Ian Maclean              Photo: Knud Riis    Updated: 01 FEB 2019
                                                                        
Airman:
 a014170.htm Surname: Maclean Init: I Rank: F/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 138

P_link: p221.htm Plane: HAL JD269 Operation: SOE to PL Crash_site: N of Esbjerg

Crash_d: d140943 Buried_d: b210943 C_link: c014.htm At_Next: Esbjerg, A. 8. 1

Den 14. september 1943 styrtede HAL JD269 brændende ned ved banelinjen 6 km nord for Esbjerg (omkring her). (Kilde: Kortet Flystyrt ved Esbjerg af Torben Thorsen og Morten S. Jensen)
Flyet var på en våbenflyvning til den polske modstandsbevægelse. Hele besætningen omkom.
De 7 flyvere blev begravet i Esbjerg den 21. september 1943.
(Kilde: FAF)

Flying Officer Ian Maclean, 35 år, var søn af the Rt. Hon. Sir Donald Maclean, K.B.E., P.C., M.P., og
af Lady Maclean (f. Devitt); gift med Marion Adeline Emma Maclean, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. B.A.  Hæderstegn: DFC, Distinguished Flying Cross.
(Kilde: CWGC)

Se
Halifax Print og folk bag en Halifax klar til en mission.
7 flyvere.

On 14 September 1943 HAL JD269 crashed, burning, near the railway line 4 miles north of Esbjerg (about here). (Source: The map Air Crashes at Esbjerg by Torben Thorsen and Morten S. Jensen)
The plane was on a supply operation to the Polish resistance movement. All of the crew perished.
The 7 airmen were buried in Esbjerg on 21 September 1943. (Source: FAF)

Flying Officer Ian Maclean, 35, was the son of the Rt. Hon. Sir Donald Maclean, K.B.E., P.C., M.P.,
and of Lady Maclean (née Devitt), and the husband of Marion Adeline Emma Maclean, of Shrewsbury, Shropshire. B.A.  Awards: DFC, the Distinguished Flying Cross. (Source: CWGC)
Greater love hath no man than this (See the same personal inscription here in Horsens.)


See No. 138 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia * RAF Tempsford * The Tempsford Airfield Pages
Roll of Honour, Tempsford * Tempsford Special Duties Squadrons
Halifax II JD269 NF-Q took off from RAF Tempsford at 18.04 hrs on 14 SEP 1943.
(Source:
Aircrew Remembered has this.) See Halifax Print and Halifax - Bless 'Em All.
7 airmen.