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Sunday, 21st May to Monday, 22nd May 1944: Duisburg

Op Date/Time Up Date/Time Down Flight Time Target Crew ORB Notes
1 22:55 03:20 4:25 Duisburg Pilot: PO C Crawford
Nav: FS E Rivers (CAN)
Bomb Aimer: Sgt T Mason
Wireless Op: Sgt T Feaver
F E: Sgt A Frost
MU Gunner: Sgt N Heslopp
Rear Gunner: Sgt R Phillips
Cloudy. 25 aircraft took off to attack Duisburg, of which 21 attacked the primary target. Three (ND911, ME754, ND802) returned early with various technical failures and ND804 (Willis) failed to return. Another aircraft LL865 (Humphreys) was attacked by an enemy fighter and the navigator (Hill) was injured, the aircraft also being damaged.

Sunday, 21st May 1944: Duisburg

Op Date/Time Up Date/Time Down Flight Time Target Crew
1 22:55 03:20 4:25 Duisburg Pilot: PO C Crawford
Nav: FS E Rivers (CAN)
Bomb Aimer: Sgt T Mason
Wireless Op: Sgt T Feaver
F E: Sgt A Frost
MU Gunner: Sgt N Heslopp
Rear Gunner: Sgt R Phillips

Cloudy. 25 aircraft took off to attack Duisburg, of which 21 attacked the primary target. Three (ND911, ME754, ND802) returned early with various technical failures and ND804 (Willis) failed to return. Another aircraft LL865 (Humphreys) was attacked by an enemy fighter and the navigator (Hill) was injured, the aircraft also being damaged.
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2nd Op
Sunday, 28th May to Monday, 29th May 1944: Angers – recorded as ND181

2 18:55 02:10 7:15 Angers

F/S John Dudley Perfrement (RAAF) – Pilot.
Sgt William Frederick Hall (RAFVR) – Nav.
Sgt Albert Kirkham (RAFVR) – A/B.
P/O John Duncan Craven (RAFVR) – W/Op.
Sgt J Tomlinson (RAFVR) – F/E
Sgt. L King (RAFVR) – MU/Gnr
F/S Douglas Hugh Trigg (RAAF) – R/Gnr

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Clear sky all day and brilliant sunshine. 22 aircraft were detailed to attack the marshalling yards at Angers. 6 of these were withdrawn, 2 (ND911 and another) returned early with engine trouble, but the remaining 14 aircraft successfully bombed the target in good weather. A good, concentrated attack was reported, and opposition was only slight.
Form 541: 118 Lancasters (16 ex 75 Sqn) and 8 Mosquito’s of 3 and 8 Groups attacked the railway yards and junction at Angers, France. One Lancaster lost.

 

 

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