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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
4001 FoxF JFlight SergeantPilotFighter602 Sqd
1944-06-10SpitfireIXNH203PatrolCrash landed in Normandy
4002 FoxHarrySergeant1517617Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command77 Sqn
1944-06-08HalifaxIIIMZ701KN:?Full Sutton02:07TrainingCrashed almost immediately on take-off, due to engine failure and loss of controlKilledHuddersfield {Lockwood} Cemetery, Cons. Sec. C. Grave 277Son of Herbert and Eva Fox, of Berry Brow, Huddersfield.
4003 FoyBlake GordonFlying OfficerJ/13833Age ?CanadianWireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command190 Sqd1944-07-23StirlingIVLJ882L9-HRAF Fairford, GloucestershireSOE 'Rupert' See archive report for further details KilledGraffigny-Chemin Communal Cemetery. Collective grave 12-22Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report
4004 FoyT JFlight SergeantBomber Command83 Sqd
1944-06-08LancasterIIIND930OL-QConingsby906Bois de CassanCrashed at Pontoise KilledPontoise Communal Cemetery
4005 FoyRobert W CaptainO-745340USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group363rd Fighter Squadron
1944-06-29P-51 Mustang3 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4006 FoyRobert W CaptainO-745340USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group: Yoxford Boys1944-12-02P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4007 FoyRobert W CaptainO-745340USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group: Yoxford Boys1944-12-23P-51 Mustang2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4008 FoyleG VSergeantBomber Command61 Sqd
1944-06-15LancasterIME783QR-ESkellingthorpe2017ChatelleraultCrashed at Besse-Thure {Vienne}KilledEscoublac la Baule War Cemetery
4009 FradleyGeorgeSergeant1457002Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command9 Sqd
1943-12-20LancasterIIIED700WS-OBardney1702FrankfurtShortly after bombing the primary target, the Lancaster was attacked by a night- fighter, who fire killed Sgt. Knox, RCAF. Considerable damage was inflicted and later the crew were obliged to ditch at 2322 hours out of fuel and roughly 15 miles N of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk and within 4 miles of the shore. The survivors were picked up by an ASR launch after spending 4 hours in their dinghy and taken into Great YarmouthRescued, Killed in action 15 Jan 1944 9 Sqn, Lancaster III, ED721
4010 FranchukSSergeantRCAFBomber Command101 Sqd
1942-12-06LancasterIED322SR-THolme on Spalding MoorMannheimCrashed Carmarthen BayKilledRunnymedeParadie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report
4011 FrancisRaymond Leslie Pilot OfficerAUS/418380PilotRAAFBomber Command1667 HCU
1944-07-07HalifaxVLL459Not knownRAF Sandtoft, North Lincolnshire2140Training exerciseSee archive report for detailsKilledHarrogate (Stonefall) Cemetery. Sec B. Row E. Grave 12Read Archive Report
4012 FrancisJ CWarrant Officer Class 1RCAFBomber Command90 Sqd
1944-06-10LancasterIIINE149WP-ATuddenham2313DreuxCrashed at Berou-la-Mulotiere {Eure-et-Loir}KilledBerou-la-Mulotiere Communal Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
4013 FrancisJ SSergeantBomber Command101 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIME613SR-M2Ludford Magna2314WesselingShot down by nightfighter. Nightfighter - Uffz Koppelmayer of 6 / NJG-1 - 14 km West of Hertogenbosch @ 0209L - Crashed at Drunen {Noord-Brabant}KilledJonkerbos War CemeteryAttacker
Uffz Koppelmayer of 6 / NJG-1
4014 FrancisJ DSergeantBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1944-06-11HalifaxIIIMZ651DY-ZPocklington2204Massy-PalaiseauCrashed at Autheuil-Authouillet {Eure}KilledAutheuil Communal Cemetery
4015 FrancisSydney FrederickPilot Officer54718Age ?UKPilotRAFBomber Command115 Sqd
1944-06-07LancasterIIIND790KO-HRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire34ChervreusseND790 the following pilots could claim this aircraft: Lt Gerhard Wagner 8/NJG5 – St Clair-Houdan area (UD-AD): 1,600m at 02:03 or Mantes-Houdan area (AD): 1,600m at 02:06. Lt Martin Tschiersch 6/NJG2 - St Clair-Houdan area (UD-AD) at 02:08. The aircraft crashed and exploded with a full bomb load at Houdan,Yvelines area, killing all 7 crew members. (Information courtesy John Jones)KilledHoudan Communal Cemetery, Collective Grave

Courtesy Colin Jarrold

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4016 FrancisJ GFlight SergeantBomber Command83 Sqd
1944-08-12LancasterIIIPB138OL-DConingsby2104BraunschweigCrashed at AdelheidsdorfPoW
4017 FrancisRaymond LesliePilot Officer418380AustraliaRAAF1667 Conversion RAF1944-06-08RAAF Honour Roll
4018 FranciscoJack DonaldStaff SergeantSergeant3735255311th May 1921, Lamar Prower, ColoradoAmericanTail GunnerUSAAF8th Air Force100th Bombardment Group (H), 349th Bombardment Squadron (H), 3rd Air Division1944-09-28B-17G44-6306XR:GThorpe Abbotts (Station #139), Norfolk, EnglandMerseburg oil installation (Mission #652), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Dulag Luft 12
4019 FrankfurthRobert LouisPilot OfficerJ/86986Age 22CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber CommandSpecial Duties Flight - 625 Sqd1944-06-30LancasterIIIND975M2RAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire126Veirzon See archive report for further details KilledLa Ferte-St. Cyr Communal Cemetery, Plot 3. Coll. Grave 3Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
4020 FranklandS ESergeantBomber Command195 Sqd
1944-12-12LancasterING351JE-EWrattling Common1055WittenCrash landed at Grimbergen Belgium
4021 FranklinGeorge RubinWarrant Officer404681Age 24New ZealandWireless Operator/Air GunnerRNZAFBomber Command15 Sqn
1944-06-21LancasterIIILM576LS:DRAF Mildenhall, Suffolk11:16TrainingSee Archive Report for detailsKilledHendon Cemetery. Section D 11 Collective Grave 55860 (Screen Wall Panel 2)

Courtesy Jennifer Lemaire

4022 FranklinF JSergeantBomber Command115 Sqd
4023 FranklingG RFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command408 Sqd RCAF
1944-02-06LancasterIDS621EQ-OTrainingCrash landed near Pilmoor JunctionParadie Archive Database
4024 FraserJ MSergeantRCAFBomber Command625 Sqd
1944-06-30LancasterIIIJB743CF-CKelstern2221VierzonCrashed at St-Pierre-de-Jarde {Indre}KilledSt-Pierre-de-Jarde Communal Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
4025 FraserGFlying OfficerBomber Command102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1944-06-25HalifaxIIIME753DY-MPocklington749MontorqueilCollided with 77Sqn Halifax III LL549 KN-N & crashed at Fontaine l'Etalon {Pas-de-Calais}KilledFontaine l'Etalon Churchyard
4026 FraserGSergeantBomber Command61 Sqd
4027 FraserT DSergeantBomber Command630 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIME843LE-UEast Kirkby2327WesselingCrashed at Hamont {Limburg}KilledHeverlee War Cemetery BelgiumAttacker
4028 FraserWalter C 1st LtO-442466USAPilotUSAAF366th Fighter Group
390th Fighter Squadron1944-06-10P-47 Thunderbolt0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4029 FraserDonaldSergeantNZ/413834Age 22New ZealandPilotRNZAFFighter Command59 Operational Training Unit. 81 Group
1942-06-12HurricaneIN2428-RAF Crosby-on-Eden, Cumbria1350TrainingSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledCarlisle Cemetery (Dalston Road). Ward 11. Sec. P. Grave 33

Courtesy AWMM

Born on the 17th July 1920 at Auckland. Prior to service worked as a clerk for Bond and Bond Ltd. Enlisted on the 06th July 1941 at Levin. Awarded his pilots badge and proved to sergeant on the 20th December 1941. Joined 59 OTU on the 12th May 1942. Son of Peter and Elfreda Mary Fraser (née Austin), of Richmond, Auckland, New Zealand. 206 flying hours logged with 112 solo and 24 on the Hurricane.
4030 FraserThomas AndrewLance Corporal882124Paratrooper591st Parachute Sqn, Royal Engineers (RE)38 Group, 2nd Tactical Air Force620 Sqn
1944-06-05StirlingIVEF295QS:JRAF Fairford, Gloucestershire23:45Operation ‘Tonga’, FranceSee archive report for detailsMurderedRanville War Cemetery, Grave IIIA.D.2
4031 FraserThomas E2ndLtUSAPilotUSAAF4 Fighter Group334th Fighter Sqd

1944-06-06P-51B-15-NA Mustang#43-24825 'Jerry'2/Lt. Thomas E. Fraser, pilot of the 4th FG 334th FS, makes a forced landing at Cambrai-Niergnies aboard his North American P-51B-15-NA Mustang #43-24825 named 'Jerry' and is captured. He will finish WW2 at Stalag 7A in Moosburg. The Mustang was recovered by the Luftwaffe, sent to Rechlin, and returned to service under the code T9+HK.

4032 Fraser-PethebridgeJ SPilot Officer175289PilotFighter198 Sqd
1944-06-20TyphoonIbMN815YCrashed near LisieuxKilledLe Pre-D'auge Churchyard France
4033 FraynS TSergeantRCAFBomber Command420 Sqd RCAF
1944-01-06HalifaxIIILW421PT-KTholthorpe1513BiennaisLanded damaged at Linton on Ouse on return Paradie Archive Database
4034 FrazierJohn F 2nd LtO-7186USAPilotUSAAF56th Fighter Group61st Fighter Squadron
1944-12-23P-47 Thunderbolt2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4035 FrazierJohn Stewart2nd LieutenantPilot OfficerO-6927690AmericanBombardierUSAAF8th Air Force44th Bombardment Group (H), 66th Bombardment Squadron (H), 2nd Air Division1944-12-04B-24 'Sand Bomb Special'H42-95214QK:P+Shipdham airfield (Station #115), Norfolk, EnglandBebra (Mission #736), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Dulag Luft 12
4036 FreakleyN IPilot Officer187272PilotFighter193 Sqd
1944-12-24TyphoonIbMN705Crashed near EnschedeKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery Germany
4037 FreckletonJ McGFlying OfficerDFM

Bomber Command49 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIME808EA-DFiskerton2314WesselingCrashed at Loenhout {Antwerpen}KilledSchoolselhof Cemetery
4038 FrederickNicholas J 1st LtO-695048USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group364th Fighter Squadron
1944-06-20P-51 Mustang1.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4039 FrederickNicholas J 1st LtO-695048USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group364th Fighter Squadron
1944-08-06P-51 Mustang0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4040 FredericksonRussell 1st LtO-767183USAPilotUSAAF56th Fighter Group63rd Fighter Squadron
1944-12-02P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4041 FredmanNorman HenryFlight Lieutenant1156241921NavigatorDFC

RAFVRBomber Command109 Sqn
1944-05-06MosquitoIXML958HS:?Little Staughton21:30LeverkusenShot down by a night-fighter and crashed near Herkenbosch (Limburg), 6 km SE from the centre Roermond in Holland. Claimed by Oblt. Werner Baake, his 27th Abschuss, from 2./NJG1, 7 km NE Herkenbosch at 8000 m at 23:35 hrs. (Not. Victory achieved in co-operation with searchlight. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (16 March 1944 - 11 May 1944) Part 2 - Theo Boiten)KilledJonkerbos War Cemetery 24.E.9DFC awarded whilst with 109 Sqn, gazetted 27th June 1944

Son of Henry Arthur and Gladys Fredman, of Ilford, Essex
4042 FreebornJohn Connell1919-12-01 Middleton, LeedsPilotDFC & Bar
RAFFighter Command74 Sqd

602 Sqd

118 Sqd

Spitfire14Survived war. Died 2010-08-28
Battle of Britain


In 1939, he shot down another RAF fighter in a friendly-fire incident that marked the first death of an RAF fighter pilot in the war, as well as the Supermarine Spitfire's first aerial victory. The following year, he flew more operational hours than any other RAF pilot during the Battle of Britain. He joined the RAF on a short service commission in January 1938. In training, he was flying solo after only 4 hours 20 minutes logged flight time, a little over half the average; his accuracy at firing whilst in the air was more than twice the average. Commissioned as an acting pilot officer on probation on 26 March 1938 he initially flew Gloster Gauntlets, but in October 1938 he joined 74 Squadron, and from February 1939 flew Spitfires. In July 1939 Freeborn was one of the 74 Squadron pilots to fly Spitfires to France to celebrate Bastille Day with the French Air Force.

On 6 September 1939, Freeborn took part in an action later called the Battle of Barking Creek, in which two 56 Squadron Hurricanes were intercepted and shot down by aircraft from 74 Squadron, thereby becoming the first aircraft destroyed by a Spitfire. Freeborn shot down the aircraft killing Pilot Officer Montague Hulton-Harrop. Freeborn felt that his commanding officer, Sailor Malan, tried to evade responsibility for the incident. At the ensuing court martial, Malan testified for the prosecution against his own pilots, stating that Freeborn had been irresponsible, impetuous, and had not taken proper heed of vital communications. During the trial, Freeborn's counsel, Sir Patrick Hastings, called Malan 'a bare-faced liar.' Though the court exonerated Freeborn completely, he regretted the death of Hulton-Harrop for the rest of his life. In 2009, he said, 'I think about him nearly every day. I always have done... I've had a good life, and he should have had a good life too.'

Pilot Officer on 17 January 1940, action was over Dunkirk covering the British Expeditionary Force's escape. 74 Squadron was there for six days from 21–27 May 1940. During that time they scored 19 confirmed kills—two of them Freeborn's—and 10 probable kills, with only four losses. During one action his engine was hit by return fire from a Junkers Ju 88 and crash-landed in France. Evading the advancing German troops, at one point pinned down by machine-gun fire hiding in a cemetery, he walked for several days to Calais, where a Blenheim took him back to England.

Freeborn fought throughout the Battle of Britain as part of 74 Squadron. On 10 July he claimed a Bf 109 of JG 51 and on 24 July shared a Dornier Do 17 'unconfirmed'. Another Bf 109 was claimed on 28 July. On 11 August 1940, the squadron flew into battle four times in eight hours, destroying 23 enemy aircraft, three by Freeborn (2 Bf 110s and a Bf 109) and damaging 14 more. That evening, back at base in Hornchurch, Winston Churchill congratulated the squadron and their ground crew. On 13 August he claimed a Dornier Do 17, but was shot down again, although he wasn't hurt. Freeborn's accomplished flying made him an ace during the Battle of Britain, with seven confirmed kills and he was awarded the DFC on 13 August 1940 and promoted to command a flight on 28 August.

DFC citation: 'This officer has taken part in nearly all offensive patrols carried out by his squadron since the commencement of the war, including operations over the Low Countries and Dunkirk, and, more recently, engagements over the Channel and southeastern England. During this period of intensive air warfare he has destroyed four enemy aircraft. His high courage and exceptional abilities as a leader have materially contributed to the notable successes and high standard of efficiency maintained by his squadron.'

He claimed another Do 17 on 11 September and a share in a JG 27 Bf 109 on 17 November. By the end of November he had been with his squadron longer than any other Battle of Britain pilot and had flown more operational hours. Three Bf 109s (and one shared) were claimed on 5 December.

Bar to his DFC citation read: 'This officer has continuously engaged in operations since the beginning of the war. He has destroyed at least twelve enemy aircraft and damaged many more. He is a keen and courageous leader.'

Following American entry into the war at the end of 1941, Freeborn was posted to the United States. He trained pilots at bases in Alabama, then moved on to test piloting new aircraft, including the P-47 Thunderbolt (which he hated), the P-51 Mustang, P-38 Lightning, B-17 Flying Fortress and A-20 Havoc. In December 1942 he returned to the UK and served as a flight commander with 602 Squadron flying Spitfires. He flew escort operations to bombers attacking German shipping and installations on the French and Dutch coasts. In June 1943 he joined 118 Squadron as commanding officer, again flying Spitfires. This only lasted three months before the squadron moved to Scotland for less-confrontational patrolling and training duties. On 1 January 1944, he was promoted to the temporary rank of squadron leader. He was promoted to war substantive squadron leader on 30 April. In June 1944 Freeborn was promoted to become the RAF's youngest flying wing commander, commanding 286 Wing based at Grottaglie in southern Italy. This was a period of frenetic activity, attacking German installations and convoys in the Balkans and defending Allied ones in Italy. In December, he was posted to RAF Netheravon.
4043 FreedmanJackFlight Sergeant1338368RAFCoastal Command228 Sqn
1944-01-06SunderlandIIIJM709RAF Pembroke Dock05:37Percussion T.2Took off from Pembroke Dock to carry out an anti-submarine patrol in the Bay of Biscay (Percussion T.2). There was no messages received from the aircraft after takeoff, and it failed to return to base.

During combat with Sunderland JM709 of 228 Sqdn, Lt. Erich Stain was shot down and killed in his Fw190 G-3 Wrk.Nr 160819.

However, the Sunderland was then shot down at 15:23 hrs bout 190 km west of Brest by another Jagdkommando 1./S.A.Gr. 128 Fw190. (Credit: Air War Publications)
KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 217Son of Millicent Freedman, of Earls Court, London
4044 FreemanJohn ErnestFlying OfficerJ/39402CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber Command408 Sqd RCAF
1944-10-17HalifaxVIINP745EQ-HRAF Linton on Ouse, Yorkshire2030TrainingSee Archive report - Information courtesy John JonesInjured died 2/12/44 fractured pelvisHarrogate (Stonefall) Cemetery. Sec. H. Row C. Grave 19
Courtesy John Jones

Paradie Archive DatabaseBorn on the 24th August 1909 in Chicago, USA. Son of Earl Ernest Freeman and Elsie Mary (nee Taylor) Freeman, of Innisfail, Alberta. Husband of Pauline Frances Freeman of West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Grave inscription: 'To The World He Was But One But To Us He Was The World'.
4045 FreemanGeorge FrankSergeantR19056910th April 1924 in OntarioCanadianAir Gunner (Mid Upper)RCAFBomber Command424 (Tiger) Sqn RCAF
1944-05-27HalifaxIIIHX313 “Blonde Bomber”QB:BSkipton on Swale23:45Bourg-Leopold Military CampClaim by Oblt Hans-Heinz Augenstein 12/NJG1 - over Bourg-Leopold: 2,300m at 02:13. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Crashed Oostham-Langcen (Limburg) 6km WSW of Leopoldsburg Belgium.KilledHeverlee War Cemetery Plot 5 Row D Grave 3
Paradie Archive DatabaseThose who perished were buried in St Truiden Cemetery on 30 May 1944

Posthumously Commissioned and promoted to Plt Off, Service No. J88397.

Son of Christopher Willie and Kate Elizabeth (née Mansell) Freeman from Toronto, Ontario, Canada
4046 FreemanJohn AnthonySergeant1483956Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command207 Sqn
1944-05-21LancasterIIIND522EM:JSpilsby22:10GardeningPicked up by a night fighter, whose fire caused a violent explosion, ejecting both survivors, both of whom were badly wounded. I was reported that wreckage from the Lancaster was found in Vasehavet near Mando Island.

Claim by Hptm Franz Buschmann Stab IV/NJG3 - Sea North of Mando Island (PS 4, i.Zus.Arb, probably Robbe or Buffel): 3,200m at 01:39. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)
KilledEsbjerg (Fourfelt) Cemetery Denmark A. 12. 17.
4047 FreemanG EFlight SergeantBomber Command9 Sqd
1944-06-24LancasterIIIND948WS-HBardney2258ProuvilleCrashed at Yvrencheux {Somme}KilledYvrencheux Churchyard
4048 FreemanSidneyFlying Officer152321Age 24NavigatorRAFVRCoastal Command489 Sqd1944-06-05BeaufighterTF.XLZ435P6-?RAF Langham, Norfolk1135Training See archive report for further brief details KilledEnfield Cemetery (Adath Yisroel). Sec. D. Row 8. Grave 28 Read Archive Report
4049 FreemanCecil M 2nd LtO-816848USAPilotUSAAFlX Fighter Command486th Fighter Squadron
1944-09-12P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4050 FreemanJoseph J Jr1st LtO-689222USAPilotUSAAFlX Fighter Command493rd Fighter Squadron1944-12-17P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)

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