further brief detailsMissing - believed killedMalta Memorial. Panel 2, Column 1.Born on the 22 February 1921 at Townsville, Queensland. Enlisted on the 21st June 1940. Son of Cedric Tyson Brown (A lieutenant in 3 Squadron of the Australian Flying Corp, served in France WW1. died 26th December 1969, aged 73 years) and Gertrude Mary Brown (nee Lewis. A Welsh girl from Treherbert, died 04th February 1970), of Townsville, Queensland, Australia.
286 BrowneJames Arthur GeraldSergeant40484931 Dec 1917, Brisbane, QLD, AustraliaAustralianWireless Operator/Air GunnerRAAFBomber Command49Sqn
1943-01-30LancasterIIIED428EA-Fiskerton226HamburgHit by flak and on return crashed at 0715 hours, after colliding with trees at Reepham Crossing, 2 miles ENE of Lincoln of Lincoln. Five of those that died are buried in Scampton (St. John the Baptist) Churchyard, while Sgt. Wood is interred at Manor Park cemetery, East HamKilledScampton (St. John The Baptist) Churchyard, New Part. Grave 25Son of Francis Atkins Browne and Olive Eglantine Shuckburgh Browne, of Roma, Queensland, Australia; husband of Marjorie Sylvia Browne, of Southgate, Middlesex, England

Service Record available on-line
287 BrowneJames Arthur GeraldSergeant404849AustraliaRAAF49Sqn RAF
1943-01-31RAAF Honour Roll
288 BrownellJ FFlying OfficerJ40341Probably CanadianAir BomberRCAFBomber Command425Sqn RCAF
1945-03-05Halifax IIIMZ454KW-SRAF Tholthorpe, Yorkshire1640ChemnitzSee archive report for detailsBaled out - survived None - thought to have survived the war Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
289 BruceWilliam StewartFlight Sergeant967187Age 20BritishAir gunnerRAFVRBomber Command467Sqn RAAF
1943-07-12LancasterIIILM311PO-LRAF Bottesford, Nottinghamshire2248TorinoSee archive report for further details and photographsKilledCamelon Cemetery. Sec. 7. Grave 192Son of Alexander Wright Bruce and Alice McLuckie Bruce, of Clarkston, Renfrewshire, Scotland.
290 BryanEricFlight Sergeant655790NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command76Sqn
1944-06-02HalifaxIIILK783MP-CHolme on Spalding Moor2241TrappesCrashed Treon {Eure-et-Loir}KilledDreux Communal Cemetery. Row 1. Grave 5Archive Report
291 BryansArthurSergeant1520550UKAir GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218Sqn
1943-08-10StirlingIIIEE885HA-GDownham Market2158NurnbergConed by searchlights and hit by heavy Flak, abandoned aircraft that crashed at OffenhausenPoW - Interned at Stalag Luft L6 HeydekrugAccident report
292 BryantCyril ArthurSergeant590534Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFBomber Command9Sqn
1939-10-30WellingtonIL4288WS:ARAF Honington, SuffolkTrainingSee archive report for full detailsKilledBillingborough St Andrew Churchyard
293 BryantDonald JohnFlying Officer152776NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command78 Sqn
1944-06-07HalifaxIIIMZ636EY:TRAF Breighton, Yorkshire22:59JuvisySee Archive report for detailsKilledBretigny-Sur-Orge Communal Cemetery. Collective grave 2
294 BryantGeorge ArthurSergeantNZ/4215112Age 22New ZealandPilotRNZAFFar East4 Squadron
(RNZAF)
1944-08-20Hudson IIIANZ2044-RNZAF Nausori, Viti Levu, Fiji06:10Transit FlightSee Archive report for detailsMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 7

Courtesy New Zealand Cenotaph

Born on the 24th October 1921 in Newcastle New South Wales, Australia. Son of William and Maude Ethel Bryant, of 9 Ndaio Street, Orakei, Auckland, New Zealand.
295 BuchananWilliam StewartSergeant1372826Age 20BritishAir gunnerRAFVRBomber Command467Sqn RAAF
1943-07-12LancasterIIILM311PO-LRAF Bottesford, Nottinghamshire2248TorinoSee archive report for further details and photographsKilledGlasgow Cemetery (Cardonald). Sec. F. Grave 835Son of James and Rebecca Buchanan, of Glasgow, Scotland.
296 BucklandArthur KeithFlying Officer7010AustraliaRAAF2Sqn RAAF
1944-08-19RAAF Honour Roll
297 BuckleyArthurSergeant656154NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command7Sqn
1942-08-15StirlingIN3705MG:FRAF Oakington01:25Gardening - Nectarines RegionLast heard on w/t at 0458 hours indicating that the a/c was over a built up area asking for a course. The captain elected to make an emergency landing. The aircraft eventually came to rest in an open field near Loevestein Castle at Gorinchem Netherlands. Believed to have been written off as damaged beyond repair, the aircraft was salvaged by the Germans after the emergency landingPow No. 25685 Stalag 344 LamsdorfOn the evening of the 5th Sep 1942 the Stirling was flown to Gilze Rijen were it landed at 2000 hours. The next morning at 0515 hrs the Stirling took off again for a flight of about 1 hour. A Junkers Ju88 made "attacks" on the Stirling. In the afternoon of the 18th Sep 1942 the Stirling took off, accompanied by a Dornier Do-217 (KG-2) and left for Germany, Probably to "Die Erprobungsstelle" at Rechlin. The a/c was photographed by the German propaganda magazine Signal when its flying days were over. Three of the engines had been removed, and it appeared to be in the far corner of Rechlin, having suffered another crash landing and was presumably scrapped
298 BuckmanJohn ArthurFlight Sergeant422401AustraliaRAAF70Sqn RAF
1943-11-22RAAF Honour Roll
299 BullAlexander DavidFlying OfficerJ23233CanadianBomb AimerRCAFBomber Command625 Sqn
1944-03-24LancasterIME684CF:VRAF Kelstern, Lincolnshire18:43BerlinSee archive report for further detailsPoW No. 4153, Stalag Luft 1Paradie Archive Database
300 BulpittArthur NormanFlying Officer116940PilotRAFVRBomber Command139 Sqn (Jamaica)
1943-03-03MosquitoIVDZ463ZD-Marham12:00KnabenTarget was a molybdenum mine. Was intercepted hombound by Fw-190s an shot down off the Norwegian coast.KilledEgersund (or Ekersund) Churchyard A.6.1
Son of Charles Frederick and Celia Ruth Bulpitt, of Orpington, Kent

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