Kenneth Roland Miller    Photo: Mogens Jeppesen   Updated:  19 JAN 2012
                                                                        
Airman:
 a113127.htm Surname: Miller Init: K R Rank: P/O Service: RCAF Sqdn: 431

P_link: p335.htm Plane: HAL LK845 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: The Baltic Sea

Crash_d: d290744 Buried_d: b111111 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 6-13

Den 29. juli 1944 styrtede HAL LK845 i Østersøen i forbindelse med et bombetogt til Hamburg.
HAL LK845 startede fra RAF Croft kl. 22.13 den 28. juli 1944. Denne Halifax havde fløjet 142 timer.
Denne squadron mistede 5 fly den nat. (Kilde: MACR)  Kun dette fly er medtaget i www.airmen.dk.

Liget af K. R. Miller må være drevet ind på kysten af Sønderjylland.
Han blev begravet i Aabenraa på en ukendt dato. (Kilde: FAF)

Pilot Officer (Air Gunner) Kenneth Roland Miller, 19 år, var søn af George Edward og
Rebecca Janett Miller, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
(Kilde: CWGC)

6 andre flyvere blev meldt savnet. 7 flyvere.

On 29 July 1944 HAL LK845 crashed into the Baltic Sea in connection with a bombing raid on Hamburg.
HAL LK845 took off from RAF Croft at 2213 hours on 28 July 1944. This Halifax had flown 142 hours.
This squadron lost 5 planes that night. (Source: MACR) Only this plane is included in www.airmen.dk.

The body of K. R. Miller  must have been washed up on the coast of South Jutland.
He was buried in Aabenraa on an unknown date. (Source: FAF)

Pilot Officer (Air Gunner) Kenneth Roland Miller, 19, was the son of George Edward and
Rebecca Janett Miller, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Source: CWGC)

Lovingly remembered by Mum and Dad, brothers Don, and Guy, aunt Flo and uncle Jim

6 airmen were reported Missing in Action.

See  Bomber Command No. 431 Squadron RCAF and RAF - Handley Page Halifax.
See also No. 431 Squadron of Canadian Wings  and Snowbirds No. 431 Air Demonstration Squadron.
This Halifax took off from RAF Croft. 7 airmen.