Mosquito FBIV RS609 - Kattegat                                                             Updated: 14 FEB 2020

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
a103010.htm Becker H H Fen RNAF 464 p413.htm MOS RS609 Attack DK Kattegat d210345 b260345 c103.htm Tranebjerg
e777063.htm Palmer J H F/O RAAF 464 p413.htm MOS RS609 Attack DK Kattegat d210345 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN


MOS RS609 tog del i angrebet på Gestapos hovedkvarter i København den 21. marts 1945. Se links om Shellhuset, også  RAF mindetavle.

Se Fotos og Google Map Shell House Shellhuset. Se også Mosquito fotos og Google Map 14 Mosquitoes DK og Mustang fotos.
Se også Kort over angrebet på Shellhuset fra Derek Carter.

MOS RS609 og MOS SZ999 blev på tilbageturen mod England ramt af flak fra tyske stillinger ved Hundested (omkring her) og styrtede i havet øst for Samsø.
Måske omkring her. H.H. Becker blev fundet drevet i land på Vejrø, der er her. Alle 4 flyvere blev meldt savnede.

Fenrik (Navigator) H.H. Becker blev begravet som ukendt i 1945 i Tranebjerg, men han blev identificeret i 2000 som fortalt i Aftenposten.

F/O (Pilot) J. H. Palmer har ingen kendt grav.
2 flyvere.

MOS RS609 took part in the attack on the Gestapo HQ in Copenhagen on 21 March, 1945. See links about the Shell House, also RAF memorial tablet.

See Photos and Google Map Shell House. See also Mosquito Photos and Google Map 14 Mosquitoes DK and Mustang Photos.
See also Map of the air raid on the Shell House from Derek Carter.

On the return flight to England MOS RS609 and MOS SZ999 were  attacked by flak from German positions at Hundested (about here) and crashed into the
sea east of Samsø. Maybe about here. H. H. Becker was found washed ashore on Vejrø which is here. The 4 airmen were reported missing.

Fenrik (Navigator) H.H. Becker was buried as unknown in 1945 in Tranebjerg, but he was identified in 2000 as told in Aftenposten.

F/O (Pilot) J.H. Palmer has no known grave.

This Mosquito from No. 464 Squadron RAF-Wikipedia took off from RAF Fersfield. See p413MACR. 2 airmen.