Squadron Aircraft: Summary Information


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).

An extended view of the Squadron Aircraft report providing more detailed information is available here [IMPLEMENTATION STILL TO BE FINALISED]. This extended version of the Squadron Aircraft report lists the crew members known to have flown in a particular aircraft.

Definitions of the abbreviations used are available: here.

Aircraft Details

Aircraft Details Associated Aircrew
Id Service Number Name No. of Ops BQ-Code Other Information Web Links Name
U LM461 - 1 BQ-U FTR 20 Feb 1944, Leipzig. Lost on first operation.
Crew 3 KIA, 5 PoW.
German researchers believe aircraft shot down by Oblt. Paul Zorner III./NJG 3 out of Lueneburg as his 3rd claim (out of 4) on this one night, and may have located the wreck (2 km E of Sichau, 12 km W of Gardelegen).
Book due to be published November 2011 (Scherzer Militaer Verlag), Title Aufschlagbrand.
F/Sgt J P Harrison
W/O J I Miller
Sgt R E White
Sgt D V H Evans
Sgt P H Hurst
Sgt G E Brown
Sgt T K M Williams
Sgt F C Thomas

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: LM461.

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The details were last updated: 09 June 2022

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