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P/O Wilfred Max Sizer served with No 213 Squadron flying Hurricane's during the Battle of Britain. He had 4 Kills during the Battle.
Mike E. Croskell – No 213 Sq. Hurricane pilot
Sgt T.C.Iveson of No 616 Squadron crash landed his Spitfire I (R6690) into the sea on the 16th of September 1940 at 10:30hrs and was saved. He ran out of fuel chasing a Ju 88 off Cromer.
Trevor Gray - No 64 Sq flew Spitfires.
P/O William L.B.Walker of No 616 Squadron was wounded on the 26th of August 1940 at 12:00hrs. He baled out of his Spitfire I (R6701) into the sea off Dover with a wounded foot. He was picked up.
Stanislaw 'Bob' Nawarski - Poland
- 4 kills all 109s- 176 missions. Escaped from France in 1940, joined RAF in June 1940, shot down and wounded by 109s whilst ferrying an unarmed Hurricane to a Squadron (missed the Battle of
Britain due to his injuries). Back in action from 1941-45, 302 and 316 Squadrons.
Christopher Nightingdale - Joined RAF in 1935, trained many Polish pilots to
fly the Hurricane before and during the Battle of Britain including
Zurakowski, Martel, 'Breezy' and 'Sneezy'. Later saw action as a Bomber
Command Lancaster pilot in 1945.
Frantisek Mlejnecky - Czechoslovakia
Mlejnecký, František 1 confirmed and 1 damage aircraft
Units: ELD Chartres,GC II/10,GC I/6,
but some sources named him as a pilot of No 312 Sq not No 310 !
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