George Scott       Photo: Mogens Jeppesen        Updated: 25 DEC 2019
                                                                              
Airman:
 a113129.htm Surname: Scott Init: G Rank: F/O Service: RCAF Sqdn: 433

P_link: p342.htm Plane: HAL MZ863 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: Sea W of Langeland

Crash_d: d170844 Buried_d: b290844 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 5-14

Den 17. august 1944 styrtede HAL MZ863 i havet måske omkring her under en minelægningsoperation
ved Kiel. Alle ombord omkom. (Forget-me-not, se Minelægningsområder - kilde p342MACR.)

J. C. Sprott og G. Scott blev fundet ved Kegnæs (som er her) den 25. august 1944 af en grænsegendarm.
De blev begravet i Aabenraa den 29. august 1944. M. H. Fleming blev fundet den 26. august 1944.
Han blev begravet den 27. august 1944 i Aaabenraa uden ceremoniel af nogen art. (Kilde: FAF)
Se Halifax Print og folk bag en Halifax klar til en mission * Maleri af Halifax III MZ924 KN-D.

Flying Officer (Air Bomber) George Scott, 32 år, var søn af John og Susan Foggo Scott; gift med
Florence Evelyn Scott, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada.
(Kilde: CWGC)

3 flyvere fra HAL MZ863 er begravet i Aabenraa, 1 i Bagenkop og 1 i Kiel. 2 flyvere har ingen kendt grav.
7 flyvere.

On 17 august 1944 HAL MZ863 crashed into the sea maybe about here on a minelaying operation at
 Kiel. All on board perished. (Forget-me-not, see Minelaying areas - source p342MACR.)

On 25 August 1944 J. C. Sprott and G. Scott were found at Kegnæs (which is here) by a border gendarme. They were buried in Aabenraa on 29 August 1944.
M. H. Fleming was found on 26 August 1944. On 27 August 1944 he was buried in Aabenraa without any
kind of ceremony.  (Source: FAF)

Flying Officer (Air Bomber) George Scott, 32, was the son of John and Susan Foggo Scott, and
the husband of Florence Evelyn Scott, of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. (Source: CWGC)
True love is a gift which God has given to man alone - beneath the heaven.

3 airmen from HAL MZ863 are buried in Aabenraa, 1 in Bagenkop and 1 in Kiel in Germany.
2 airmen have no known grave.

No. 433 (Porcupine) Squadron was formed within No. 6 Group, see No. 6 Group and the Canadian Squadrons
HalifaxHalifax-BC Museum.Canada * Halifax-RAF Museum * Halifax-The Yorkshire Air Museum * Halifax Print and Halifax - Bless 'Em All.
Halifax III MZ863 BM-I
took off from RAF Skipton-on-Swale at 21.15 hrs on 16 AUG 1944. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)  p342MACR   7 airmen.