The Wartime Memories Project - RAF Tarrant Rushton



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Jack Brittens crew

The photograph was taken at Tarrant Rushton airfield in 1944.We were with 190 Squadron at the time and the Skipper's name was Jack Britten.

the details are: Back Row:- L/R.D.Sewell(Flt.Eng).H Whitehead(Rear Gunner) P.Oliver(Mid/U.Gunner)A Andrews(W/op) Front Row:- W.Davey(Bomb Aimer) J Britten(Pilot) ? Clarke(Navigator)

I am still trying to trace:-P.Oliver( Rhodesian Air Force) A. Andrews.Jack Britten, and ?(knobby)Clarke who went to Broadstairs for his Honeymoon. Any information on these guys would be appreciated,very much.

Howard Whitehead.

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List of those who served here.

  • A Andrews(W/op)
  • Jack Britten (pilot)
  • "Knobby" Clarke (Navigator)
  • W.Davey(Bomb Aimer)
  • P.Oliver(Mid/U.Gunner)
  • D.Sewell(Flt.Eng)
  • Howard Whitehead(Rear Gunner)( Rhodesian Air Force)

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