Norman Shield                            Updated:  09 NOV 2011

Airman: a096021.htm Surname: Shield Init: N Rank: Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 90

P_link: p160.htm Plane: STI BF463 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Off Halskov

Crash_d: d210443 Buried_d: b260543 C_link: c096.htm At_Next: Svinø

Natten til den 21. april 1943 blev et Stirling fly (STI BF463) med Rostock som mål skudt ned ved
Korsør, måske omkring her.
(Lost Bombers: Skudt ned af flak og styrtet i Storebælt nær Sprogø, vest for Halskov-Korsør.)
Alle ombord omkom i Storebælt. De blev fundet som lig i Storebælt, mellem Korsør og Reersø (her).

Sergeant (Navigator / Bomber) Norman Shield var fra United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC)

Sgt Hall blev begravet den 1. maj 1943, Sgt Tagg først den 2. juni på Bispebjerg Kirkegård. Sgt
N. Shield
blev begravet den 26. maj 1943, P/O Cross, Sgt Cruttenden og Sgt Lindrea begravedes
den 31. maj på Svinø Kirkegård. Om Sgt Offen er intet oplyst. (Kilde: FAF)

7 flyvere. Se Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943.

On the night before 21 April 1943 a Stirling (STI BF463) targeting Rostock was shot down at
Korsør, maybe about here.
(Lost Bombers: Shot down by flak and crashed into the waters of the Storebælt near Sprogø, W of
Halskov-Korsør) All on board perished in the Storebælt. Their bodies were found in the Storebælt,
between Korsør and Reersø (here).

Sergeant (Navigator / Bomber) Norman Shield was from the United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

Sgt Hall was buried on 1 May 1943, Sgt Tagg not until 2 June in Bispebjerg Cemetery. Sgt N. Shield
was buried on 26 May 1943, P/O Cross, Sgt Cruttenden and Sgt Lindrea were buried on 31 May in
Svinø Churchyard. No information on Sgt Offen.  (Source: FAF)

See Bomber Command No. 90 Squadron. This Short Stirling took off from RAF Ridgewell.
7 airmen. Lost Bombers has this. See Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943.