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World War Two
Sptfire Mk I
Recovered from his injuries but was court martialled later in 1941 for flying from Tangmere with a blonde on his lap.
92 Squadron pilots
after they had destroyed three German Tiger tanks in a single sortie on the 13th of April 1945. Left to Right:Warrant Officer P. G. Hoolihan of Mareeba, Queensland; Flying Officer C. W. Beasley of Westcliffe-on-Sea, Essex; Major J. Gasson DSO DFC of Cape Town, South Africa; Captain R. H. Jacobs of Johannesburgh, South Africa; Flight Sergeant (Flt Sgt) S. Widdowson of Moorends, Doncaster; Flight Lieutenant D. R. C. Aling of Selsdon, Surrey; Flt Sgt J. L. Burrow of Sedberg, Yorkshire.
L-R Reid Hutchinson, Don Stevenson, Unknown, Unknown, C.O. Capt. Gasson, Staff member, possibly intelligence.
Sgt. W Johnston
Sqn Ldr Wedgewood. Gambut 1942
Sqn Ldr J.M.Morgan. Gambut Nov 1942
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