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|Aircraft Details||Associated Aircrew||Id||Service Number||Name||No. of Ops||BQ-Code||Other Information||Web Links||Name|
|-||NE164||-||1||BQ-O||FTR 28/29 July 1944.
Lost on first operation with 550 Sqdn en-route to Stuttgart.
Crew: 2 KIA, 1 captured and murdered by civilians 31 Jul 1944, 3 PoW.
F/O William Dinney RCAF evaded capture - file 6/646/2311 in National Archive.
One of two 550 Sqdn Lancasters lost on this operation (see also LM455.)
F/O H Jones
Sgt J R Drury
F/Sgt C W Sawyers
Sgt F H Habgood
Sgt D Hunter
Sgt R B Cumberlidge
Sgt I Williams
P/O W Dinney
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: NE164.
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The details were last updated: 13 November 2019
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