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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
4151 GardnerH CSergeantBomber Command622 Sqd
1944-08-12LancasterIIILM466GI-PMildenhall2205RusselheimKilledDurnbach War Cemetery
4152 GardnerCharles ArthurSergeant39844574Born Carlinville, Macoupin County, Illinois March 21, 1912USAObserverUSAAF90th Bomber Group321st Bomber Squadron Heavy
1944-04-10B-24D Liberator#42-41188 'Hot Garters'Nazdab Air Base, Papua New GuineaAttack AA site Hansa Bay, Papua New GuineaShot down by AA fire over Madang. Papua New GuineaKilledTablets of the Missing at Manila American Cemetery, Manila, Philippines

pacificwrecks.comFour of the 12-member crew exited the aircraft after it had been hit and those captured by the Japanese were murdered. Donald Crotteau was one of the men who bailed out, along with fellow crew members Hyler and Handleman. They were likely injured and managed to evade capture for two days. On April 12, 1944, however, they were captured and ultimately were murdered or died of their injuries. The other crew members went down with the plane and the entire crew was officially declared dead the day of the mission. Donald Greenman was another of the four who bailed out. He was likely captured on April 10, 1944 by a Japanese Army patrol sent to investigate a report of an enemy aircraft being shot down. Japanese records say a patrol captured an 'American pilot' (likely Greenman) and the next day took him to Diri and later he was walked or transported to Hansa Bay. The Japanese report says on April 16, 1944 four PoWs from the crash were transported to Bogia. According to the Japanese, two of the prisoners - Greenman and Handleman - 'died on route'. Possibly, this was a Japanese euphemism meaning they were murdered or otherwise killed. The fact is when Leading Private Oshina returned to Hansa Bay he had only two prisoners with him and Greenman was not one of them. William Hyler was reportedly captured by Japanese troops and murdered about 2 weeks later. Paulsen's remains were recovered and identified by American authorities on July 16, 2014 and he and the others identified were interred on March 18, 2015 at Arlington National Cemetery with full military honours.
4153 GarlandDesmond WilliamPilot OfficerBomber Command50 Sqd

One family, one Victoria Cross, 4 brothers killed in the RAF. See: F/O Donald Edward Garland aged 21 of 12 Sqdn, killed with Sgt Thomas Gray and LAC Reynolds in Fairey Battle PH-K whilst winning his VC in Belgium on 12 May 1940. Incredibly, his 3 brothers also flew and died with RAF. P/O Desmond William Garland 27, 5 June 1942 Belgium. F/Lt John Cuthbert Garland 32, 28 February 1943 Sussex. F/Lt Patrick James Garland 36, 1 January 1945 Holland.
4154 GarlickJ MPilot OfficerBomber Command12 Sqd
1942-01-06WellingtonIIW5514PH-SBinbrook1707BrestCrash landed at Ashbourne DERBYS
4155 GarlickS RFlying OfficerBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-05-03LancasterIIILM514PH-QWickenby2139Maiily-le-CampCrashed la Belle Idee {Aube}Evader
4156 GarnerJames M 1st LtO-767187USAPilotUSAAF20th Fighter Group77th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-02P-38 Lightning1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4157 GarnettJoseph K 1st LtO-754490USAPilotUSAAF55th Fighter Group338th Fighter Squadron
1944-07-06P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4158 GarrattHenrySergeant1591218Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command9 Sqn
1944-06-24LancasterILL853WS:WBardney22:51ProuvilleSee Archive report for detailsPoW no 359. Camp Stalag Luft VII - Bankau
4159 GarrattLSergeantBomber Command15 Sqd
1944-12-12LancasterIHK627LS-FMildenhall1114WittenCrashed at StockumKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
4160 GarrettErnest WalterFlying OfficerJ16299CanadianNavigatorDFC


RCAFBomber Command109 Sqn
1944-06-02MosquitoXVIML962HS:?Little Staughton23:28LeverkusenHit by flak which damaged the controls and the port engines. Regained the south coast, but was abandoned circa 02:50 near Caterham, Surrey, crashing into the front garden of a house in Ridgemount Avenue, Coulston. A blazing fuel tank was thrown into the roof of a dwelling in Woodlands Grove, killing 18 month old Alan Roote and injuring his parents who were admitted to Purley Hospital.Survived DFC awarded whilst with 109 Sqn, gazetted 7th July 1944. Citation reads "Flight Lieutenant Arthur Charles CARTER (61006), R.A.F.V.R., 109 Sqn. Flying Officer Ernest Walter GARRETT (Can/J. 16299), R.C.A.F., 109 Sqn. These officers were pilot and navigator respectively of an aircraft detailed to attack Leverkusen one night in June, 1944. When nearing'the target the aircraft was hit by anti-aircraft fire which damaged the port tail plane. Just afterwards both the port engines were affected when ano'ther shell burst underneath' the aircraft. Nevertheless, Flight Lieutenant Carter maintained a steady run and the target was successfully attacked. Almost immediately the aircraft was again hit. The elevator and aileron controls were severed. A measure of control was lost but' Flight Lieutenant Carter succeeded in bringing the bomber level and a course was set for home. Soon after leaving the target one of the damaged engines, caught fire and had to be. put out of action. The aircraft gradually lost height but Flight Lieutenant Carter held resolutely to.his course and finally reached an airfield. This officer dispayed skill, gallantry and devotion to duty of a high order. Flying Officer Garrett also proved himself to be a valiant and devoted member of aircraft crew.' In the face of most harassing circumstances he navigated his aircraft with unerring skill and also rendered other assistance >to his pilot in his endeavours to reach this country."

Bar to DFC awarded to Flt.Lt. Garrett, whilst with 109 Sqn, gazetted 13th November 1944
4161 GarrisonRobert William Technical SergeantSergeant3335546322nd February 1922AmericanEngineerUSAAF8th Air Force349th Bomber Squadron (100th Bombardment Group (H))1944-12-19B-17 Flying FortressG42-8514 Lassie Come HomeXR-RThorpe Abbotts (Station #139), Norfolk, EnglandFrankfurt, GermanySee Archive Report for detailsMurderedRepatriated and buried at the Tiogra Point Cemetery, Plot EE, Athens, Bradford County, Pennsylvania
4162 GarrisonVermont 1st LtO-886027USAPilotUSAAF4th Fighter Group336th Fighter Squadron: Rocketeers
1944-02-06P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4163 GarrityRichard C.B.Flying OfficerJ20923CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command431 (Iroquois) Sqn, RCAF
1944-06-16HalifaxIIILK837SE:LRAF Croft, Yorkshire23:14SterkradeSee Archive report for further detailsEvaded capture - returned to England September 1944None - understood to have survived the warParadie Archive Database
4164 GarryWilliam J 1st LtO-679856USAPilotUSAAF368th Fighter Group395th Fighter Squadron: Panzer Dusters
1944-10-12P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4165 GarryWilliam J 1st LtO-679856USAPilotUSAAF368th Fighter Group395th Fighter Squadron: Panzer Dusters
1944-12-23P-47 Thunderbolt2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4166 GarsideStanley VincentFlight LieutenantJ/5068CanadianPilotRCAF2 TAF440 Sqd RCAF
1944-06-07TyphoonIbMN548I8-FRAF Hurn08:20Armed recceShot down by flak and small arms fire at low altitude. Pilot was unable to abandon aircraft prior to impact with the ground.KilledCommemorated Bayeux War Cemetery, Xv. E. 21. France
Accident report
4167 GarskeL JFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command466 Sqd RAAF
4168 GarsonJames Gordon BertieSergeant569190Flight EngineerRAFBomber Command10 Sqd
1942-06-01HalifaxIIW1098ZA-WLeeming2354EssenClaim by Fw Heinz Woltersdorf 7/NJG1 - near Oeding SE Winterswijk (4B) at 0208.KilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery Plot 21 Row E Collective Grave 9-12
4169 GartlanG PFlight SergeantBomber Command199 Sqd
1944-05-12StirlingIIILJ567EX-XWoodbridgeBSCrashed at base on return
4170 GartrellH SFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-10-14LancasterILL909PH-YWickenby645DuisburgKilledNederweert War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
4171 GarziaFrank J.Staff Sergeant3657400825th August 1922 in Detroit, MichiganAmericanRadio OperatorUSAAF8th Air Force573rd Bomber Squadron (391st Bombardment Group (M))1944-06-21B-17G42-31656:RGlatton (Station #130), Huntingdonshire, EnglandBerlin (Mission #428), GermanySee Archive report for detailsKilledRepatriated and buried at the Mt Olivet Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, Section 11, Lot 325, Space 1, on the 5th August 1949
4172 GascoigneJSergeantBomber Command101 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIIILM508SR-FLudford Magna2317WesselingCrashed near Werkendan {Noord-Brabant}PoW
4173 GąseckiJózef StanisławPorucznikFlying OfficerP-2115 / 78203316.02.1919 WarszawaPolandNavigatorKrzyz Walecznych

Złoty Krzyż Zasługi z Mieczami

Medal Lotniczy

PAFBomber Command305 Sqd Polish
1943-06-21WellingtonXHE347SM-FHemswell2315KrefeldCrashed SE Antwerpen. 1943-06-22 Wellington [305 Sqd Polish] air raid on Krefeld - shot down by the German night fighter over Gruenwezel, the plane fell in flames - he survived and returned to base.Evader Killed in 1944PAF Memorial Northolt, Newark Cemetery (Polish Plot)
Archiwum Polish Database
4174 GatensburyR PSergeantBomber Command626 Sqd
1944-06-30LancasterIIIND459CF-MKelstern2220VierzonCrashed at Genouilly {Cher}KilledGenouilly Communal Cemetery
4175 GatesJFlying OfficerPilotRAAFFighter137 Sqd
1944-12-05TyphoonIbMN586GAbandoned near DinslakenPoW
4176 GathercoleD H HFlight Lieutenant88873DFC

Fighter615 Sqd
1944-06-07MosquitoVINS941IntruderKilledVilleneuve-St- Georges Old Communal Cemetery France
4177 GatmillLFlight LieutenantBomber Command128 Sqd
1944-12-30MosquitoXVIPF436MS-FerryCrashed at Wyton
4178 GatrillLeonard "Len"Flight Lieutenant121939PilotDFC

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 whilst with 109 Sqn, Gazetted 8th December 1944
4179 GaubertJCneFFAFBomber Command346 Sqd Free French
1944-07-12HalifaxIIINA551H7-EElvington2251Haute-BuissonsCollided with 346 Sqn Halifax NA546 H7-F & crashed at DunningtonKilled
4180 GaudinierBailey J.2nd LieutenantPilot OfficerO-7559191921AmericanCo-PilotUSAAF8th Air Force573rd Bomber Squadron (391st Bombardment Group (M))1944-06-21B-17G42-31656:RGlatton (Station #130), Huntingdonshire, EnglandBerlin (Mission #428), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Stalag Luft 7a
4181 GaughranLaurence C 2nd LtO-702790USAPilotUSAAF405th Fighter Group510th Fighter Squadron
1944-09-12P-47 Thunderbolt`1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4182 GaughranLaurence C 1st LtO-702790USAPilotUSAAF405th Fighter Group510th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-25P-47 Thunderbolt`1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4183 GaughranLaurence C 1st LtO-702790USAPilotUSAAF405th Fighter Group510th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-26P-47 Thunderbolt`1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
4184 GautheretPierre-LouisSous LieutenantFranceBomb AimerFFAFBomber Command
347 Sqd Free French
1944-12-23HalifaxIIIMZ489L8-LElvington1131MulheimCrashed at Wersten im BrucherbachKilledGroupe de Bombardement I/25 'Tunisie' integrated into 347 Sqd RAF, on a mission to Essen, is hit by Flak. Only 2 crew members manage to evacuate the aircraft by parachute, Staff Sergeant François Duran, mechanic, and Sergeant André Guedez, gunner. They will both be captured. The other crew members, Lieutenant Jacques Leroy, NCA navigator, Sub-Lieutenant Pierre-Louis Gautheret, bomber, Warrant Officer Henri Granier, radio operator, and Sergeant Yves Even, front gunner, were killed by Flak. Only the pilot, Staff Sergeant Louis Baillon, who though injured, remained at the controls to allow the evacuation of the survivors. He died in the crash.

MZ489 Crew
4185 GauthierRaymond CharlesPilot OfficerJ/90899CanadianAir GunnerRCAFBomber Command425 Sqd RCAF
1944-12-17HalifaxIIIMZ538KW-VTholthorpe02:22DuisburgInexplicably crashed from an altitude of approximatly 500 feet shortly after a normal take offKilledHarrogate [Stonefall] Cemetery, Sec. G. Row D. Grave 12. United Kingdom
Accident report
4186 GauthierGabriel 'Gégé'Sub-LieutenantFrancePilotFFAFGroupe de Chasse II/7 'Nice'

1939-12-21Morane-Saulnier MS.406C191N-4075+ 5 shared + 3 probablesEscort reconnaissance planeShot down by Bf 109Seriously injured
Sub-Lieutenant Gabriel "Gégé" Gauthier, French pilot of the GC II/7 Fighter Group, aboard the Morane-Saulnier MS.406C1 s/n 91 coded N-407, on a mission to protect a Potez 63-11 of the GR I/55 Reconnaissance Group, which was to work on the Karlsruhe sector in Aix-la-Chapelle, was shot down by a Messerschmitt Bf-109E of I./JG 54. He had previously recorded his second aerial victory over the one of the attackers. Seriously injured, he made an emergency landing near Artzenheim, north of Colmar. For Gauthier, the Campaign of France is over. Appointed Lieutenant in September 1940, he did not resume combat until after Operation Torch, in March 1943, within the Groupe de Chasse II/7 'Nice' Fighter Group, on Spitfire"Mk.V. He will be shot down again, by the Flak, on ​​September 15, 1944, and will make an emergency landing, in the lines held by the Germans. Supported by the FFI Resistance, he will join his Groupe de Chasse in December. He will end WW2 with with 10 approved aerial victories including 7 in collaboration, and 3 probable victories. On December 13, 1969, he was appointed Chief of Staff of the Air Force. Died on March 3, 1996 at the age of 80.
4187 GavinHFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command106 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIIILM570ZN-ZMetheringham2315Scholven-BuerCrashed at Rossum {Gelderland}KilledUden War Cemetery Holland
4188 GavinHoward Flight Sergeant423095AustraliaRAAF106 Sqd RAF
1944-06-22RAAF Honour Roll
4189 GawlerR HFlight SergeantRAAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-09-23LancasterING116PH-OWickenby1829NeussCrashed at AldkerkKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
4190 GawlerRobert HaynesFlight Sergeant430279AustraliaRAAF12 Sqd RAF
1944-09-23RAAF Honour Roll
4191 GaythorpeKSergeantBomber Command103 Sqd
1944-07-12LancasterIME674PM-TElsham Wolds2135RevignyCollided with 550 Sqn Lancaster I LL796 BQ-O & crashed at Couvonges {Meuse}KilledCouvonges
4192 GazeFrederick Anthony Owen 'Tony'Flight Lieutenant1920-02-03 Prahran, Victoria AustraliaAustraliaPilotOrder of Australia

DFC (x3)

RAFFighter610 Sqd

616 Sqd

64 Sqd

129 Sqd

66 Sqd
41 Sqd
1943-09-04SpitfireVbAR28113.5RamrodEvaded. Survived war. Died 2013-07-29 Age 93


Gaze joined the RAF in 1940. Posted to 610 Sqd at RAF Westhampnett in March 1941, flying cross-channel fighter sweeps. Gaze's first 'kill' came on 26 June when he downed a Messerschmitt Bf 109. The next month he claimed two further victories, one half and two probables. For these victories he was awarded the first of three DFCs. His brother, Pilot Officer Scott Gaze had joined 610 Squadron RAF with him in early 1941, but was killed in action on 23 March 1941. In November 1941 Gaze was posted to 57 OTU as an instructor.

He started his second tour in June 1942, with 616 Squadron RAF, flying the high altitude Spitfire Mk.IV. During the ill-fated Dieppe Raid on 19 August 1942, he received his second DFC after destroying an enemy fighter. In late August 1942 he was posted to command 64 Squadron RAF flying the new Spitfire IX. On 26 September 1942 Gaze led a wing of Spitfires in support of a bombing raid at Morlaix. An Eagle Squadron, 131 Sqd RAF, became scattered in high winds and lost 11 of 12 fighters. Gaze was made the scapegoat for the mission failure and was transferred back to 616 Sqd as a flight commander. It was later determined that the cause of the high losses on that mission were due to pilot inexperience and unexpected adverse weather.

After a rest from operations in early 1943, he was posted in August 1943 to 66 Sqd RAF at RAF Kenley. On 4 September 1943 over Le Tréport after downing a Focke Wulf 190 Gaze's own Spitfire V was shot down by Heinz-Gerhard Vogt of II./JG 26 (his 14th claim of an eventual 48). Gaze crash landed 20 miles from Dieppe with slight injuries, evaded capture and made his way, with help from the French Resistance, to neutral Spain.

In February 1944 Gaze joined the Air Fighting Development Unit (ADFU) at Wittering, rejoining No. 610 Squadron on the continent in July 1944. He claimed a Messerschmitt Me 262 jet shot down near Emmrich on Rhine on 14 February 1945 (a Me 262A-2 of I./KG 51 flown by Rudolf Hoffmann) (the first Australian to achieve this feat) and shared an Arado Ar 234 jet bomber on 12 April 1945. The Me 262 victory resulted in Gaze being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for the third time; one of only 47 men in the Second World War.

After a month with 41 Squadron RAF in April, on 2 May 1945 he was posted as a flight commander to 616 squadron, becoming one of the first Australians (after F/O JN McKay, RAAF) to fly the Gloster Meteor in combat during the closing stages of the war.
4193 GearingL CSergeant1295163Bomber Command76 Sqd
1943-06-12HalifaxVDK177MP-HLinton on Ouse2304BochumCrashed at StorkerhookKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
4194 GeaterR.ALtSouth AfricaPilotSAAF19 Sqd1944-09-12BeaufighterVIFKV930VBiferno, Italy1705ShippingSee archive report for brief details EvadedNone - survived the warRead Archive Report
4195 GeddesEdward JohnFlying OfficerJ/24152CanadianPilotDFC
1944-03-06MustangIAM145RAF Gatwick13:16Armed recceHit in cooling system by flak recrossing French coast on RTB. Crash landed back at Gatwick on airfield boundarySafe Accident report
4196 GedgeESergeantBomber 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)
4197 GeeM H WFlying OfficerJ/18681PilotRCAFFighter183 Sqd
1944-06-06TyphoonIbMN478Crashed near CaenKilledBanneville-La-Campagne War Cemetery FranceParadie Archive Database
4198 GeeHerbert WilliamSergeant15170791923Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command100 Sqn
1944-06-10LancasterIIND594HW:PGrimsby22:53AcheresClaim by Maj Paul Semrau Stab II/NJG2 - 5-20km South of Dreux: 1,400m at 01:00. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten)KilledSerazereux Communal Cemetery Coll. graveSon of Arthur Fredrick and Alberta Gee, of Brotton, Yorkshire.
4199 GeeR RFlight LieutenantBomber Command161 Sqd
1944-10-06StirlingIVLK238MA-XTempsford2229SOECrashed at GordingEvader
4200 GeeLeslie RobertSergeant1592752Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command640 Sqn
1944-05-12HalifaxIIILW499C8:GLeconfield22:01HassettClaim by Oblt Josef Nabrich 3/NJG1 - 4km North of Larum (Antwerpen): 3,000m at 00:20.
(Nachtjagad Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten) Crashed near Genk, BelgiumKiASchoonselhof Cemetery Plot IVa Row E Grave 44Initially buried in Fort 3 British Cemetery Antwerp. Grave 166. Reinterred 21 December 1945

Son of Edward and Sarah Gee, of York

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