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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
301 AlcockS RSergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-05-08LancasterIME806AS-J2Kirmington1425PauillacCollided with 166 Sqn Lancaster PD227 outbound & crashedKilledRunnymede
302 AlcockG TFlight SergeantBomber Command50Sqn
1944-11-11LancasterIIILM360VN-Skellingthorpe1644HarborgCrashed at Fiskerton
303 AlcockJSergeantBomber Command51Sqn
1943-09-05HalifaxIIJD263MH-Snaith1944MannheimCrashed vicinity MannheimPoW
304 AlcockS HFlight LieutenantDFC

Bomber Command83Sqn
1944-01-27LancasterIIIJB724OL-VWyton1752BerlinCrashed Sautour {Namur}KilledHotton War Cemetery
305 AlcornJ WFlying OfficerRAAFBomber Command576Sqn
1944-06-24LancasterIIIJB460UL-V2Elsham Wolds151FlersKilledRunnymede
306 AlcornJames WilliamPilot Officer421873AustraliaRAAF576Sqn RAF
1944-06-25RAAF Honour Roll
307 AlcornEstel Carson2nd LtO-679804USAPilotEuropean-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal
World War II Victory Medal
USAAF361st Fighter Group376th Fighter Squadron
1944-02-25P-47 ThunderboltBottisham1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)

376th Fighter Squadron Pilots' Room. Card game with Maj. Roy B. CavinessSqnn Commander (standing at the back). The game included Lt. Estel C. Alcorn, Lt. Clarence E. Sullivan, Lt. William D. Butler, Lt. John D. Duncan, Lt. Jimmie C. Wright, Capt. Roswell Freedman, Capt. James B. Cheney and Capt. James Hall

Preparations for D-Day at Bottisham, 6th June 1944. Lt. May, Lt. Stewart, Capt. Frank, Lt. Wright and Lt. Alcorn of the 376th Fighter Squadron checking maps and details before departure..
308 AlcornJohn Marshall1st LieutenantFlying OfficerO-722969AmericanNavigatorUSAAF15th Air Force763rd Bombardment Squadron (H), 460th Bombardment Group (H)1944-11-16B-24J42-52011LSpinazzola airfield, ItalyMünchen (Munich), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Stalag Luft 1
309 AlcornJohn Marshall1st LieutenantFlying OfficerO-722969AmericanNavigatorUSAAF15th Air Force763rd Bombardment Squadron (H), 460th Bombardment Group (H)1944-11-16B-24J42-52011LSpinazzola airfield, ItalyMünchen (Munich), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Stalag Luft 1
310 AlcottA JSergeantBomber Command100Sqn
1944-05-21LancasterILL960HW-DGrimsby2244DuisburgExploded over Repelen-Baerl-BinscheimKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
311 AldenArthur JohnSergeant1850102Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command640 Sqn
1944-08-25HalifaxIIINA578C8:?RAF Leconfield, Yorkshire18:30WattenSee archive report for further informationKilledLonguenesse Souvenir Cemetery (St. Omer). Plot 6. Row C. Collective Grave 2.
312 AldermanR L2nd LtUSAPilotUSAAF366th Fighter Group
391st Fighter Squadron
1944-11-16P-47 Thunderbolt
Killed during the Hurtgen Wald battle
313 AldersonRFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command426Sqn RCAF
1944-11-02HalifaxVIINP686OW-TLinton on Ouse1615DusseldorfCrash landed at Namur Belgium Paradie Archive Database
314 AldersonW CSergeantBomber Command166Sqn
1944-08-31LancasterIIINE112AS-MKirmington1320AgenvilleCrashed at St-Riquier {Somme}KilledSt-Riquier British Cemetery
315 AldersonRSergeantBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
316 AldertonMichaelFlying Officer1782753PilotRAFVRBomber Command207 Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIME805EM:JSpilsby22:48St-LeuME805 was claimed as one of three possibles, by Hptm. Hans Auten Reith, his 21st Abschuss from 6.NJG4, in the Forges-les-Eaux area at 3.000 m at 01:32 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten). The aircraft crashed at around 01:30 hrs, about 1 km SW of Wambez (Oise), 3 km south of Songeons.Evader
317 AldisB CSergeantBomber Command158Sqn
1944-02-19HalifaxIIILV786NP-PLissett.0012.LeipzigCrashed near ListrupPoW
318 AldredP NFlying OfficerRAAFBomber Command460Sqn RAAF
1944-08-27LancasterIIIPB379/GAR-E2Binbrook2116StettinCrashed at Svenskop SwedenInterned Stefan Siverud reports plane landed safely Swedish base Kalmar with pilot badly injured
Serial PB379/G indicates aircraft had special equipment onboard requiring a guard at all times.
319 AldredNorman FrederickFlying Officer Pilot183600RAFVRBomber Command61Sqn
1944-09-23LancasterIME732QR-P RAF Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire 1846Ladbergen Crashed at Hoffkampweg, Almelo, Holland KilledAlmelo General Cemetery. Grave 7 Read Archive Report

320 AldredW MSergeantRCAFBomber Command431Sqn RCAF
1944-07-28HalifaxIIILK833SE-RCroft2209HamburgCrashed at HohenaspeKilledKiel War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
321 AldredC JSergeantPilotFighter274Sqn
322 AldredF GSergeantBomber Command622Sqn
1944-01-27LancasterIIIED624GI-GMildenhall1745BerlinAbandonedKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery
323 AldrichKeith R 2nd LtO-668292USAPilotUSAAF354th Fighter Group356th Fighter Squadron: Red Asses
1944-06-21P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
324 AldrichKeith R 1st LtO-668292USAPilotUSAAF354th Fighter Group356th Fighter Squadron: Red Asses
1944-08-16P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
325 AldrichKeith R 1st LtO-668292USAPilotUSAAF354th Fighter Group356th Fighter Squadron: Red Asses
1944-08-22P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
326 AldridgeGeoffreySergeant1462926NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command98 Sqn
1944-04-20Mitchell IIFL182OE:JRAF Dunsfold, Surrey12:24CroisetteSee archive report for further detailsKilled Brookwood Military Cemetery. Grave 20. C. 5
327 AldridgeF HSergeantBomber Command106Sqn
1944-06-21LancasterILL955ZN-EMetheringham2310Scholven-BuerCrashed at Oosterwolde {Gelderland}KilledDoornspijk {Oosterwolde} General Cemetery
328 AldridgeAlbert CharlesFlight LieutenantJ27724CanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command115 Sqn
1944-08-25LancasterIPD274KO:YWitchford20:28RusselsheimLeaving the target area at 19,550 feet, collided with another Lancaster losing both port engines. With their aircraft out of control, the crew baled out at 6,500 feet, South of KoblenzPoW No 7725, Stalag Luft 3
329 AldridgeJSergeantBomber Command49Sqn
1944-10-28LancasterIIIPB519EA-QFulbeck2236BergenCrashed at Marston Moor on return
330 AldridgeA JFlying OfficerBomber Command576Sqn
1944-09-12LancasterIME854UL-D2Elsham Wolds1834FrankfurtKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
331 AldridgeSydney PhilipFlying OfficerNZ/421956Age 24New ZealandW/Op/Air/GnrRNZAFFar East4 Squadron
1944-08-20Hudson IIIANZ2044-RNZAF Nausori, Viti Levu, Fiji06:10Transit FlightSee Archive report for detailsMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 3

Courtesy New Zealand Cenotaph

Born on the 16th June 1920 in Te Kuiti. Son of Arthur Norman (died 20th August 1970, age 84) and Lillian Gertrude Aldridge (née Maule - died 14th August 1977, age 84). Husband of Shirley Amelia Aldridge (née Jenkins), of 4 Somerset Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland City, New Zealand.
332 AldusR MFlight LieutenantBomber Command626Sqn
1944-10-14LancasterIIINE163UM-T2Wickenby634DuisburgKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
333 AldworthR GFlight Sergeant1800918Fighter605Sqn
1944-01-10MosquitoVIHJ784FIntruderKilledRunnymede Memorial United Kingdom
334 AlessiSalvatore L 2nd LtO-887271USAPilotUSAAF358th Fighter Group367th Fighter Squadron
1944-08-22P-47 Thunderbolt0.33 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
335 AlexanderD SFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command466Sqn RAAF
1944-01-28HalifaxIIIHX233HD-CLeconfield.0024.BerlinKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery
336 AlexanderE DPilot OfficerRAAFBomber Command622Sqn
1944-09-12LancasterILM291GI-FMildenhall1820FrankfurtCrashed at Pfalzer WaldKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
337 AlexanderJames RichardFlying OfficerJ/17186Age 22CanadaAir BomberRCAFBomber Command434Sqn RCAF
1944-06-12HalifaxIIILW173WL-KRAF Croft, County Durham2244ArrasArras - Communications. Possible claim by Lt. Heinz Altner 8/NJG5 - Lens area either at 01:39 or 01:41 hrs.KilledCalais Canadian War Cemetery. Plot 4, Row G, Grave 10Paradie Archive DatabaseCalais Canadian War Cemetery. Plot 4, Row G, Grave 10 Information courtesy John Jones March 2021.
338 AlexanderIan SutherlandFlying OfficerJ/27711CanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command434Sqn RCAF
1944-07-28HalifaxIIILW596WL-ZCroft2230HamburgKilledAccident report
339 AlexanderJ McKSergeantBomber Command101Sqn
1944-04-10LancasterIIIDV288SR-QLudford Magna2320AulnoyeEvader
340 AlexanderJohn CampbellSergeant1672382Age 32NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command138Sqn (Special)
1944-08-31StirlingIVLJ503NF-PRAF Tempsford, Bedfordshire2200SOESee archive report for further brief detailsKilledArc-Et-Senans Communal Cemetery. Grave 3.Son of William and Margaret Alexander, of Glasgow; husband of Isabella McM. Alexander, of Glasgow, Scotland.
341 AlexanderE SSquadron LeaderDFC

Bomber Command156Sqn
1944-01-14LancasterIIIND357GT-GRAF Warboys, Cambridgeshire1645BraunschweigCrashed Kolhorn {Noord-Holland}KilledBergen op Zoom War Cemetery
Read Archive Report
342 AlexanderRichard ColtonPilot Officer172294Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command44 Sqn
1944-05-07LancasterIIIND741KM:KDunholme Lodge21:46SalbrizClaim by Lt. Fred Hromadnik 9./NJG4 - 30-50km South West of Orleans: 1,600m at 00:48. 
(Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 2 - Theo Boiten). Crashed Herbilly Cne de Mer (2km North East) 19km North East of Blois. The aircraft craft crashed with a full bomb load. The village was destroyed by the explosion which caused several civilian casualtiesKilledOrleans Main Cemetery Plot 2 Row A Grave 2Son of A. C. Alexander and Jessie Alexander; nephew of Mr. C. J. Colton, of Queniborough, Leicestershire
343 AlexanderCSergeantBomber Command467Sqn RAAF
344 AlexanderT ESergeantBomber Command50Sqn
1944-06-08LancasterILL841VN-OSkellingthorpe2249RennesKilledBayeaux War Cemetery France
345 AlexanderW H TFlight SergeantBomber Command51Sqn
1944-02-19HalifaxIIILW481MH-XSnaith.0004.LeipzigCrashed near StendalPoW
346 ALexanderG ASergeantBomber Command630Sqn
1944-07-18LancasterIIILM537LE-XEast Kirkby2250RevignyCrashed at ChassericourtKilledChassericourt
347 AlexanderR LFlight SergeantBomber Command635Sqn
1944-08-27LancasterIIINE131F2-DDownham Market2128StettinKilledRunnymede
348 AlexanderJames MichiePilot Officer170100NavigatorCGM

RAFVRBomber Command7 Sqn
1944-01-15LancasterIIIND365MG-LOakington1701BerlinClaim by Hptm Erhard Peters 9/NJG3 - East of Flensburg: 6,200m at 20:04. Crashed in the sea off Vornæs on the island of Taasinge. The Lancaster exploded in the air killing six members of the crew of eight. The fuselage crashed into the sea 100 metres off Vornæs while two engines were found on the beach and two were found in a nearby forest.KilledSkaro Cemetery Grave 73 Plt Off Alexander was awarded the CGM whilst a WO at 7 Squadron. Gazetted 18 Jan 1944.

The bodies of Plt Off Alexander and WO Hawkins were found on the 16 Feb 1944, floating in their Mae West`s in the sea SE of the island of Skarø by Fisherman Marius Eriksen and his daughter Inger. The bodies were taken to Skarø end placed in an outbuilding. The police was informed and they in turn informed the Wehrmacht who would take care of the airmen. An officer and six privates arrived from Svendborg with two coffins. The flyers were placed in the coffins and loaded on a horse drawn carriage driven by Grocer Madsen and taken to the church. The airmen were laid to rest in Skarø cemetery in the night of 16-17 Feb 1944 by the Germans who refused Erichsen and Madsen permission to be present (Air war Over Denmark)

Son of James and Thomasina M. Alexander, of Muswell Hill, Middlesex
349 AlexanderW ESergeantBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-04-24LancasterIIIND500OF-GConingsby2044MunchenCrashed Kirchheim bei MunchenKilledDurnbach War Cemetery
350 AlexanderA JSergeantBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-01-20LancasterIIIND367OF-KBourn1750BerlinCrashed at ZahrensdorfPoW

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