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08 – Flying Log Book World War II

  • This history is chronological so “Flying Log Books” may not be in sequence.

    I noticed that there are no remarks on this page as to what each flight achieved, I can only think looking at the length of flights that they were doing reconnaissance, even during the night flights. I read on French websites that in training they would also lay smoke screens.

    Original “Observer’s and Gunner’s Flying Log Book” image at the bottom of the page!

    MOIS DE MARCH

    Certified as correct (SignatureH.J.Tuakiu? spelling) W/cmdr. Certified as correct O.C Commanding Training wing (Signature R. G. Guqland? spelling) …. S/LDR. O.C.D. Flight.

    ABBREVIATIONS

    F/A – Unsure?
    F/Lt – Flight Lieutenant
    F/O – Flying Officer
    H.L.B – High Level Bombing
    LT – Lieutenant
    LL – Low Level
    NF x country – Night Flying Cross Country
    NF – Night Flying
    P/O – Pilot Officer? Not 100% sure
    QGH – Qualification etc? Not 100% sure
    Sb/LT – Sub Lieutenant? Not 100% sure

    © Paul L T Mara 2020

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