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11th Jan 2021, 21:51
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Posted By M-62A3

Including Eleanor's husband Bernard.

Including Eleanor's husband Bernard.
18th Jun 2020, 23:29
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Views: 481,966
Posted By M-62A3

The Navy demolition crew must have done a better...

The Navy demolition crew must have done a better job this time. I sure this is were that bloody Beaufighter was last week.
7th Jun 2020, 16:00
Replies: 25
Views: 3,647
Posted By M-62A3

RogerRB, If you have not had any success in...

RogerRB,
If you have not had any success in finding what you need, here are my suggestions for possible contacts and sources:
!) RAF Museum Archive. If you do not have your friend's logbook from...
7th Jun 2020, 12:53
Replies: 4
Views: 946
Posted By M-62A3

Cliver029, Whilst researching the use of...

Cliver029,
Whilst researching the use of Fairchild M-62As some years ago I interviewed an RAF veteran who had trained at one of the RAF's British Flying Training School in Oklahoma and at a...
19th Feb 2018, 17:58
Replies: 31
Views: 5,072
Posted By M-62A3

You might like to read this...... Variable...

You might like to read this......
Variable Pitch at the Cradle of Aviation Museum (http://www.cradleofaviation.org/history/history/aircraft/variable_pitch.html)
4th Sep 2017, 12:45
Replies: 25
Views: 4,510
Posted By M-62A3

D.C.3 Elevator Locks

This link takes you to a page commemorating a well known and tragic RCAF Dakota crash were 21 airmen died in September 1946, because one elevator had not been removed before take-off....
23rd Feb 2017, 11:16
Replies: 55
Views: 10,125
Posted By M-62A3

Goxhill (USAAF Base No. 345) was Fighter Training...

Goxhill (USAAF Base No. 345) was Fighter Training Base.


From "The Airfields of Lincolnshire since 1912", Blake, Hodgson and Taylor - "Goxhill was established as a fighter training base to train...
8th Feb 2017, 11:21
Replies: 8
Views: 2,962
Posted By M-62A3

One of my earliest aviation memories comes from...

One of my earliest aviation memories comes from that day. I was four and three quarters in February 1952 and we then lived in a small farming hamlet near Scunthorpe. I recall the next door...
8th Nov 2016, 23:15
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Views: 14,950
Posted By M-62A3

P40 on HMS Patroller

I agree, P-40F or later - with lengthened rear fuselage
8th May 2016, 00:52
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Views: 2,378
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Sometime in the 1960's Aeromodeller magazine...

Sometime in the 1960's Aeromodeller magazine covered the type in their "Aircraft Described" series - with 1/72nd scale drawings showing the camouflage pattern and code letters, etc.
I am afraid I...
9th Dec 2015, 11:06
Replies: 9
Views: 3,491
Posted By M-62A3

The Cruise of Zeppelin LZ130 2nd Aug 1939

There is a description of the East Coast sorties in the prologue to Wood and Dempster's "The Narrow Margin".

If you cannot find a copy send me a PM and I will scan the two pages.

It has...
17th May 2015, 11:13
Replies: 7
Views: 3,250
Posted By M-62A3

"Dive Bomber" movie (1941)

According to "the New Ryan" by Ev Cassagneres there were two Ryan STAs used in this movie.
The one shown above with the dummy radial cowling was s/n 139, NC16039.
The other, also in RAF colours and...
5th Feb 2015, 17:34
Replies: 11
Views: 2,407
Posted By M-62A3

WW.II info.

Merille,
In this case AM817's Form 1180 records only the pilot's name; F/Lt. S.C. Willis (162011).

RAF - 5 crew all killed.
Other - 10, of eight were killed and two uninjured.

Duty: Para...
5th Feb 2015, 09:50
Replies: 11
Views: 2,407
Posted By M-62A3

WW.II info

Merille,
From "RAF Flying Training and Support Units since 1912" (Sturtivant/Hamlin; Air- Britain Publication):
No.4 Parachute Training School.
Formed 2.5.44 at GIOIA DEL COLLE consequent on the...
16th Dec 2014, 13:05
Replies: 91
Views: 12,639
Posted By M-62A3

Curtiss NC-4

Joyride,
Please read:Curtiss NC-4 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtiss_NC-4)
M-62A3
16th Dec 2014, 11:06
Replies: 91
Views: 12,639
Posted By M-62A3

Composite aircraft construction

I note earlier in the thread someone cited a glass fibre glider as the pioneer of the present day composite structure and another cited the Mosquito.

You need to go much further back to 1919 to...
14th Jul 2014, 21:34
Replies: 86
Views: 32,753
Posted By M-62A3

Cranborne Harvards

7095; 7122; 7125;5858; 5945; 7116; 5952; 5960; 5900; 5917 & 7125. Any ideas what these might indicate?

Hi again Jerico,
Thank you for the Harvard serials.
The above are all Harvard Mk.Is with...
13th Jul 2014, 15:38
Replies: 86
Views: 32,753
Posted By M-62A3

28 E.F.T.S Mt Hampden

Hello Jerico,
I am sorry to hear your father has died.
Thank you very much for posting the serial nos. of the Cornells he flew at No.28 EFTS. and I have added them to my notes and will incorporate...
27th Jun 2014, 11:59
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Posted By M-62A3

No.4 BFTS, Falcon Field, Arizona

Latest documents published | Avialogs (http://www.avialogs.com/index.php/en/latest-documents/avialogs/latest-documents-published.html)

Not being ex aircrew, or even ex-service, I hope you will all...
1st Jun 2014, 20:47
Replies: 16
Views: 2,899
Posted By M-62A3

"M-62A3 - Is there an error in Ed Coates webpage?...

"M-62A3 - Is there an error in Ed Coates webpage? He states G-AUDK was C/N 6110."

onetrack,
I am informed by another Air-Britain colleague that the c/no. of G-AUDJ is recorded as 6118 and that of...
1st Jun 2014, 18:26
Replies: 16
Views: 2,899
Posted By M-62A3

G-AUDJ

I apologise I did not see the note at the bottom of Post No.5.

The Putnam Bristol volume is apparently incorrect. I have been told by an Air-Britain colleague that he confirmed from a pre-war...
1st Jun 2014, 11:30
Replies: 16
Views: 2,899
Posted By M-62A3

Bristol Tourer

A quick look at Putnam's "Bristol Aircraft since 1910" shows the Bristol Tourer to a civil adaptation of the F.2B Fighter. Eight 260hp Siddeley Puma-powered three-seater models were sold in...
22nd Feb 2014, 10:58
Replies: 11
Views: 1,652
Posted By M-62A3

Question about the Archives at Kew

BSD,
In your first post you said you were interested in the the records of a particular Halifax.

If by that you wish to access a copy of a particular aircraft's record card and any related...
9th Aug 2013, 19:59
Replies: 86
Views: 32,753
Posted By M-62A3

Aircrew Training in Rhodesia

babil,
Having now studied a post war log from 4 FTS I now realise the elementary flying (as it was called in WW.2) on Tiger Moths was being carried at the same location as the advanced stages on...
9th Aug 2013, 15:53
Replies: 86
Views: 32,753
Posted By M-62A3

Aircrew Training in Rhodesia.

Eric,
Thank you for replying to this RATG thread. I will be very interest in Ronald Osbourne's logbook. Have sent you a PM.
M-62A3
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