Angus John Mathewson Milne   Knud Riis   Updated: 01 FEB 2019
                                                                         
Airman:
 a014171.htm Surname: Milne Init: AJM Rank: F/Lt 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. 4

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)

Flight Lieutenant Angus John Mathewson Milne, 21 år, var søn af John Mathewson Milne og
Joan Anderson Milne, Richmond, Surrey, United Kingdom.
(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)

Flight Lieutenant Angus John Mathewson Milne, 21, was the son of John Mathewson Milne and
Joan Anderson Milne, of Richmond, Surrey, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)
"I saw the powers of darkness put to flight  I saw the morning break"


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.