Halifax BIII MZ899 - The Baltic Sea south west of Langeland                         Updated:  25 DEC 2019 

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
e777054.htm Baillargeon J H F/O RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
a055002.htm Bercuson B P/O RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 b190944 c055.htm Magleby - L
e777055.htm Drennan AWJ Sgt RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
a007001.htm Fairall M E P/O RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 b111044 c007.htm Bogø
e444001.htm Grimble H F/O RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 e444 e444.htm GERMANY
a113131.htm Lilley G H Sgt RAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 b190944 c113.htm Aabenraa
a055003.htm Savard JGM P/O RCAF 433 p340.htm HAL MZ899 Minelaying SW of Langeland d170844 b120944 c055.htm Magleby - L


I forbindelse med en mineudlægningsoperation ved Kiel styrtede HAL MZ899 i Østersøen sydvest for Langeland den 17. august 1944, måske her.

Hele besætningen omkom. 2 er begravet i Magleby på Langeland, 1 på Bogø, 1 i Aabenraa, 1 i Tyskland og 2 har ingen kendt grav. (Kilde: FAF)

Denne Halifax forlod RAF Skipton On Swale kl. 2134 den 16 AUG 1944 for at lægge miner i Forget-Me-Not, Kiel Harbour. (Kilde: MACR) Se Minelægningsområder.

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7 flyvere. 

In connection with a minelaying operation at Kiel
HAL MZ899 crashed into the Baltic Sea south west of Langeland on 17 August, 1944, maybe here.

All of the crew perished. 2 airmen are buried in Magleby on Langeland, 1 on Bogø, 1 in Aabenraa, 1 in Germany and 2 have no known graves. (Source: FAF)

This Halifax took off on 16 AUG 1944 to lay mines in Forget-Me-Not, Kiel Harbour. (Source: p340MACR) See Minelaying areas.
No. 433 (Porcupine) Squadron was formed within No. 6 Group, see No. 6 Group and the Canadian Squadrons
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Halifax III MZ899 BM-D
took off from RAF Skipton-on-Swale at 21.34 hrs on 16 AUG 1944. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.) p340MACR
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Painting of Halifax III MZ924 KN-D  7 airmen.