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the Heroes of Silence

* To the 436 Squadron *
* To the crew of LK807-QO-J*
* To the monument erected in remembrance *
* Cemetery where rest the crew *

Crash site of Halifax LK807-QO-J

cest raf squadron
Unit: 436 Squadron
Aircraft: Halifax
Code: LK807-QO-J
Base: Montzen
Mission: East Moor
Crew officer:
Incident: Shot down by German fighter

Location: (Prov. Liege)



Halifax took off at 11:36 p.m. East Moor. The cause of his loss is not known. The rear gunner Sgt Aubrey Royce Desmond Harmsworth was killed and buried in the cemetery of the Church of Hannêche. The bombardier Sergeant Duncan N. McCauley, RCAF, is injured and will end up in the hospital.
The mechanic Sgt S. Musgrove was captured and further Gilbert Millar driver (this document), three others escape capture: the gunner F / Sgt George Flather , the radio operator W / O2 Warren McPherson and navigator F / O Arthur Holmes Peter Rogerson, RCAF (GSP 3350/1319, wounded 48 bursts, unknown route, interviewed in England September 12, 1944).
Gilbert Millar is a US citizen engaged in the RCAF.

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