Listed below is the information available for this aircraft which served in 550 Squadron.
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Aircraft Details: The column headers should be fairly self-explanatory. The final column (Web links) contains, where given, links to other items on this web-site or indeed to external sources where further information or photographs, etc can be found.
Associated Aircrew: This is the list of servicemen known to have flown on this aircraft at some time or other, it is not a particular crew (that can be found on other lists available on the site such as the crew shown on a specific operation, etc).
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Definitions of the abbreviations used are available: here.
|Aircraft Details||Associated Aircrew||Id||Service Number||Name||No. of Ops||BQ-Code||Other Information||Web Links||Name|
|X2||DV343||-||-||BQ-X2||FTR 23/24 Dec 1943, Berlin.
Lost without trace. Crew all KIA. All commemorated on the Runnymede memorial
Sgt Scott (18) amongst the youngest airmen to be killed on Bomber Command operations.
W/O G W Brook
P/O D C Dripps
Sgt J C Scott
F/O J E Stewart
Sgt W T Sibley
Sgt D Campbell
Sgt R Gillies
F/O G C Orme
Sgt E V Condell
Sgt E G Patterson
Sgt H S Ferdinando
Sgt J J McAnaney
Sgt J Godsave
Sgt J Flynn
This aircraft is one of the 550 Squadron aircraft that was lost on operations.
The details of those air-crew who lost their lives while on operations in this aircraft are listed on the 550 Squadron Roll of Honour, see: DV343.
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The details were last updated: 09 June 2022
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