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#Name* (↑)First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir Force (↑)Command (↑)Unit (↑)DateofIncident *See Note (↑)Aircraft (↑)TypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
2101 BundyLincoln Delmar Second LieutenantPilot OfficerO-80499612th February 1918, Mount Trumbull, ArizonaAmericanPilotPH

USAAF 8th Air ForceUS Army Air Force486th Fighter Squadron (352nd Fighter Group)1944-06-10P-51 MustangB43-7153 'Rauk-et'PZ-RBodney (Station #141), Norfolk, EnglandArea patrolSee Archive Report for detailsMurderedTablets of the Missing at the Cambridge American Cemetery, Cambridge

Rom Communal Cemetery, Collective Grave 1-26, Departement des Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, France

2102 BuningJ JFlying OfficerBomber Command90 Sqd
1944-12-21LancasterING323WP-JLossiemouthTransitCrashed at Tuddenham
2103 BunkerA ASergeantBomber Command12 Sqd
1941-06-27WellingtonIIW5391PH-ABinbrook2300BremenLost without trace Killed
2104 BunnK JFlying OfficerBomber Command76 Sqd
1944-06-28HalifaxIIIMZ736MP-SHolme on Spalding Moor2226BlainvilleCrashed at Sacy-le-Grand {Oise}KilledCreil Communal Cemetery
2105 BuntEugeneSergeantR261281Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command18 OTU
1944-06-27WellingtonIIIZ1592WP:?RAF Finningley, Yorkshire13:35Cross country training sortieSee Archive report for detailsKilledHarrogate Cemetery (Stonefall). Sec. B. Row G. Grave 18Paradie Archive Database
2106 BuntingIra J 1st LtO-732146USAPilotUSAAF354th Fighter Group353rd Fighter Squadron: Cobras
1944-06-21P-47 Thunderbolt0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2107 BurbridgeAlbert GeorgeSergeant951997Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command103 Sqd
1941-06-12WellingtonIcT2996PM-CNewton2300Osnabruck Crashed at Zwaagdijk Wervershoof KilledJonkerbos War Cemetery. Grave 23.1.4
2108 BurchWSergeantBomber Command76 Sqd
1944-06-07HalifaxIIIMZ732MP-DHolme on Spalding Moor1910CroixdalleOvershot Carnaby Yorkshire on return
2109 BurchellJSergeantNavigatorRAFVRBomber Command608 Sqn
1944-10-10MosquitoXXVKB4046T:TDownham Market18:12KolnPort engine failed at 100 feet and exercising considerable skill, Fg.Off. Smith force landed at 18:14 in a field just beyond the airfield.Uninjured
2110 BurchettArthur R 'Bill'Flight LieutenantPilotAFC

RAFBomber Command51 Sqd
1943-12-20HalifaxIIHR948MH-WSnaith1659FrankfurtCrashed near RaunheimKilledDurnbach War CemeteryParticipated in the famous Hamburg ‘firestorm’ raids prior to making the supreme sacrifice on a raid to Frankfurt in December 1943, when his magnificent bravery allowed three of his crew to bale out.

AFC Citation London Gazette 1.1.1944. The immediate award recommendation states: ‘On the night of 30 August 1943, this Officer was Captain of an aircraft which attacked a target at Munchen-Gladbach. On the return flight, while in the neighbourhood of Ossington at about 4000 feet, Flying Officer Burchett’s aircraft was involved in a collision with a Lancaster. Both port propellors were badly damaged, the port fin and rudder knocked off, one propellor of the Lancaster cutting through the top of the fuselage, the flaps rendered unserviceable and the tail turret damaged. The port outer engine was feathered but the port inner engine continued to give some thrust. All three motors were therefore opened up fully and it was found that control could be maintained with full aileron and rudder flying at 180 miles per hour, though losing height. At any less speed the aircraft became uncontrolllable. It was decided to make an emergency landing at Ossington and an approach was made at 185 I.A.S. with wheels down but without flap. In spite of the fact that the aircraft swung uncontrollably as soon as the motors were cut out, and that the runway was only 1400 yards long, the aircraft was successfully landed without further damage. In performing this feat Flying Officer Burchett showed superb skill and courage.’

Damage to Halifax

Commenced his operational tour with 51 Sqd with a sortie to Aachen on the night of 13-14 July 1943. Between then and his death in action in December of the same year, he acted as Captain of Aircraft on 19 missions, the raid on Hamburg on the night of 27-28 July being among the more notable - his aircraft’s entry in the Squadron’s Operational Record Book describes the whole target area as a ‘mass of flames ... the glow from the fires could be seen for close on 200 miles on the way back.’ Burchett and his crew would return there two nights later, and again on the night of 3-4 August, the latter strike marking the end of a concerted effort that resulted in the famous ‘firestorm’ that caused over 40,000 casualties.

Later that month, on a trip to Berlin on the night of 23rd-24th, his Halifax was badly shot up by an enemy night fighter, an incident once more described in the Squadron’s Operational Record Book: ‘Just as the target was approached, an enemy night fighter attacked a Halifax on the starboard side. This Halifax took evasive action and the enemy then turned on our own aircraft. Enemy opened fire at 300 yards, and was replied to by both Gunners, who fired about 200 rounds each. During the attack the Flight Engineer and Rear-Gunner were wounded, and the aircraft sustained damage to the tailplane, rear turret and mainplane, and intercom which became unserviceable. Regardless of this, our Halifax threw off the attacker, who was not seen again, and then went on to bomb the target. The Flight Engineer and Rear-Gunner have been recommended for immediate Distinguished Flying Medals as a result of their devotion to duty in carrying on though wounded.’

It was shortly after this engagement - and an uneventful sortie flown to Nuremburg on the night of 27-28 August - that Burchett won his immediate AFC. The period September to November witnessed raids on Cannes, Frankfurt, Kassel (twice), Mannheim, Munich and Hannover (thrice). Tragically, however, Burchett’s luck ran out in December, on a raid to Frankfurt on the night of the 20th, an incident best described by fellow crew member, Flight Sergeant Brookes: ‘About 30 miles from the target I looked out of the astro dome and I saw another Halifax on the port side above, too close for comfort. I told the skipper and he said “Thanks, Ted,” and moved our aircraft to starboard. Just after this there was an explosion on the starboard side. It sounded like glass bottles bursting and a handful of gravel being thrown on the wing. Arthur called out “Flak” and then checked with each one of us in turn to see that we had not been hit. Then the starboard outer engine burst into flames. We stopped the engine and operated the fire extinguisher button but this had no effect. Then we were hit in the bomb bay and this caught fire, so we jettisoned the bomb load. The Wireless Operator and I were trying to put out the fire when Arthur told Pilot Officer Widdowson [who was a passenger that night] to go because he was in the way. I cannot understand why he did not survive since he went out long before we did. By this time we were coned by the searchlights and there was no way we could continue. The skipper ordered “Abandon” and I was left standing by his side, helping him as best I could. Then he pointed to the port outer engine which had also caught fire and said “Get out, Ted.” The Navigator later said he didn’t know how I made it because we were already at 500 feet when he left. Arthur must have known that when he let go of the control column he wouldn’t have had time to make it to the escape hatch, but he sat there as calmly as if he was driving a bus down the main road. He made the supreme sacrifice for his crew. I wonder how many times this happened over Germany? As I left [to bale out] I looked down towards the rear and I remember seeing red, woolly balls of fire bouncing around inside the fuselage ... as I left the aircraft I could see a long, long trail of fire behind it, like a comet ...’

Mr. and Mrs. Burchett attended an Investiture at Buckingham Palace on 20 February 1945, the former receiving from the King his late son’s AFC It would not be until September 1947, however, that the Air Ministry were in a position to confirm to his parents his last resting place: ‘The aircraft in which he was flying crashed on the bank of the River Main between Raunheim and Russelsheim at about 7.45 p.m. on 20 December 1943, and the four crew members who lost their lives were buried several days later in the cemetery at Raunheim. Individual identification was unhappily impossible and our Officers in Germany have been instructed to have the graves marked collectively with the service particulars of all four crew members ...’
2111 BurdenDudley AlbertFlying Officer144193NavigatorDFC

RAFVRCoastal Command248 Sqd1944-06-10MosquitoFBVIHR117Not knownRAF PortreathPatrol See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede War Memorial. Panel 202 Read Archive Report
2112 BurdettF WSergeantBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-02-19LancasterIIIJB609PH-FWickenby2323LeipzigCrashed at Elspeet {Gelderland}KilledHarderwijk General CemeteryNachtjagd War Diaries Volume 1 This aircraft was claimed by Ofw Heinz Vinke (11,/NJG1).Elspeet 15 km North West of Apeldoorn at 4,800m. Time 05:34. This would be his 53rd kill. See Kracker Archive on this site. (Additional information from John Jones)
2113 BurdettJohn CharlesSergeant13344201922Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command640 Sqn
1944-03-24HalifaxIIILW430C8-TLeconfield19:06BerlinClaim by Oblt Karl-Heinz Seeler 5./JG302 - 10km South of Juterbog: 5,800m at 22:57. Crashed in a field located in Gerbis, near Jessen.KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 226Son of John Henry Burdett, and of Mary Jane Burdett, of Laindon, Essex.

A member of the crew of Halifax LW430. The remains of five crew members were discovered and reburied in Plot 14, Row K, Grave 8 of Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery in 2005. Unfortunately, it was not possible to identify the individual airmen.

The story of the recovery of the aircraft/crew available on request.
2114 BurdickClinton D 2nd LtO-715466USAPilotUSAAF356th Fighter Group361st Fighter Squadron: Martlesham Playboys
1944-12-05P-47 Thunderbolt. (P-51 Mustang from Nov 1944)1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2115 BurfordLindsay Rutland 'Sam'Flight SergeantAUS/437391Air/GnrRAAFBomber Command514 Sqd
1944-08-12LancasterILM180JI-GRAF Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire2144Russelheim See archive report for further details Evaded - returned to UK in September 1944None - survived the war Archive Report
2116 BurgessM RFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command50 Sqd
2117 BurgessGeorge FrederickSergeant1624834Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command115 Sqn
1944-10-06LancasterILL880KO:DRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire16:45DortmundSee Archive report for detailsKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery. Grave 8.A.15
2118 BurgessJames MichaeSergeant411401911New ZealanderAir GunnerRNZAFBomber Command15 Sqd
1942-11-06StirlingIR9201LS-UBournGardening, River GirondeAt 2145 local time, still on its outward journey over France, the Stirling was hit by flak whilst flying at low level. According to locals, the a/c appeared to be attempting a crash landing on the marshes near St Andre-des Eaux, making a gradual descent until it hit a row of trees and cartwheeled into the ground, disintegrating but not catching fire. The crew of eight were killed instantly. Because the a/c crashed at a shallow angle, most of the wreckage was left on the surface of the soft ground and was easily recovered, but the four Bristol Hercules XI engines carried on across the marsh, the furthest one was found 500 metres from the main impact pointKilledEscoublac-la-Baule War Cemetery Plot 2 Row D Grave 12The airmen were gathered for burial by local people, and they were laid to rest together at Escoublac la Baule War Cemetery on 9 Nov 1942. Father Robin Moyon conducted the service

Son of William Burgess and of Ada Anne Burgess (nee Starck), of Marton, Wellington, New Zealand
2119 BurgessThomas OakleyFlight Sergeant551290Age 21UKWireless Operator/Air GunnerDFM

RAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1941-07-06WellingtonIIW5360PH-URAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire2325BrestSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledGuilers Churchyard. Collective graveSon of Thomas Henry and Bertha Emily Burgess, of Mitcham, Surrey. Grave inscription: 'A Departure To Make Reunion Dearer. Mum And Dad'.

See archive report for DFM details

2120 BurgessRobert OrvilleFlight Lieutenant119467NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command192 Sqn
1944-06-27MosquitoIVDK327DT:NFoulsham00:10BSOperations around Vitry-le-Francois. Badly shot about and crash-landed 02:53 at Friston airfield in Sussex. No inuries reportedUninjured
2121 BurgessCSergeantBomber Command44 Sqd
1943-12-23LancasterIIIED999KM-XDunholme Lodge.0009.BerlinBelieved shot down by night fighterKilledHannover War Cemetery
Nachtjagd War Diaries Volume 1. This aircraft was claimed by Oblt Paul Zorner (8./NJG3). Vechta-Quakenbruck/South Diepholz at 6,300m. Time 05:43.This was his 19th kill. He would score another kill at 06:02. See Kracker Archive on this site. (Additional information from John Jones)
2122 BurgessT M ASergeant1389310Bomber Command57 Sqd
2123 BurgessW J HFlight SergeantBomber Command7 Sqd
2124 BurgessMalcolm RobertFlight Sergeant423076AustraliaRAAF50 Sqd RAF
1944-06-06RAAF Honour Roll
2125 BurgessJames RussellFlight Sergeant422130AustraliaRAAF70 Sqd RAF
1944-06-29RAAF Honour Roll
2126 BurgwalRudolph FransFlying Officer113893Age 26DutchPilotRAFVR DutchFighter Command322 Sqd Netherlands
1944-08-12SpitfireIXMH370 - Some publications state MH7303W-LRAF Deanland, SussexEscortSee archive report for further brief details. Lost Archive for full detailsKilledInitially buried Saint-Isle Communal Cemetery, Mayenne, F. Reburied Nederlands Ereveld Orry-la-Ville, Senlis, F, grave A/1/3
Courtesy Rob Philips

The Lost Archive

Born on the 27th September 1917 at Soerabaja, Java - F/O. Burgwal was the top V1 flying ace with 19 confirmed
2127 BurkeWSergeantBomber Command44 Sqd
1944-11-06LancasterIME791KM-KTrainingCrash landedKilledRunnymede
2128 BurkeLloyd K.Staff Sergeant39123034AmericanTail GunnerUSAAF8th Air Force373th Bomber Squadron (96th Bombardment Group (H))1944-04-13B-17G42-97480AW:BSnetterton Heath (Station #138), Norfolk, EnglandAugsburg, GermanyOn the southern leg of the flight the a/c came under repeated fighter attacks by Bf-19s. Damage inflicted included one engine knocked out, causing the crew to bail out. The aircraft crashed at 1625 hrs at Idenkeim, six miles South of Bitburg, GermanyPoW - Dulag Luft Grosstychow, Dulag 12
2129 BurkhartMorris C 2nd LtO-819502USAPilotUSAAF50th Fighter Group313th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-23P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2130 BurkwoodR WFlight SergeantBomber Command61 Sqd
2131 BurlesonThomas H 1st LtO-748903USAPilotUSAAFIX Air Support Command422nd Night Fighter Squadron
1944-12-25Northrop P-61 Black Widow1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2132 BurleyPhilip KennethFlight Lieutenant1498741920PilotDFC

RAFVRBomber Command692 Sqn
1944-07-07MosquitoXVIMM147P3:MGraveley23:15BerlinCrashed at 01:28 to the W of Granzow, 9 km WNW from the centre of Kyritz. Claimed by Oblt. Fritz E. Krause, his 1st Abschuss, from 1./NJGr.10 over W. Kyritz, 65 km NW Berlin at 7.800 at 01:48 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten)KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery 7.C.7Gransden Lodge corrected to Graveley by Roy Montrowe 07/2104

DFC awarded whilst with 107 Sqn, gazetted 20th April 1943

Son of Francis and Mary Ann Burley, of Ward End, Birmingham
2133 BurnellSSergeantBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-01-05LancasterIIIJB357PH-SWickenby2349StettinCrashed in Target areaKilledPoznan Old Garrison Cemetery Poland
2134 BurnellCharles JohnFlight Lieutenant131997DFC

37 Sqd RAF

1944-07-06WellingtonXMF241BFoggia 2/Tortorella21:51 take offAttack Feuersbrunn air field, AustriaCrashed near the AdlerwerkeKilledKlagenfurt War Cemetery Austria Joint Grave 4. C. 6-7.
37 Sqd Bombing Leader
2135 BurnettT APilot OfficerRAAFBomber Command90 Sqd
1944-06-10LancasterIIINE177WP-HTuddenham2322DreuxCrashed at Grandvilliers {Eure}KilledDreux Communal Cemetery
2136 BurnettRSergeant1343994Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command51 Sqn
1944-05-24HalifaxIIILW498MH:TSnaith22:51AachenLW498 was claimed by Hptm.Friedrich Karl Müller, his 13th Abschuss, from 1./NJGr.10, over Roemond at 4500 m, at 01:20 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten)

Crashed between Baexem (Limburg) and Grathem, two small Dutch villages 10 km W of Roermond.
PoWRepatriated on Letitia which docked at Liverpool on 2 February 1945.
2137 BurnettWilliam AlexanderSergeant1062774W/Op/Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command90 Sqd
1944-06-27LancasterIIINE145WP-DRAF Tuddenham, Suffolk 2341Biennais See archive report for further information KilledTunbridge Wells Cemetery. Row C. Grave 8 Read Archive Report
2138 BurnettDavid Mark TyndallPilot OfficerJ8523823rd February 1923 in Eastland, SaskatchewanCanadianPilotRCAFBomber Command692 Sqn
1944-05-12MosquitoIVDZ6383P:?Graveley02:12KielHit by 1, 4 & 5/Marine Flak Abt 274 and 1 & 2/Marine Flak Abt 254 and Crashed on the mud flats off Kaiser-Wilhelm-Koog at 04:09 (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 249
Paradie Archive DatabaseThe report by Flt Lt Mackenzie 21 Section No4 MREU dated 17 June 1946 is available upon request.

Son of William David and Christina (née Tyndall) Burnett of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
2139 BurnettAlan JamesFlying Officer134527NavigatorDFC

RAFVRBomber Command109 Sqn
1944-07-01MosquitoXVIML931HS:?Little Staughton23:20Scholven-BuerHit by cannon fire from a night fighter and, later, crash-landed at 02:25 at Woodbridge airfield, Suffolk. Probable claim Oblt. Hans-Joachim Fincke from 2./NJG1 over the sea 60 km west of Den Haag at 4.900 m at 01:38 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten)Survived DFC awarded to Act. Flt.Lt. wilst with 109 Sqn., gazetted 15th September 1944
2140 BurnettTSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
2141 BurnettThomas AlfredPilot Officer421069AustraliaRAAF90 Sqd RAF
1944-06-11RAAF Honour Roll
2142 BurnsAlfred JohnFlight Sergeant42471118 June 1922 in Mascot, NSW, AustraliaAustralianAir GunnerRAAFBomber Command77 Sqn
1944-06-16HalifaxIIIMZ715KN:ZFull Sutton23:26SterkradeProbable claim by Hptm Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 - near Rhenen (JM 14): 4,000m at 01:50. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Debris was scattered between Ochten (Gelderland) and Dodewaard, two small villages on the North bank of the Waal 18km NW of Nijmegen. The aircraft exploded in the air, throwing WO Owen clear. He spent some time in hospital.KilledDodewaard General Cemetery Joint Grave 316.The bodies of four crew members were discovered close to the wreckage. The four crew members who perished were buried by the Germans with military honours at the cemetery in Uden on 20 June 1944. Two crew members - Air Gunners Flt Sgt Burns and Flt Sgt Tiernan were found under the wreckage a few days later. Transport difficulties prevented their burial in Uden and instead they were buried here in Dodewaard at the Municipal Cemetery on June 24, 1944

Son of Arthur James Burns and Emily Adelaide Burns, of Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia
2143 BurnsR JFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command427 Sqd RCAF
1944-08-12HalifaxIIILV821ZL-NLeeming2115BraunschweigCrashed in North SeaKilledRunnymede Paradie Archive Database
2144 BurnsJ CFlight LieutenantJ15830CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command431 (Iroquois) Sqn, RCAF
1944-06-16HalifaxIIIMZ537SE:HCroft23:14SterkradeShot down by Nightfighter - Lt. Kristopher of 3/NJG-7 at Tiel, Holland at 01:20.

The Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten has a claim by Lt Ludiger Krimphove 3/NJG7 - Tiel: 5,800m at 01:20. Crashed at Puiflijk (Gelderland) about 3 km SW of the small town of Druten, S of the Waal and 19 km WNW of Nijmegen
PoW No. 5067, Stalag Luft 1Paradie Archive DatabaseParadie Archive MZ537
2145 BurnsG JSergeantBomber Command44 Sqd
1944-06-09LancasterINN697KM-RDunholme Lodge2203EtampesCrashed at Morigny-ChampignyKilledMorigny-Champigny Communal Cemetery
2146 BurnsJ WSergeantBomber Command640 Sqd
1944-06-27HalifaxIIILW502C8-YLeconfield1142MimoyecquesCrashed on take off
2147 BurnsNorman JohnWarrant Officer422019AustraliaRAAF5 Communication Unit Garbutt1944-11-06RAAF Honour Roll
2148 BurnsAlfred JohnFlight Sergeant424711AustraliaRAAF77 Sqd RAF
1944-06-17RAAF Honour Roll
2149 BurnsDean R 1st LtO-674032USAPilotUSAAF370th Fighter Group402nd Fighter Squadron
1944-06-23P-38 Lightning1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2150 BurnsRobert G 1st LtO-821662USAPilotUSAAF373rd Fighter Group411th Fighter Squadron1944-12-26P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)

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