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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
3451 SaundersA FSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-08-30StirlingIIIEH938AA-FMepal.0019.MonchengladbachCrashed Lommel BelgiumKilledHeverlee War Cemetery Belgium
3452 SavageJ HSergeantRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1942-07-28WellingtonIIIBJ599AA-FeltwellHamburgCrashed at Steinbeck GermanyKilledBecklingen War Cemetery
3453 SavageK E APilot OfficerBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1941-09-17WellingtonIcX9834AA-FeltwellKarlsruheCrash landed at HolsthumKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
3454 SavageWSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-12-16StirlingIIIEF163JN-LMepal1700GardeningCrashed at Sutton CambsKilled
3455 SavageThomas GeorgeAC1NZ/4214902Born on the 09th July 1921New ZealandPassengerRNZAFFar East2 Sqd RNZAF1944-01-17VenturaPV-INZ45205533Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands1445Ferry Flightsee archive report for further brief detailsMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 9.

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Son of George Savage and of Annie Reeves Savage (née Wilkinson), of Carterton, Wellington, New Zealand. Worked as an apprentice plumber for J. Moughan in Napier prior to service
3456 SavageRalph GordonLACNZ/4214285Age 36New ZealandPassengerRNZAFTransport Command40 Squadron (RNZAF)1945-09-24C-47B DakotaNZ3526-Whenuapai, Auckland, New Zealand530TransitSee archive report for further brief details and his lossMissing - believed killedBourail Memorial. Panel 9Born on the 22nd December 1908 at Pleasant Point. Enlisted on the 02nd November 1942. Son of George Savage (died 01st December 1919, age 47) and of Emily Elizabeth Savage (née Burrows - died 27th March 1964, age 84), of Riccarton, Canterbury, New Zealand. A carpenter by trade with Field Maintenance Unit.
3457 SawardHoward CharlesFlight Sergeant4194824th August 1920, Waikato, New ZealandNew ZealandPilotRNZAFFighter Command486 Sqn RNZAF
1943-09-24TyphoonIbEJ915SA-YRAF Tangmere1100RamrodPossible claim by Fw Siegfried Lemke 1/JG 2 - 6km South West of Honfleur: 800m at 12:05.PoW No. 659, Stalag Luft 6 Heydekrug


Courtesy Helen McFarlane

Killed flying a Meteor F.4 RA450 on the 26th August 1948
3458 SawardHoward CharlesPilot Officer401622224th August 1920, Waikato, New ZealandNew ZealandPilotRAFFighter Command, 11 Group222 Sqn
1948-08-26MeteorF4RA450RAF Thorney Island16:00Solo Cine Gun exercise13 minutes after taking off lost control and dived into the sea 3/4 miles off Shoreham by Sea.Killed - body not recoveredAuckland War Memorial


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He was an experienced pilot, having flown 422 hours solo (40 on Meteor) in 63 wartime ops. During the war Saward served with the RAF as a member of the RNZAF. He flew operationally with the Takoradi Defence Flight and 128 Squadron, RAF, in West Africa and later from Britain with 486 Sqn, RNZAF, until shot down and captured in September 1943. It is believed that after WW2 Flt.Sgt. Saward transferred to the RAF.

The pilot had been performing very steep turns and failed to acknowledge radio calls. It was thought that he might have been become unconscious while manoevring.

Son of Charles Arthur and Alice Rosalind (née Wakelin) Saward and husband to Patricia May (née Harper) Saward of Auckland, New Zealand.
3459 Sawrey-CooksonReginaldWing Commander39574BritishPilotDSO

DFC

Bomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1942-04-05WellingtonIIIX3489AA-FeltwellKolnShot downKilledRheinberg War Cemetery

Portrait by Eric Kennington
SON OF CLEMENT SAWREY-COOKSON, AND OF MYRA SAWREY-COOKSON (NEE NEILSON); HUSBAND OF JOAN WYNNE SAWREY-COOKSON (NEE JEUDWINE), OF BOURTON-ON-THE-WATER, GLOUCESTERSHIRE.

Crew: Wing Commander R Sawrey-Cookson, Pilot Officer W F Budd (RNZAF), Sergeant E Hainsworth, Sergeant D P Stock, Flying Officer G E Mitchell (RCAF), Sergeant R H Emery: killed; Wellington X3489, 75 Squadron RNZAF; aircraft shot down and crashed near Cologne, Germany during an operational flight, 6 April 1942.

DFC Citation: Acting Flight Lieutenant Reginald SAWREY-COOKSON (38574), No. 149 Squadron. One night in November, 1940, this officer was detailed to attack a target at Gelsenkirchen. He was unable to locate his target owing to heavy cloud but, determined to find a profitable objective, he eventually located an unlighted aerodrome on which nine large bombers were lined up on the runway. Diving to 1,500 feet he made several runs over the aerodrome and, in spite of opposition from ground defences, dropped his bombs when sure of obtaining good results. He has consistently shown the utmost determination in locating and accurately bombing his target. Flight Lieutenant Sawrey-Cookson has completed many operational flights over enemy and enemy occupied territory.

DSO Citation: This officer has participated in numerous operational missions a's captain of aircraft. His tenacity and determination to seek and destroy his allotted target have been most marked. This was particularly so one night in March, 1941, when, in an attack on the enemy battle cruisers at Brest, he made twelve runs over the target before releasing his bombs. On a later occasion, when over Kiel, he was twice forced down to almost ground level by anti-aircraft fire but, in spite of damage to his aircraft, he came back each time, eventually releasing his bombs over the target. His gallantry and devotion to duty have been outstanding.
3460 SawtellA HFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1944-02-24StirlingIIIEH948AA-QMepal1810GardeningKilledAabenraa Cemetery Denmark
3461 SawyerHSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-02-13StirlingIR9316AA-KNewmarket1753LorientAbandoned near PlouayPoW
3462 SaywellEdward WrightFlight SergeantNZ/415372Age 25New Zealand PilotRNZAFBomber Command35 Sqd (Madras Presidency)
1943-07-13HalifaxIIHR819TL-KRAF Graveley, Huntingdonshire2334Aachen See archive report for further brief details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 199. Son of Raymond and Margaret Maud Saywell (née Vickers), of New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand.
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3463 ScanlonArthur Joseph StephenFlight SergeantNZ425468Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRNZAFBomber Command171 Sqd
1944-11-26HalifaxIIINA1086Y-VRAF North Creake, NorfolkBomber SupportAbandoned near ParisBaled out, landed safely and returned to squadron Read Archive Report
3464 ScansieM RPilot Officer 411491RNZAFBomber Command1942-06-16StirlingN6088OssingtonCrashed at RetfordKilledFinningley St Oswald
3465 ScarfeLeslie ThomasSergeant1261331Air/BmrBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-04-28StirlingIW7513AA-GRAF Newmarket, Suffolk2042Gardening See archive report for further information Missing - believed killedRunnymede Panel 164 Read Archive Report
3466 ScarlettWilliamSgt 1027850Bomb AimerDFM

RAFBomber142 Sqd
1942-11Mine layingFlak and night fighter attackSurvivedSgt Raymond Wright RNZAF pilot
3467 SchawFrederick ArthurWarrant Officer4044121922New ZealanderPilot RNZAFBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1942-10-05HalifaxIIW7824DY-Pocklington1841AachenConed by several searchlights and hit by Flak of 7 Flak Division over Koln. Aircraft crashed in flames at Ingendorf at 2250 hrsKilledRheinburg War Cemetery Plot 4 Row A Grave 19Son of Thomas Stamford Roscoe Schaw and Leila Dorothy Schaw, of Woodville, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand
3468 SchawF AWarrant OfficerRNZAFBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1942-08-28HalifaxIIW7712DY-SPocklington2004SaarbruckenCrash landed at Honington
3469 SchawF AFlight SergeantRNZAFBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1942-08-05HalifaxIIW7706DY-OTopcliffe2206BochumCrash landed at W Raynham NFK
3470 SchmidtS TPilot OfficerRNZAFBomber Command76 Sqd
1943-09-05HalifaxVDK223MP-NHolme on Spalding Moor1928MannheimCrashed NE of Saarbrucken GermanyKilledCholoy War Cemetery France
3471 SchofieldS HSergeantRNZAFBomber Command107 Sqd
1942-07-28BostonIIIAL765OM-Great Massingham2201IntruderCrashed at Egmond-aan-de-HoefKilledBergen General Cemetery
3472 SchofieldTasman ErrolWarrant Officer391387Air Gunner (Rear)RNZAFBomber Command149 Sqn
1941-06-11WellingtonIcW5439OJ:XMildenhall23:43DusseldorfSee Archive report for detailsPoW No: 18296, Stalag 357
3473 SchofieldJ WSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-01-23StirlingIR9248AA-HNewmarket1746LorientCrashed at St Thegonnec FranceKilledSt Thegonnec Communal
3474 SchollumBernard JosephFlight SergeantNZ/421992W/Op/Air/GunnerRNZAFBomber Command149 Sqd (East India)
1943-09-27StirlingIIIEF495OJ-RRAF Lakenheath, Suffolk2004Hannover See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 199
Archive Report EF495
3475 SchraderWarren Edward 'Smokey'WCdrNew ZealandPilotRNZAFFighter Command1435Flt
486 Sqd (NZ)

486 Sqd 616 Sqd
13 [11+2]Ace Spitfire Malta Italy 1943
3476 SchultzK OFlight SergeantRNZAFBomber Command623 Sqd
1943-11-07StirlingIIIEF156IC-EDownham Market2255Gardening?KilledRunnymede
3477 SchultzK OFlight SergeantRNZAFBomber Command623 Sqd
1943-09-25StirlingIIIEF499IC-KDownham Market1900GardeningCrashed at base on return
3478 ScobleD BSergeantNZ.405327RNZAFBomber Command214 Sqd
1943-03-01StirlingIR9145BU-KChedburgh1845BerlinAbandoned near KonigreichPoW
3479 ScottDesmond JamesGrp CaptAshburton, CanterburyNew ZealandPilotDSO

OBE

DFC & Bar

RAF & RNZAFFighter Command3 Sqd

198 Sqd

486 Sqd (NZ)

Tangmere Wing
123 Wing
Hurricane, Typhoon8 [5+3]
Ace 5 (Foreman)

In January 1941, Scott and E.L 'Nipper' Joyce, another New Zealander from Scott's Wigram course, were posted to 3 Sqd, which was then based at Skeabrae in the Orkney Islands, defending the nearby naval base at Scapa Flow. On 3 April 1941, 3 Sqd was transferred to Martlesham Heath near Ipswich and became part of 11 Group. On 9 April, they were joined by 71 Sqd, and both units settled down to a quiet period of convoy patrols. Both units were equipped with Hurricane Marks IIA and IIB, armed with eight and 12 .303-inch Browning machine guns, respectively, although these were being changed for the improved Mark IIC, which was armed with four 20 mm Hispano cannon. It became apparent that 3 Sqd was expected to operate both by day and by night in a wide range of roles:

'The reason for our shift south soon became obvious. Instead of waiting for the Luftwaffe to visit Britain, the hierarchy of the RAF had decided to take the air war into the enemy's domain. Not only were we expected to carry out attacks on enemy shipping and targets in Belgium and France, we were also expected to do night fighter patrols over London – a dual role that was versatile but very exhausting. We could cover most operations from Martlesham Heath, but fighter nights over London had to be carried out from Debden on account of its runways and better night-flying facilities. Thus we could be attacking shipping in the morning (Roadsteads), escorting Blenheim or Stirling bombers over France in the afternoon (Circuses) and flying defensive patrols over London on the same night.' — Desmond J. Scott, 'One More Hour'

Scott made his first claims on 7 August 1941, a pair of Bf-109s damaged over Le Touquet. During night intruder operations over the Netherlands, Scott was to claim several kills during the first half of 1942, totalling 3.5 claimed destroyed, 3 probables and 3 damaged. He was promoted flight sergeant in May 1942 before being commissioned in July, becoming a flight commander in August. In September, he received the Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar, was promoted to squadron leader, and rested from operations, serving with HQ Fighter Command in a staff position.

In April 1943, he converted to the Hawker Typhoon and joined 198 Sqd as a squadron leader, before moving to command 486 Sqd (NZ), flying offensive fighter-bomber operations over Europe. In the next four months, he claimed another 2 destroyed and 2 shared destroyed. In August 1943, he received the Distinguished Service Order and became Wing Leader, RAF Tangmere. In November 1943, he was rested and posted as Commanding Officer, RAF Hawkinge. In March 1944, he commanded the newly formed 123 Wing, flying Typhoons, taking the unit to Europe during mid-1944, and becoming the youngest group captain in the RNZAF. He finished his tour in February 1945. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for rescuing a pilot from a burning crashed aircraft. Scott's claims for the war were 5 (and 3 shared) aircraft destroyed, 4 (and 2 shared) 'probables', 5 (and 1 shared) damaged
3480 ScottRoy HaroldSergeantR/137578Age 20CanadaAir GunnerRCAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1942-10-11WellingtonIIIBK341AA-?RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk1800GardeningCrashed near SkallingenKilledEsbjerg Cemetery (Fourfelt). Grave AIII. 9. 14.

Paradie Archive DatabaseBorn on the 10th November 1921 at Cobalt. Worked as a moulder prior to service. Trained at Camp Borden, Canada. Son of Daniel R. and Annie B. Scott, of Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. Grave inscription: 'His Cheery Smile And Heart Of Gold No Dearer Son This World Could Hold. Mum & Dad.
3481 ScottLeslie McKenzieFlight SergeantNZ/4012911917PilotRNZAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1942-03-13WellingtonIIZ8578PH-Binbrook2015DunkerqueGerman death cards state Wellington aircraft crashed in flames on the Belgium coast on 13 March 1942 at 2305. Three bodies were recovered from the crash but were unidentifiable.KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 117Son of Robert Alexander Scott and Ivy Beatrice Scott, of Brown's Bay, Auckland, New Zealand
3482 ScottD FFlight SergeantNZ416173RNZAFBomber Command166 Sqd
1943-07-08WellingtonXHF453AS-XKirmington.0013.Gardening?KilledRunnymede
3483 ScottHoward GeorgeFlight SergeantNZ/424527Born on the 05th December 1921New ZealandPilotRNZAFFighter Command488 Sqd RNZAF
1944-07-14MosquitoNF.XIIIMM551ME-XRAF Zeals, Wiltshire2315PatrolCrashed near SouthamptonKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery. Grave 8.AA.5

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3484 ScottBruce FrederickFlying Officer421536Age 22New ZalandBomb AimerRNZAFBomber Command622 Sqd
1945-04-19LancasterB.IPA285GI-ORAF Mildenhall, Suffolk957RegensburgFailed To Return Mildenhall. The aircraft was hit by flak and seen going out of control as five parachutes were observed to leave the Lancaster. Crash Burgweinting, 5km SE , of Regensburg. It is reported that three of the bodies were found in the wreckage, whilst three had been electrocuted on an overhead electric cableKilledDurnbach War Cemetery. 5.G.18-20

Squadron ORB (Operational Record Book): Operational Flying: BOMBING – REGENSBURG. 20 aircraft detailed, 20 aircraft took off, 19 aircraft attacked primary target, dropping 293 x 500 ANM 64 and 8 blue smoke puffs between 13:55½ and 14:07 hours from 18500/19500 ft. One aircraft 514/J2 brought back 16 x 500 ANM 64 which hung up after every effort to release after orbiting. 10 aircraft detailed to bomb on GH. 6 bombed on GH and 3 on GH leaders. 10 aircraft bombed visually. Weather was clear over target and whole route. GH runs were good. Bombing concentrated, but appears to have overshot and undershot, in effect straddling target. Fires and smoke seen. Railway bridge seen hit. Large fire and column of smoke 10-15 miles east of target, and another 10-15 miles south west. Flak was nil increasing to slight. No enemy fighters seen. One aircraft seen shot down at 1400hrs (Lancaster I PA285, GI-O of 622 Sqn was the only aircraft lost on this raid). All 514 Squadron aircraft landed.
Son of Richard Ellis Scott and Doris Marmion Scott, of Morrinsville, Auckland, New Zealand.



Robbins Crew PA285

Born on the 31st October 1922 at Morrinsville. Worked as an electrician prior to service. Enlisted on the 27th of February 1942 at Rongotai. Embarked for Canada on the 12th February 1943. Air bomber badge and commissioned on the 23rd December 1943. Embarked for England on the 20th of January 1944. Further training at 16653 Operational Training Unit on the Stirling. Joined 622 squadron on 07th January 1945 from No. 3 Lancaster Finishing School. Son of Richard Ellis Scott and Doris Marmion Scott (née Friedric - died 14th December 1965, age 68), of Morrinsville, Auckland, New Zealand. 391 flying hours logged and on his 21st operational sortie.

3485 ScottAndrew James NewellSergeantNZ/414685Age 21New ZealandPilotRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-02-03StirlingIR9250AA-WRAF Newmarket, Suffolk1821Hamburg See archive report for further details KilledAmersfoort (Oud Leusden) General Cemetery Plot 13. Row 13. Grave 211.
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3486 ScottR JFlying OfficerRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1945-03-21LancasterING449JN-TMepal945MunsterShot down by flak over target areaKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
3487 ScottASergeantRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1942-12-02StirlingIBK618AA-QNewmarket202FrankfurtCrashed at Adar-Oberstein GermanyKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
3488 ScottJohn HaroldFlying Officer4287971915New ZealanderPilotRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqn RNZAF
1944-11-04LancasterIIIND917AA:OMepal11:31SolingenBrought down some 9 km SE of target area, crashing near Wermelskirchen. The crew were buried at Wermelskirchen, but later transferred to RheinbergKilledRheinberg War Cemetery 5.C.3Son of Hedley Scott and of Eileen Scott (nee Tod), of Merton, Otago, New Zealand
3489 ScottAlister (Alistair) HenryFlight Sergeant4282591917New ZealanderNavigatorRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqn RNZAF
1944-11-04LancasterIIIND917AA:OMepal11:31SolingenBrought down some 9 km SE of target area, crashing near Wermelskirchen. The crew were buried at Wermelskirchen, but later transferred to RheinbergKilledRheinberg War Cemetery 5.B.25Son of A. W. Scott and Ella Scott, of Glenorchy, Otago, New Zealand
3490 ScottFrancis Alexander JackSergeant421105New ZealanderPilotRNZAFBomber Command75 Sqn RNZAF
1944-05-27LancasterIIIND802 “The Flying Scotsman”AA:DRAF Mepal, Cambridgeshire00:45AachenSee archive report for full detailsKilledGilze-En-Rijen Roman Catholic Cemetery. Grave 3
3491 ScottG LSergeantRNZAFBomber Command97 Sqd (Straits Settlements)
1941-08-12ManchesterIL7424OF-Coningsby2102BerlinCrashed near MunsterPoW
3492 ScottDSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1945-02-03LancasterIII ND801JN-XMepal1641DortmundOvershot on return crashed into houseInjured
3493 ScottAlister (Alistair) HenrySergeant428259Age 27New ZealanderNavigatorRNZAFBomber Command11 OTU
1944-04-28WellingtonXJA456OP:MRAF Westcott, Buckinghamshire23:45Night Navigation SortieWhile cruising at 15,000 ft over the Bristol Channel, the port engine failed. Heading for the nearby Pembrokeshire coast, the aircraft arrived over Haverfordwest airfield where, at 2345, the crew attempted to land. Due to their unfamiliarity with the airfield, coupled with the problem of only having one operating engine, the aircraft touched down some way down the runway. Almost immediately the aircraft bounced into the air and then crashed into a ravine just beyond the airfield, bursting into flamesSurvived injured, Killed in action 4 Nov 194475 Sqn, Lancaster III, ND917.

Born on the 06th February 19178 at Glenorchy. Worked as a farmer on his fathers farm prior to enlisting on the 13th July 1942 at Blenheim. Son of A. W. Scott and Annabella (known as Ella) Scott (née Matheson), of Glenorchy, Otago, New Zealand. 844 Flying hours logged and completed 26 operational sorties at the date of his death.

3494 ScottWilliam E.Fl/SgtNZ415211Age ?New ZealandNavRNZAFMiddle East458 Sqd RAAF
1944-04-08WellingtonXIIIJA408FU-KGhisonaccia, Corsica2304Anti submarine Spezia-OrbetelloSee archive report for further detailsSurvived

Courtesy AWMM


Survived the ordeal and also returned to active service after recuperating in hospital, survived the war. Home address listed as 40 Donald Street, Karopi, Wellington, New Zealand. Friend listed as Mrs B. Fish of Larne, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.
3495 ScottAllan DouglasSergeantNZ/401234Age 20New ZealandObserverRNZAFCoastal Command217 Sqd

19 Group

1941-07-17BeaufortIAW189MW-XRAF St. Eval, Cornwall815Shipping StrikeSee Archive report for detailsKilledEscoublac-La-Baule War Cemetery. Grave 1. C

Courtesy AWMM


Born on the 18th September at Hamilton. Worked as a carpenter for his fathers business - Landboat Company of Hamilton. Enlisted at Levin on the 07th May 1940. Attached to No. 1 Air Observer School on 01st July 1940. Air observer bade awarded on the 21st September 1940 and promoted to sergeant. Embarked for England on the 06th October 1940. Joined 221 squadron, Wellingtons, on the 14th December 1940, spent a short period with 26 squadron on the Lysander. From there he joined 97 squadron on the Manchester 18th April 1941. Finally joining 217 squadron on the 02nd January 1942.

Son of Walter William Scott (died 21st August 1946, age 65) and of Annie Rebecca Scott (nee Cave - died 12 May 1954, age 71), of Hamilton, Auckland, New Zealand. Brother of Elsie Eileen and Ronald Walter Havelock (killed in a motorbike accident age 21 on the 13 May 1930. A total of 89 flying hours logged and his 17th operational sortie.

3496 ScottMarcellius JamesCivilianAge 48New ZealandPX/Agriculture DepartmentNZ ArmyTransport6 Sqd (RNZAF)
1943-06-05CatalinaPB-5NZ4006-RNZAF Luthale Bay, Fiji0430Ferry flightSee archive report for detailed informationMissing - believed killedNot knownBorn on 16 January 1895 in Orari, Canterbury. Served in the army during WW1 when he was wounded resulting in the left leg was amputated. Son of John (died 13th December 1921, age 81) and Bridget Scott (née O/Connell - died 23rd July 1956, age 98) and husband of Ada Jessie Scott (née Whitta - died 06th May 1977, age 90) of Timaru, Canterbury, New Zealand.
3497 ScoularIan CowieSergeantNZ/391870Age 25New ZealandObserverRNZAFBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1940-10-24WhitleyVP5073DY-DRAF Linton-On-Ouse, Yorkshire2202BerlinSee archive report for further detailsKilledNewton-On-Ouse Churchyard (All Saints). Row Q. Grave 7

Courtesy AWMM

Born on the 12th June 1915 at Dunedin. Prior to service worked as a farmer at his fathers business Matakanui Staion. Joined the RNZAF after 2 months in the army on 17th December 1939 at Levin. Awarded his observers badge and promoted to sergeant on the 04th May 1940. Joined 102 Squadron on the 09th September 1940 after further trading at 11OTU. Son of Andrew Cowie Scoular (died 1945 age 45), and of Eily Melford Scoular (née Smith - died 20th October 1970 age 80), brother of Jean Halstead (née Scoular - died 1977 age 65) of Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand. Also remembered at Omakau Cemetery at Otago, New Zealand. 133 flying hours logged.
3498 ScraggR ASergeantRNZAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1942-03-09WellingtonIIW5442PH-BBinbrook2039EssenCrashed NW of AmsterdamKilledBergen General Cemetery
3499 ScudderJ WSergeantBomber Command75 Sqd RNZAF
1943-04-08StirlingIIIBK770AA-LNewmarket2130DuisburgCrashed Bressingham NORFOLKKilled
3500 ScullinPhilip PatrickSergeantNZ/405512New ZealandW/Op/Air/GunnerRNZAFCoastal Command39 Sqd RAF
1942-08-20BeaufortIcAW295XZ-?Luqa, MaltaAnti ShippingSee Archive report for detailsPoW No: 33652 Camp:Stalag Lamsdorf

Courtesy AAWM


Trained at No. 3 Wireless School, Winnipeg, Manitob, Canada and No. 6 Bombing and Gunnery School, Mountain View, Ontario. W/Op badge awarded and promoted to sergeant on the 04th August 1941. Passed away on the 13th September 1984 at Hamilton, New Zealand.

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