149 Squadron Info wanted

martynp
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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by martynp » Thu Oct 14, 2010 12:19 am

Plans made I am going to see the roll of honour on the 22nd at St Georges.

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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by Oggie2620 » Sat Oct 16, 2010 11:56 pm

149NUTS wrote:Thanx to the previous poster for the Mildenhall Register link. It is http://www.mildenhallregister.stirlingpilot.org.uk

Alan F
Hi Alan
That was the link on the RAFRA site. Perhaps they arent aware and you could give them a gentle nudge to get it right...
Dee :D

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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by 149NUTS » Mon Oct 25, 2010 4:37 pm

Martyn.
Glad you got the munber; I should have passed it to you (sorry!)

Dee,
The RAFA site has been "nudged" a lot! The link you gave gets to the site and the rest is easy, but thanks for the thought :) .

All the best
Alan F

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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by martynp » Wed Oct 27, 2010 8:50 am

I got to St Georges last week and looked at the roll of honour. It was an emotional time seeing one at last after years of trying to track one down.
Thank you to all who helped me find it.
The map of the airfield is a lot bigger than I expected but is a great piece of work.

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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by hindenburg » Wed May 07, 2014 7:25 pm

I've just got some parts in from LK385... From the looks of the parts it was carry supplies for the Resistance or advance troops...Mail me Martyn's.

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Re: 149 Squadron Info wanted

Post by 149NUTS » Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:16 am

Hi Hindenburg,
Can I ask what parts you have obtained? The Aircraft was carrying Ruperts, although some (12) SAS men were dropped in the same area on Titanic III. As far as I am aware there were no SOE-type 'packages' in the load.

149 Sqn Historian

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