|Aircraft Model:||Short Sunderland Mk. I|
|Units:||No. 210 Squadron, RAF|
|9 April 1940||Aircraft was shot down by Messerscmitt 110s from I/ZG 76 and exploded over Maidalen, Norway.|
Pilot: F/Lt PETER WILLIAM HANSFORD KITE, RAF 40231 (Killed)
Crew: Sgt JACK CLIFFORD CARPENTER, RAFVR 745604 (Killed)
Crew: P/O ARTHUR FRANCIS LE MAISTRE, RAF 41033 (Killed)
Crew: Sgt JAMES ALAN LLYWELYN BARTER, RAFVR 751471 (Killed)
Crew: Sgt O.F. GEORGE, RAF 619031 (Prisoner of War)
Crew: LAC DOUGLAS WILLIAM BAILEY UPHAM, RAF 562805 (Killed)
Crew: LAC FREDERICK ARMAND MORRISON, RAF 522580 (Killed)
Crew: AC1 GRAHAM HERBERT MAILE, RAF 543456 (Killed)
Crew: AC1 ROBERT LAWRENCE MILLAR, RAF 569861 (Killed)
Crew: AC2 GEORGE EVESON, RAF 635904 (Killed)
McNeill, R. 2003 Royal Air Force Coastal Command Losses of the Second World War - Volume 1: Aircraft and Crew Losses, 1939-1941. Hinckley: Midland Publishing.
Robertson, B. 1979 British Military Aircraft Serials, 1911-1979. Cambridge: Patrick Stephens Ltd.
Record updated on 28 April 2018.
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