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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). There is an exception to this, and that is if the FTR option is selected. In this case the crew lost when the aircraft failed to return will be the only one displayed along with the fate of the men involved.
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|Aircraft Details||Associated Aircrew||Id||Service Number||Name||No. of Ops||BQ-Code||Other Information||Web Links||Name|
|-||EE193||-||-||BQ-C||FTR 30 Aug 1944, Stettin.
Crashed in the Baltic. Crew all KIA, only one body recovered.
F/Sgt Battersby buried at Reerso Churchyard, in Denmark.
An Association member (Prof. Ole Seberg of Copenhagen University) wrote an article in the Grimsby Telegraph, see link.
W/O W H S Ansell [KIA]
F/Sgt G W Battersby [KIA]
F/O C R Cameron [KIA]
F/O I H R Hood [KIA]
Sgt A Anderson [KIA]
Sgt E W Parker [KIA]
Sgt O Tabuteau [KIA]
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: EE193.
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The details were last updated: 17 January 2019