‘B’ Flight group photograph taken around March 1945, in front of PB820, JN-V
I have decided to add another section to the blog. This new section will begin (hopefully) to fill with examples of large group photographs from the Squadron and I would like to try and use it to obviously identify as many individuals in the photographs as possible.
The first photograph in this new section is the ‘B’ Flight group photograph taken in front of PB820 JN-V, Douglas Clement’s regular aircraft.
If you go to the link below to this photograph, you will see I have tried to add a reference number to each airman in the photograph – in places this is a little difficult, so I have applied a basic rule that the number is placed on the airman’s chest, unless space does not allow this – in the case of this image, the back row is very tight, so in these individuals cases, some of the numbers are placed above their heads.
Once you are looking at the photograph, if you click on it, it will enlarge and another click should enlarge it again certainly enough to allow identification of individuals.
If you know the identity of any of the aircrew, please contact me with the number and the name of the individual.
You can view the numbered image here
It would be great to add the equivalent group photographs for ‘A’ and ‘C’ Flights, so if you have, or know someone who has a copy of these photographs, I would love to add them to the collection.