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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
88051 YoungK ESergeantBomber Command83 Sqd
1940-10-26HampdenIX2990OL-ZScamptonGardeningLost without trace Killed
88052 YoungN ASergeantBomber Command90 Sqd
1943-07-25StirlingIIIEE904WP-SWest Wickham2337Essen?KilledRothley
88053 YoungESergeantBomber Command90 Sqd
1943-09-03StirlingIIIEE951WP-BWratting CommonAir TestCrashed on take off
88054 YoungJ APilot OfficerBomber Command99 Sqd
1940-02-20WellingtonIaP9219LN-Newmarket2134ReconnaisanceCrashed Walsoken Cambs
88055 YoungJ CPilot OfficerBomber Command99 Sqd
1940-05-29WellingtonIcP9241LN-Newmarket2130St-OmerForce landed Kilverstone Hall NorfolkKilled
88056 Young Michael HughPilotDFC
Fighter Command264 Sqd

13Flew a Boulton Paul Defiant and won the first 11 of his victories with air gunner LAC S.B. Johnson (KIA 31 May 1940), and the final 2 with Sgt. L.P. Russell Surviving aircrew[78]
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88057 YoungWilliam ReeveSergeant408901AustraliaRAAF100 Sqd RAAF
1943-01-09RAAF Honour Roll
88058 YoungPhilip EdwardFlight Lieutenant422825AustraliaRAAF102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1944-08-13RAAF Honour Roll
88059 YoungJohn Charles HarleyPilot Officer403065AustraliaRAAF103 Sqd RAF
1943-02-16RAAF Honour Roll
88060 YoungRobert JohnFlight Sergeant428488AustraliaRAAF189 Sqd RAF
1945-02-02RAAF Honour Roll
88061 YoungRoland JohnSergeant404130AustraliaRAAF203 Sqd RAF
1941-09-29RAAF Honour Roll
88062 YoungFalkner CottonSergeant404354AustraliaRAAF220 Sqd RAF
1942-02-01RAAF Honour Roll
88063 YoungAlfred AshtonFlying Officer437028AustraliaRAAF32 Sqd RAAF
1944-12-27RAAF Honour Roll
88064 YoungLeonard RoyFlight Sergeant424815AustraliaRAAFBomber Command37 Sqd
1944-11-22RAAF Honour Roll
88065 YoungWilliam ArchibaldFlying Officer417145AustraliaRAAF44 Sqd RAF
1944-07-05RAAF Honour Roll
88066 YoungIvan CharlesPilot Officer400402AustraliaRAAF450 Sqd RAAF
1942-06-12Kittyhawk1AK842Offensive sweepShot down by Bf 109UninjuredRAAF Honour RollFrom Hams-Joachim Marseille's Record: Kills 61 – 62 19 May 1942 07.20. 07.30 Two P-40s south and southwest of Fort Acroma. These were Kittyhawks from No. 450 Squadron RAAF. The Kittyhawk I AK842, piloted by Flight Sergeant Ivan Young, was hit in the engine. Young crash-landed without injury to himself; his fighter was destroyed by a resultant fire. Young managed to make it back to Allied lines.
88067 YoungHarry NevilleFlying Officer402629AustraliaRAAF455 Sqd RAAF
1942-04-02RAAF Honour Roll
88068 YoungAlan GeoffryFlight Sergeant421426AustraliaRAAF460 Sqd RAAF
1944-02-21RAAF Honour Roll
88069 YoungIan CedricPilot Officer409963AustraliaRAAF463 Sqd RAAF
1944-02-25RAAF Honour Roll
88070 YoungRichard RodneyFlying Officer429369AustraliaRAAF463 Sqd RAAF
1944-12-07RAAF Honour Roll
88071 YoungHenry KennethWarrant Officer414148AustraliaRAAF615 Sqd RAF
1944-05-29RAAF Honour Roll
88072 YoungJames RoslynFlight SergeantR/87403Age 22CanadaPilotRCAFBomber Command13 Operational Training Unit. 7 Group1942-03-05BlenheimIVL9206Not knownRAF Bicester, Oxfordshire1135TrainingSee archive report for further brief details KilledNorth Luffenham Churchyard (St. John The Baptist). Grave 10. Son of James Murdoch Young and Edith Young brother of Jack and Ella, of Viscount, Saskatchewan, Canada

Courtesy Operation Picture Me

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88073 YoungHarold OliverFlying Officer190583Age 24UKNavigatorRAFVRTransport24 Sqd1945-08-30DakotaIVKJ974-RAF Henderson, Middlesex1240Malta - HendersonSee archive report for detailsKilledMazargues War Cemetery, Marseilles. Plot 11. Row A. Grave 20Son of Harry and Lilian Young, of Gillingham, Kent. Grave inscription: 'In God's keeping'.
88074 YoungLeonard RoyFlight SergeantAus/424815Age 22AustraliaNavigatorRAAFBomber Command37 Sqd
1944-11-22WellingtonXLP574LF-UTortorella Landing Ground, Foggia, Italy1710Szombathely, HungarySee Archive report for further detailsKilledBudapest War Cemetery. Grave IV.B.9

Courtesy NAA


Born on the 24th August 1922 at Waedell, New South Wales. Enlisted on the 09th October 1942. Son of Herbert Martin Young (died 20th August 1983) and Cora Young (died 20th June 1944), of Emmaville, New South Wales, Australia. Grave inscription: 'His Duty Performed And He Nobly Fell. Ever Remembered'.
88075 YoungerR GFlight SergeantA401344RAAFBomber Command156 Sqd
1943-04-08LancasterIED622GT-QWarboys2142DuisburgCrashed near KolnKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
88076 YoungerC HSergeantAUS.400320RAAFBomber Command460 Sqd RAAF
1942-05-29WellingtonIVZ1391UV-RBreighton2342GennevilliersCrashed near DreuxPoW
88077 YoungerAPilot OfficerPilotFighter247 Sqd
1944-08-13TyphoonIbMN867XCrashed near Menil-HermeiPoW
88078 YoungerR D BSergeantBomber Command463 Sqd RAAF
1944-07-18LancasterIDV374JO-BWaddington2255RevignyCrashed at Droupt-Ste-Marie {Aube}KilledTerlincthum British Cemetery
88079 YoungerL S BFlight SergeantBomber Command51 Sqd
1941-09-07WhitleyVZ6744MH-Dishforth2009Berlin?Killed1939-1945 Berlin War Cemetery
88080 YoungerW G WSergeantBomber Command83 Sqd
1940-08-12HampdenIP4340OL-ScamptonDortmundCrashed near MesumPoW
88081 YoungerRobert GrahamFlight Sergeant401344AustraliaRAAF156 Sqd RAF
1943-04-08RAAF Honour Roll
88082 YoungmanL RPilot OfficerBomber Command218 Sqd
1942-10-23StirlingIR9184HA-VDownham Market1835GenovaCrashed in sea off DieppeKilledRunnymede
88083 YoungsD CSergeantBomber Command57 Sqd
1944-03-24LancasterIIIND671DX-IEast Kirkby1850BerlinCrashed GesukeKilledHannover War Cemetery
88084 YoungsRFlight SergeantBomber Command77 Sqd
1944-12-06HalifaxIIIMZ428KN-BFull Sutton1810osnabruckKilledRunnymede
88085 YoungsL RSergeantBomber Command82 Sqd
1940-08-13BlenheimIVT1933UX-Watton840AalborgShot down in target area KilledVadum Cemetery
88086 YoungsonSelwyn FrederickSergeant632041Age 22ScotlandW/Op/Air GunnerRAFBomber Command9 Sqd
1940-06-13WellingtonIaL7787WS-JRAF Honington, SuffolkPont de l'Arche See archive report for further details KilledDrosay Churchyard. Coll. Grave 5-6 Read Archive Report
88087 YounieWilliam AlexanderFlight SergeantR166259Bomb AimerRCAFBomber Command158 Sqn
1944-06-02HalifaxIIILK875NP:QLissett22:24TrappesSee Archive report for detailsKilledEcquetot Communal CemeteryParadie Archive Database
88088 YousemanEdward Ernest GeorgeFlight Lieutenant113351PilotDFC

Bomber Command617 Sqd
1943-11-17LancasterIIIED735KC-RRabat2340Transit Lost without trace whilst in transit over the Iberian Peninsula and the Bay of Biscay Killed Age 21Runnymede Panel 122.Lancaster was one of eleven aircraft detailed to attack the Antheor Viaduct again using 12,000lb High Capacity thin walled ‘Tall Boy’ bombs and new gyro bomb sights. Flying on to Blida Airfield in North Africa, Grimes and his crew were scheduled to return on 17-18 November, routed out over the Bay of Biscay. Grimes was killed in action on this flight when Lancaster ED735, piloted by Flight Lieutenant E. E. G. Youseman, DFC, and crewed by a very experienced crew that contained no fewer than four DFM recipients, was lost without trace, having probably falling victim to enemy fighters over the Bay. All the crew were killed.
88089 YowneyMyronFlying OfficerJ/2262115 February 1920CanadianBomb AimerRCAFBomber Command61 Sqn
1944-02-19LancasterIME591QR-CConingsby2343LeipzigAirborne collision with unknown aircraftKilledRheinburg War Cemetery Plot 9 Row A Grave 11Paradie Archive DatabaseThe crew were initially buried in Wetscherweisen Military Cemetery Diepholz. They were buried with the crew belonging to 514 Squadron Lancaster DS823.

(Extract from report from No4 MREU no name or dated) After several days of search I found a witness, Burgomeister Gabe of Essern who was able to guide me to the woods of a Lancaster. Burgomeister Gabe says that at 01:30 on Sunday 20 February 1944, two aircraft collided in mid air. None of the fragments were collected by the Luftwaffe, but they were unable to move tell section which was still at the scene of the crash. It was definitely a part of DS825 [sic] as they ....... were damaged registration numbers reading “D.S.” on one side and 82 on the other side. It was a complete tail section so there is no doubt that it was a Lancaster. Policeman Eserwych of Law confirmed date and other details of the crash from his diary.

Note: 514 Sqn lost 3 aircraft on this night DS736/DS823/LL681

Son of Anne Yowney, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
88090 YoxallASergeantBomber Command149 Sqd (East India)
1941-08-06WellingtonIcX9633OJ-RMildenhall2239MannheimCrashed at Thorembais St TrondKilledThorebais St Trond
88091 YoxallC HSergeantBomber Command218 Sqd
1943-02-03StirlingIBF408HA-TDownham Market1847HamburgCame down in Strait of DoverKilledRunnymede
88092 YuilleDFlight SergeantBomber Command76 Sqd
1944-04-22HalifaxIIIMZ530MP-UHolme on Spalding Moor2204DusseldorfKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
88093 YuilleDSergeantBomber Command76 Sqd
1943-08-30HalifaxVDK193MP-YHolme on Spalding Moor.0016.MonchengladbachCrashed on take off
88094 YuilleGeorge BinnieFlying Officer411425AustraliaRAAF100 Sqd RAAF
1943-02-25RAAF Honour Roll
88095 YuleRobert DuncanPilot Officer33502PilotMany - laterRAFFighter Command145 Sqd
1940-10-25HurricaneIP3926SO-YRAF Tangemere, West Sussex1230PatrolSee archive report for further details WoundedNone - survived the war - killed 1953Read Archive Report
88096 YuleRobert DuncanWing Commander33502PilotDSO

DFC & Bar

RAFFighter Command145 Sqd
1953-09-11MeteorF.8WF695RDYRAF Horsham St. Faith1100Rehearsal See archive report for further details Killed St. Margarets Church, Old Catton, Norfolk Read Archive Report
88097 YuleRobert DuncanWCdrNew ZealandPilotRAFFighter Command145 Sqd

501 Sqd 66 Sqd 15Wg
8 [3+5]Killed 1953-09-11Ace KIFA 4+5sh(552) Shores
88098 YuleH A NSergeant115 Sqd
1944-08-27LancasterIIIPB131KO-WWitchford2108StettinKilledPoznan Old Garrison Cemetery Poland
88099 YuleJSergeantBomber Command218 Sqd
1943-09-22StirlingIIIBK700HA-LDownham Market1850HannoverCrashed Neustadt am RubenbergeKilledHannover War Cemetery
88100 YvarsR CSgcFFAFBomber Command346 Sqd Free French
1944-06-10HalifaxIIINA555H7-LElvington1424Scholven-BuerPoW

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