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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 DatabaseLinks/Archive Reports                        Notes                        
1001 MaulArthur C 2nd LtO-814722USAPilotUSAAF56th Fighter Group61st Fighter Squadron
1944-05-12P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1002 MawArthur DouglasPilot OfficerJ/19452Air/GnrRCAFBomber Command76 Sqd
1944-03-30HalifaxIIILW647MP-WRAF Home-on-Spalding Moor2211Nurnberg See archive report for further information KilledDurnbach War Cemetery. Joint gave 6.F.18-19Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
1003 MayArthur ErnestFlight Sergeant656422Age 24PilotRAFVRBomber Command149 Sqd
1943-08-23StirlingIIIEE894OJ-RRAF Lakenheath, Suffolk2035Berlin See archive report for further details Missing- believed killedRunnymede War Memorial. Panel 138 Read Archive Report
1004 MayersArthur LesliePilot Officer185925Born on Dec 10th 1920 at Brocco Bank Sheffield (Age 24)PilotRAFVRBomber Command40 Sqd1943-10-05WellingtonXMF845BL-AFoggia Main, ItalyGardening See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedMalta Memorial. Panel 13. Column 2 Read Archive Report
1005 MayneThomas DunwoodyFlight Sergeant1049725Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command408 Sqd RCAF
1943-10-22LancasterIIDS778EQ-URAF Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire1756Kassel See archive report for further information KilledHanover War Cemetery. Collective grave 15.G.2-7 Read Archive Report
1006 McAnnallyJames AnthonySergeant969038W/Op/Air/GunnerRAFBomber Command149 Sqd
1941-01-12WellingtonIcT2807OJ-?RAF Mildenhall, Suffolk2130near Venice Beach, ItalySee archive report for detailsPoWNone - thought to have survived the war Read Archive Report
1007 McCallVallanceFlight Sergeant1348808NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command40 Sqd1943-10-05WellingtonXMF845BL-AFoggia Main, ItalyGardening See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedMalta Memorial. Panel 14. Column 1 Read Archive Report
1008 McCallumGeorge L.K.Sergeant574552Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command103 Sqd
1943-04-28LancasterIIIED733PM-XRAF Elsham Wolds, Lincolnshire2057Gardening See Archive report for further details KilledEsbjerg Cemetery (Fourfelt). Grave A.10.5

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1009 McCallumArthur ArnoldSergeantR21465723rd September 1919, OntarioCanadaAir GunnerRCAFBomber Command103 Sqn
1944-05-03LancasterIIIND411PM:JElsham Wolds22:08Mailly-le-CampHit by 1-4/gem Flak Abt 593. Crashed Beauchert at 01:05. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 2 - Theo Boiten)KilledBeauchery-St-Martin Communal Cemetery

Paradie Archive DatabaseLancaster ND411, piloted by Pilot Officer J. E. Holden, was shot down and crashed over Beauchery-St-Martin, whilst on a bombing raid to the German military base at Mailly-Le-Camp, on 3-4 May 1944. All the crew were killed. The Bomber Command War Diaries by Martin Middlebrook states: ‘Late on 3 May 1944, 346 Lancasters of 1 and 5 Groups along with pathfinder Mosquitoes attacked the large German military base at Mailly-Le-Camp. The control of this raid in the target area failed to operate according to plan. The initial low level markers were accurate and well backed up by Lancaster marker aircraft. The Marker leader (Wing Commander G. L. Cheshire) ordered the main force to come in and bomb but the main force Controller (Wing Commander L. C. Deane) could not transmit the order to do so to the waiting Lancasters because his VHF set was being drowned by an American Forces Broadcast and his transmitter was wrongly tuned. German fighters arrived during the delay and bomber casualties were heavy.

The main attack eventually started when Deputy Controller (Squadron Leader E. N. M. Sparks) took over. Approximately 1500 tons of bombs were dropped with great accuracy. 114 barrack buildings, 47 transport sheds and some ammunition buildings in the camp were hit; 102 vehicles including 37 tanks were destroyed 218 German soldiers were killed and 156 were injured. Most of the casualties were Panzer NCO’s. There were no French casualties but some were killed when Lancaster ND411 was shot down and crashed on their house.’ This aircraft was homeward after the raid but North of its tracked course. There has been some dispute over French soldier deaths held in the barracks.

The Australian Government publication, Invasion to Victory April 1944 to May 1945, states: ‘The people of Beauchery-St-Martin, a little village to the South East of Paris, also had good reason to remember the night of 4-5 May 1944. Rachel De Boisgelin, the American born wife of a local landowner, was woken up by the noise: “Many of us living near were awakened by a tremendous roar of motors, by firing and then the sky was lighted up for miles around by explosions. But at that time the Germans were masters here and anyone who stepped out of a house before five in the morning risked being shot. By the noise and the glow in the sky, when the planes came down the Germans knew what had happened and they were looking at everything before anyone else. It gives me grief to tell these painful details but the planes caught fire which made identification of those who were in them extremely difficult” RAAF Flight Sergeant Clifford Gay was in one of the planes, Lancaster ND411 of 103 Squadron. Two Lancasters came down very near to each other and of the 15 crew only one survived. The remains of the others were placed in five coffins and were buried by the villagers in a collective grave in the Beauchery Communal Cemetery.’

A local teacher, Simone Rustang wrote to the sister of Sergeant James Moore, the flight engineer in ND411: ‘Never has our village seen such a big crowd - 1800 to 2000 people. At that lovely time of the year there were plenty of lilacs and lilies of the valley also tulips and rarer flowers. The five coffins disappeared under the tulips and whilst they were all being taken to their last resting place in this peaceful corner of the cemetery where the grass often grows, we were thinking of their families who might be thinking of them alive somewhere in Europe.’
1010 McCarthyJohn HerbertSergeantAUS/401388W/Op/Air/GunnerRAAFBomber Command50 Sqd
1943-02-13LancasterIIIED484VN-QSkellingthorpePMLorientCrashed in the seaMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 193 Read Archive Report
1011 McCombRoy ErnestPilot OfficerJ/18814NavigatorRCAFBomber Command408 Sqd RCAF
1943-10-22LancasterIIDS778EQ-URAF Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire1756Kassel See archive report for further information KilledHanover War Cemetery. Grave 15.G.2-7Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
1012 McCordDonald ArthurWarrant Officer407560AustraliaRAAF38 Sqd RAF
1943-10-27RAAF Honour Roll
1013 McCormickArthur B Jr2nd LtO-824523USAPilotUSAAF364th Fighter Group385th Fighter Squadron
1944-11-02P-38 Lightning (P-51 Mustang mid 1944)1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1014 McCuaigKenneth J. S.Flight SergeantR204103in 1924 at Kirkland Lake Ontario CanadaW/Op/Air/GunnerRCAFBomber Command425 Sqd RCAF
1945-03-05Halifax IIIMZ454KW-SRAF Tholthorpe, Yorkshire1640ChemnitzSee archive report for detailsBaled out - survived None - thought to have survived the war Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
1015 McDonaldArthur JosephFlight SergeantJ/16133PilotRCAFBomber Command9 Sqd
1942-11-07LancasterIW4265WS-LRAF Waddington, Lincolnshire1753Genoa, ItalyCollided with another Lancaster over base. Both aircraft crashedKilledLincoln (Newport) Cemetery Section H. Grave 318 North.
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1016 McDonaldArthur LennoxPilot Officer403069AustraliaRAAF106 Sqd RAF
1943-03-12RAAF Honour Roll
1017 McDonaldNormanLt ColonelUSAPilotAir Medal with 11 oak leaf clusters (2 silver, 1 bronze) , Air Medal with 13 oak leaf clusters (2 silver, 3 bronze), American Campaign Medal, American Defense Meda,l DFC (USA) with 1 oak leaf cluster, World War II Victory Medal, DFC (British), European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with 1 silver star and 1 bronze starUSAAF328th Fighter Group318th Fighter Sqd

Two of the Squadrons of the 52nd Fighter Group flew Spitfires with RAF Fighter Command in August and early September 1942 from northern Ireland. After these preparatory missions, the Group joined the Twelfth and then Fifteenth Air Force in the Mediterranean theater, supporting successive army operations in Tunisia, Sicily and Italy. The Group also escorted bombers flying strategic and interdictory missions over occupied central Europe.

During April 1943, Captains Norman MacDonald and Arthur Vinson of the 52nd FG became the first USAAF Spitfire aces, though Vinson was lost immediately after shooting down his 7th victim. He was an ace with 11 victories and flew with 325th Fighter Group 318th Fighter Squadron

McDonald's IL2 BN P-51D 15 Air Force 325th Fighter Group 318th Fighter Sqd in Italy V0A. Checkertail Clan of the 15th Air Force based in Italy 1944 with USAAF serial number 44-15480 and coded 59 and named 'Shu-Shu'
1018 McDonaldDonaldFlight SergeantR7376128th November 1914, Montreal, QuebecCanadianWireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFCoastal Command407 Sqn RCAF
1942-05-15HudsonVAM812RR:SBircham Newton20:24Strike MissionPart of a strike force from 320 Sqn (9 aircraft) and 407 Sqn (12 aircraft) which was sortied to attack an east-bound convoy of German ships off the Dutch Frisian Islands. Failed to return from the operationKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 105Son of Arthur and Kate (née McLeod) McDonald of Chateauquay Basin, Ontario and husband of Elizabeth Rose Patricia (née Rinahan) McDonald of Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1019 McDougallRobert BruceFlying Officer Navigator410609RAAFBomber Command460 Sqd RAAF
1944-04-10LancasterIIIND586AR-BBinbrook2341AulnoyeCrashed Vieux-Mesnil {Nord}. Shot down by Hptm. Helmut Bergmann 8./NG4 at 0220hrsKilledMeubeuge Centre Cemetery. Ror B. Grave 8 Read Archive Report
1020 McEvoyArthur SampsonFlight Lieutenant411157AustraliaRAAF5 OTU Williamtown1945-09-19RAAF Honour Roll
1021 McEwanArthur MurrayFlight Lieutenant 78083(Age 34)UKNavigator RAFVRBomber Command305 Sqd (Polish)
1944-05-01RAF Lasham. Location : . , Zaventem Communal Cemetery - Zaventem, Vlaams-Brabant, Belgium. Joint grave 1Son of Thomas McG and Degrena J McEwan, of Edinburgh, Scotland; husband of Christina Dickson McEwan, of Edinburgh, Scotland
1022 McFaddenAlbert StanleyFlight LieutenantWalton LiverpoolBomb AimerBomber Command97 Sqd (Straits Settlements) Pathfinder Force
1944-03-30LancasterIIIND390OF-SBourn2215NurnbergShot down by a night fighter of Maj Martin Drewes lll./NJG1 and crashed over Coburg whilst on a bombing raid to Nuremberg. Crashed AhornKilled Age 28Durnbach War CemeteryLancaster ND390, piloted by Flight Lieutenant D. H. Rowlands, DFC, was detailed to attack Nuremberg, as part of the main force of 795 aircraft, and was shot down by an Me.110 flown by Major Martin Drewes, III./NJG1, and crashed in the south west suburbs of Coburg, on 30-31 March 1944. All the crew were killed. 'Nuremberg, the Blackest Night in RAF History' by Martin Bowman gives the following account: ‘At 01:20 a.m. Drewes and his crew singled out their third victim of the night. It was Lancaster III ND390 NF-S of 97 Squadron which was being flown by 23 year old Flight Lieutenant Desmond Harold Rowlands DFC of Kenton Middlesex. “At 700 metres” said Handke “we could see it was another Lancaster. We were about to attack from the rear again when Petz announced that he had cleared the stoppage in our cannon. With the oblique cannon now working we could attack from below and to the side of the bomber with less risk of being seen. Drewes edged the night fighter closer and for a few seconds we were almost on a parallel course. Unaware, the Lancaster flew on. Then Drewes raked it with a long burst aimed into the wing. Flames fanned from the engines to acknowledge the accuracy of his shooting.”

Rowlands and his crew were mostly second tourists who were on their third operation with the Pathfinders. The bodies of 19 year old Sergeant Robert Myall Lane, the flight engineer of Richmond Surrey; Arthur Robert Cadman DFM the 24 year old navigator of Kingswinford Staffordshire (whose award had been granted in 49 Squadron in 1940); Albert Stanley McFadden the 28 year old bomb aimer of Walton, Liverpool and Flying Officers Edgar James Currie the 32 year old wireless operator and Fred Coleville the mid upper gunner of Chester-Le-Street, County Durham were found near the main fuselage on the edge of a wood at Ahorn in the South West suburbs of Coburg. The tail came down some distance away and the body of 28 year old Flight Lieutenant Richard Algernon Dacre Trevor Roper DFC DFM was found still in the rear turret.’

Attacker Maj Martin Drewes lll./NJG1
1023 McGuireLaurie ArthurSergeant412070AustraliaRAAF21 OTU RAF1942-12-07RAAF Honour Roll
1024 McKayDouglas HaysSergeant319314Age 26PassengerArmyArmy Air Corp2nd SAS Regt.1944-07-23StirlingIVLJ882L9-HRAF Fairford, GloucestershireSOE 'Rupert' See archive report for further details KilledGraffigny-Chemin Communal Cemetery. Collective grave 12-22 Read Archive Report
1025 McKillopRonald Patrick ArthurPilot Officer413233AustraliaRAAF245 Sqd RAF
1943-12-30RAAF Honour Roll
1026 McKimJoseph ArthurFlight SergeantR172089CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command90 Sqn
1944-07-20LancasterILM189WP:URAF Tuddenham, Suffolk23:16HombergSee archive report for further detailsKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery. Grave 25.G.1Paradie Archive Database
1027 McLarenRobert DuncanSquadron Leader73003PilotDFC

RAFVRBomber Command1409 Flt
1945-02-27MosquitoXVI NS731WytonSD MainzWeather reconnaissance sortie to the Mainz area. This was the only operational loss sustained by 1409 Flt in 1945KilledRheinberg War Cemetery 18.D.24Son of Duncan and Frances McLaren, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada; husband of Joyce Catherine McLaren, of Hildenborough, Kent

DFC Gazetted 12 January 1945

Bar to DFC. Flying Officer Joseph Arthur Laurent Lymburner, DFC, (Can/J.16573) RCAF. DFC. Flight Lieutenant Robert Duncan McLaren (73003), RAFVR. Citation: "Flying Officer Lymburner and Flight Lieutenant McLaren, as observer and pilot respectively were detailed for a reconnaissance far over enemy territory. The complete success achieved on this difficult mission reflects the greatest credit on the skill, courage and determination displayed by (these members of aircraft crew."
1028 McLarenRobert AllanSergeant1343837Age 21Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command51 Sqd
1943-04-16HalifaxIIDT561MH-KRAF Snaith, Yorkshire2046PlzenSee archive report for further brief detailsKilledDurnbach War Cemetery. Grave 6.H.27.Son of Robert Arthur and Ruby Mary McLaren, of Edinburgh, Scotland.
1029 McLeodStanley RonaldSergeant1006997W/Op/Air/GunnerRAFVRBomber Command106 Sqd
1942-02-23HampdenIP4323ZN-ZRAF Coningsby, Lincolnshire200GardeningSee archive report for detailsKilledKiel War Cemetery. Grave 3.B.16 Read Archive Report
1030 McLeodLewis Arthur JohnSquadron Leader413409AustraliaRAAF97 Sqd RAF
1944-06-22RAAF Honour Roll
1031 WillmottArthur CharlesFlying Officer149668NavigatorDFC


RAFVRFighter264 Sqn
1944-08-11MosquitoNFXIIIHK516RangerDefensive patrol over Battle area, evening. Electrical failure, Force landed at A.8 Picauville ahead of 604 Sqn Mosquito MM496 which collided and set on fire. Written offKilledBayeux War Cemetery V.B.4DFC awarded to 932773 WO Willmott whilst with 108 Sqnd, gazetted 24th August 1943. Citation reads: Warrant Officer Arthur Charles WILLMOTT (032773). Royal Air Force. Volunteer Reserve, No. 108 Squadron. Warrant Officer Willmott is an extremely efficient observer who has participated in many sorties and assisted in the destruction of 6 enemy aircraft at night. His example of keenness and devotion to duty has been highly commendable..

Bar to DFC awarded whilst with 264 Sqn, gazetted 4th August 1944. Citation reads: Flight Lieutenant Michael Metcalfe DAVISON, D F.C. (101089), R A F V R 264 Sqn. Flying Officer Arthur Charles WILLMOTT, D F C (149668), R A F V R 264 Sqn. As pilot and observer respectively these officers have complete^ a very large number of sorties and have invariably displayed praiseworthy courage and devotion to duty They have destroyed 10 enemy aircraft, successes which are an excellent testimony to their skill and co-operation
1032 McRaeDonald WaynePilot OfficerJ/86303Age 27CanadaAir/BmrRCAFBomber Command15 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIIILM576LS-DRAF Mildenhall, Suffolk1116TrainingCrashed at Barton MillsKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery Plot 54 Row H Grave 2

Courtesy John Jones

Information courtesy John Jones April 2021Born on the 02nd May 1917. Son of John H. McRae and Ruby M. McRae, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada Grave inscription: 'he sleeps in god's beautiful garden, in the sunshine of perfect peace'.
1033 McRaeMalcolm ArthurFlying Officer400817AustraliaRAAF135 Sqd RAF
1943-01-07RAAF Honour Roll
1034 McRobertsClarence (Clare) ArthurFlying OfficerJ/9915CanadaBomb Aimer/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command10 Sqd
1942-12-11HalifaxIIDG222ZA-QMelbourne1653TorinoCrashed at Villiers-le-DucKilled Age 29Villiers-Le-Duc (St. Phal) Churchyard, Row 2. Grave 9. Paradie Archive Database
Crew of DG222
1035 MeadowArthur DrohenLeading Aircraftman9034AustraliaRAAFS Headquarters Port Moresby1942-01-21RAAF Honour Roll
1036 MeakerArthur ReginaldFlying Officer416275AustraliaRAAF10 Sqd RAAF
1942-07-31RAAF Honour Roll
1037 MeakinLeonardFlying Officer128666NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command103 Sqd
1943-04-28LancasterIIIED733PM-XRAF Elsham Wolds, Lincolnshire2057Gardening See Archive report for further details KilledEsbjerg Cemetery (Fourfelt). Grave A.10.6

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1038 MearsArthur FrankLeading Aircraftman82619AustraliaRAAFNo 3 RAAF Hospital Richmond1946-01-10RAAF Honour Roll
1039 MenascoElmer WillisTechnical SergeantFlight Sergeant38529486AmericanEngineer/GunnerUS Army Air Force8th Air Force303rd Bombardment Group (H), 359th Bombardment Squadron (H), 1st Air Division1944-11-21B-17 Heller’s AngelsG42-102484BN:KMolesworth (Station #107), Huntingdonshire, EnglandMerseburg (Mission #720), GermanySee Archive report for detailsPoW, Dulag Luft 12 Groß-Tychow Pomerania
1040 MercerRichard ArthurFlight Sergeant13204482 May 1923 at Wandsworth, LondonBritishNavigatorRAVFRBomber Command625 Sqd
1944-04-18LancasterIME734CF-JRAF Kelstern, Lincolnshire2216RouenShot down by intruder near baseKilledCambridge City Cemetery - Grave 14561. Read Archive Report
1041 MerchantLeslie ArthurFlight Sergeant1191563RAFVRBomber Command407 Sqd RCAF
1942-10-20HudsonVIEW921RAF St Eval, Cornwall EnglandAnti-SubmarineUnconfirmed - accidentMissingRunnymede Memorial, Panel 75.Accident report
1042 MerricksArthur John HowardSergeant1323482Pilot 2RAFVRBomber Command100 Sqd
1944-02-24LancasterIIIED815HW-PRAF Grimsby, Lincolnshire1822Schweinfurt See archive report for further details KilledDurnbach War Cemetery. Collective grave 4.B.25-28 Read Archive Report
1043 MetcalfeGeorge ArthurSergeant1375863Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command455 Sqd RAAF
1942-02-13HampdenIAD783VB-VWiglsey2243GardeningTurned for home early after experiencing engine trouble. Crashed at 0153 hours at Eagle, 7 Miles from Lincoln whilst preparing to land.KilledEdmonton Cemetery, Middlesex, Screen Wall.Alternative Commemoration - buried in Tottenham Park Cemetery
1044 MiddletonWilliam ArthurFlying OfficerNZ/39928Born on the 31st December 1918 (Age 22)New ZealandPilotRNZAFFighter Command485 Sqd RNZAF
1941-08-27SpitfireVbW3527OU-MRAF Redhill, Surrey620Circus 85See archive report for brief details KilledDunkirk Town Cemetery. Plot 2. Row 2. Grave 17.Read Archive Report
1045 MiddletonArthur WalterSergeantMid Upper GunnerBomber Command115 Sqd
1944-07-20LancasterIIIND913 'Popeye'A4-M2Witchford2330HombergCrashed at Papendrecht {Zuid-Holland}KilledPapendrecht General Cemetery Holland

1046 MilesAllan ArthurSergeant912232W/Op/Air/GnrRAFVRCoastal Command500 Sqd1941-10-31BlenheimIVV5537MK-MRAF Bircham Newton, Norfolk2200Shipping Sweep See archive report for further details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 48 Read Archive Report
1047 MillarArthur David CurtisMajorNot knownPassengerIndian ArmySpecial Duties - Bomber Command138 Sqd (Special)
1942-12-17HalifaxIIDT542NF-QRAF Luqa, Malta0405 Crash timeTransitLost on Transport Flight from Malta to England. Crashed at Zeitun. KilledMalta (Capuccini) Naval Cemetery Prot Officer's. Plot E. Collective grave 4CREW : F/O Z Idzikowski; F/O K L Dobromirski; F/O S Pankiewicz; F/Sgt O F Zielinski; F/Sgt A E Kleniewski, Sgt R Wysocki; Sgt D Spibey, RAF; Sgt A C Watt, RAF.

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1048 MillerHarold ArthurSergeantAUS/405083born 5 December 1919 Age 23AustralianW/Op/Air GunnerRAAFCoastal Command461 Sqd1943-06-02Short SunderlandGR3EJ134UT-N RAF Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, Wales 1315 Anti-Submarine Patrol, Bay of Biscay See archive report for further details Safe Read Archive Report
1049 Miller Reginald Arthur ("Dusty")PilotFighter Command1435 Flt
74 Victories in a Beaufighter with N/RO Tearle, Francis J.[2][3]
1050 MillerHarold ArthurWarrant Officer405083AustraliaRAAF461 Sqd RAAF
1943-08-13RAAF Honour Roll

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