Blenheim IV Z7319 - The North Sea                                                           Updated:  31 MAR 2013
 

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
a050008.htm Beaumont S Sgt RAF 114 p091.htm BLE Z7319 Intruder The North Sea d220742 b110942 c050.htm Lemvig
a050009.htm Harris A Sgt RAF 114 p091.htm BLE Z7319 Intruder The North Sea d220742 b110942 c050.htm Lemvig
e777487.htm Jackson L J F/O RAF 114 p091.htm BLE Z7319 Intruder The North Sea d220742 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
         
Kl. 22.50 den 21. juli 1942 lettede
BLE Z7319 fra RAF West Raynham på et angreb på Vechta flyveplads (omkring her) i Tyskland.

Flyet styrtede i Nordsøen. Ingen overlevende. (Kilde: MACR)

S. Beaumont og A. Harris blev begravet i Lemvig den 11. september 1942 af sognepræst Carl Lund. (Kilde: FAF)

L. J. Jackson har ingen kendt grav.

3 flyvere.


At 22.50 hrs. on 21 July 1942 BLE Z7319 took off from RAF West Raynham on an intruder mission to Vechta aerodrome, Germany (about here).

It crashed in the North Sea. No survivors. (Source: MACR)

On 11 September 1942 S. Beaumont and A. Harris were buried in Lemvig by Vicar Carl Lund. (Source: FAF)

L. J. Jackson has no known grave.

See Bomber Command No. 114 Squadron and The Blenheim Society. This Blenheim took off from RAF West Raynham.

3 airmen.