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  1. Hullo, and what about tactical markings in "sicilly operation"... its D5, too? What is the way to fild "record of events" from 807 FAA? (very easy for RAF, bu greet web silence for FAA!) Thanks for all. Pierre from france
  2. Thank you Seahawk. You give me elements i have no collected... But "how is possible to see document of Sicily opetation losses?"
  3. Thanks for the document... very interestiing! For the two aircraft carriers, I have no research problems and have found everything I need. For the operational lives of the 4 French 807 sq. Pilots too! I'm just trying to determine which are the 4 seafires they were flying on the INDOMITABLE: the serial number and the operational codes. I already know that they had the FNFL bowsprit painted under the windshield!
  4. Very nice box... and great aircraft... Old thing but very usefull!
  5. Hullo friends At nationalarchives.gov.uk its possible to download summary and records of events for RAF WW2 sqadron. Here is a few document i cant download from france! Did you Know the way for down lios? Did one of you have it in is computer? Did a brittish citizen is able to down load it! It will be very important for my work about Free french FAFL! AIR81/9511 Multiple casualties: Free French Air Force Personnel, September 1940 to August 1941. C16997758 AIR81/4982 Multiple casualties: RAF Middle East Command Free French Personnel, 1941. Note: Rel
  6. Hello.. twice for today 1/ Do you have any items, such as log books or RAF form540 and 541 equivalents for the FAA (807Sq)? 4 free French (FNFL) fought on the BATTLER and the INDOMITABLE (July to October 43). I try to find the registrations of their planes (serial and code ops). And if not, do you know where we can find this information? Thank you in advance! Pilots are Roland CLAUDE 807Sq HMS Indomitable ou Battler. MIA 14.07.43 Pierre BERGEROT alias BILLART de NORBERT 807Sq HMS Indomitable ou Battler KIA 14-08-1943 Francis DELERY 807 Squadron Hms BATTLER
  7. Can a staff member make the transfer or must I retype my message in the right place! Thanks for all!
  8. Hello.. twice for today 1/ Do you have any items, such as log books or RAF form540 and 541 equivalents for the FAA (807Sq)? 4 free French (FNFL) fought on the BATTLER and the INDOMITABLE (July to October 43). I try to find the registrations of their planes (serial and code ops). And if not, do you know where we can find this information? Thank you in advance! Pilots are Roland CLAUDE 807Sq HMS Indomitable ou Battler. MIA 14.07.43 Pierre BERGEROT alias BILLART de NORBERT 807Sq HMS Indomitable ou Battler KIA 14-08-1943 Francis DELERY 807 Squadron Hms BATTLER
  9. Hullo friends At nationalarchives.gov.uk its possible to download summary and records of events for RAF WW2 sqadron. Here is a few document i cant download from france! Did you Know the way for down lios? Did one of you have it in is computer? Did a brittish citizen is able to down load it! It will be very important for my work about Free french FAFL! AIR81/9511 Multiple casualties: Free French Air Force Personnel, September 1940 to August 1941. C16997758 AIR81/4982 Multiple casualties: RAF Middle East Command Free French Personnel, 1941. Note: Rel
  10. Frends, for the HAWK... we know it was repainted in "light blue"... for free french service! Now my problem in about the MAGISTER R1973 of the FREE FRENCH FLIGHT in 40... Is it possible with the painting rules for RAF in Egypt a BLUE MAGISTER?? . . . NOTA: For the aeroclub oh Damascus, it was there a few planes F-AOPG Caudron C.272/5 Luciole F-ANFU Farman F.402 F-AREQ Miles M.2A Hawk (the Grelier plane in western desert)
  11. For the HAWK... It is a Miles M.IIa HAWK Whitney Straight c/n 508 ex F-AREQ, from Aéroclub de Syrie et du Liban Possibly painted in AZURE BLUE!! but, what about possibiliy of Blue Magister???
  12. Hello, my question relates to the MILES MAGISTER and in particular to those present in Egypt in 1940 and in 1942. On September 30, 1940, Sergeant G Boutitie (France), and Flight Lieutenant P J F Jacquier (France) were injured in an aircraft accident, on the Magister R1973. They are part of the "2 French Fighter Flight" “Sergeant G Boutitie (France), Flight Lieutenant P J F Jacquier (France): injured; aircraft accident, Magister R1973, 2 French Fighter Flight, 30 September 1940. »AIR81 / 3566 There is something that bothers me. A well-documented French book indicates that
  13. BLUE LORRAINE CROSS... but only a few "errors" at the bigining of free french and very far zones! For LORRAINE, ALSACE... all blue... with a RAF BLUE!! Not pale french "cocarde" blue!
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