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30 – Flying Log Book World War II

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

    INFORMATION: RAF Half Penny Green in Wolverhampton from February 1941 to December 1945, the No. 3 Air Observer Navigation School opened to a flooded airfield, so its Blackburn Bothas were at Cosford until June 1941. The Bothas were replaced by Ansons and in November 1941 was renamed No. 3 Air Observers School, then in April 1942 it was once again renamed No. 3 (Observer) Advanced Flying Unit as seen in the heading below that Dad trained crew.

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

    3 (O) A.F.U
    Half Penny Green
    APRIL 1945

    SUMMARY of APRIL 1945
    A/C ANSON
    Total hours Flown at Night 7.20hrs.
    F/Lt Cmdr
    Signed: J.M.J Ramony? S/H?
    OC FLYING

    RAF HALF PENNY AIRFIELD – IMAGE BELOW

    © Paul L T Mara 2020

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