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Date : 02/03/2018 09:12:40

Updated member's area content

James Edgar 'Johnnie' Johnson interview.  British officer served as pilot with 616 and 610 Sqdns, RAF in GB, 1940-1943; commanded 127, 144 and 125 Wings, RAF in GB and in North West Europe, 1943-1945. Served with US Air Force in Korea, 1950-1951.  

Elizabeth Henderson interview.  British civilian pilot served with Air Transport Auxiliary at Hatfield, Cosford and Luton ferry pools in GB, 1941-1945.  

Eric Melrose 'Winkle' Brown interview.British officer served as pilot with 801 Sqdn, Fleet Air Arm during Norwegian campaign, 1940; served with 802 Sqdn, Fleet Air Arm aboard HMS Audacity in Atlantic, including sinking 21/12/1941; served as test pilot with Royal Aircraft Establishment at Farnborough, GB, 1944-1949.  

Robert Alexander 'Butch' Morton interview.  British NCO served as pilot with 74 and 616 Sqdns, RAF in GB, 1940-1941; POW in Stalag IX C, Bad Sulza and Stalag Luft III, Sagan, Stalag Luft VI, Heydekrug and Stalag 357, Fallingbostel, 1941-1945.  

Irene Olive Gray interview.  British civilian secretary with Supermarine Aviation Works at Hythe and Woolston, GB, 1930-1937; air raid warden with Air Raid Precautions Control Headquarters in Totton, GB, 1938-1945.  

George Herman Bennions interview. British NCO served as pilot with 41 Sqdn, RAF in Aden and GB, 1936-1940; officer served with 41 Sqdn, RAF during Battle of Britain, 1940.  


Eric Watt-Bonar interview.  British aircraftman fitter served with RAF Depot, Uxbridge and Central Flying School, Upavon, GB, 1922-1924; NCO trained as pilot with 2 Flying Training School, Digby, GB, 1924; served with 25 Sqdn, RAF in GB, 1924-1926; attended instructor's course at Central Flying School, Wittering, GB, 1926; served as instructor at 5 Flying Training School, Sealand, GB, 1926-1929. Civilian test pilot with Rolls Royce in GB, 1937-1939.  

Lech Stanislaw Laszkiewicz interview. Polish civilian during invasion of Poland, 1939; escaped from Poland to France via Hungary, 1939; refugee in France, 1939-1940; escaped from France to GB, 1940; NCO trained with Polish Air Force in GB, 1940-1943; officer served as pilot with 306 Sqdn, RAF in GB, 1943-1944: POW in Stalag Luft I, Barth in Germany, 1944-1945. 

Richard Leoline Jones interview.  British officer served as pilot with 64 and 19 Sqdns, RAF during Battle of Britain, 1940.