400 Squadron, RCAF

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Re: 400 Squadron, RCAF

Post by georgetanksherman » Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:31 am

Got the e-mail, thanks, also thanks for the fan pointing, weather folks are saying we have a cold front coming through mid week, instead of 100 degree weather, it's going down to 92 degrees ? LOL

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Re: 400 Squadron, RCAF

Post by Temujin » Sun Aug 19, 2018 8:32 pm

georgetanksherman wrote:
Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:31 am
Got the e-mail, thanks, also thanks for the fan pointing, weather folks are saying we have a cold front coming through mid week, instead of 100 degree weather, it's going down to 92 degrees ? LOL
Aaahhh the Fan IS WORKING. Also it will be blowing smoke down from our hundreds of forest fires. Our whole province seems to be covered in smoke. Cheers for now.......and I think you’ll find the Special Operations document interesting.

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Re: 400 Squadron, RCAF

Post by georgetanksherman » Sun Aug 26, 2018 3:45 am

R.C.A.F. No. 400 Squadron P.O.W.’s

F/O J.H. Watlington, RCAF, P.O.W., July 10, 1944
Mustang, AG641, Aircraft shot down near Dieppe, France and captured on June 23, 1943,
successfully escaped on July 10, 1944

P/O M.G. Pepper, RCAF, P.O.W., March 17, 1943
Hurricane, AG258, Aircraft shot down by flak, crashed northern France, 20 km north of
Chartres, France

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