Border casualty attached to RFC

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Re: Border casualty attached to RFC

Postby plbramham » Sat Mar 15, 2014 1:39 pm

Of course Richthofen - The Red Baron's Flying Circus was operating in the Somme area at this time. Richthofen DID shoot down a Be 2C on 9th November 1916, but the crews names were either Lt. Cameron or Knight. ( BE 2c where two seaters - pilot and observer)
Maybe one of the other "Flying circus" pilots (Goering? - though maybe too early for him) brought down "our man" ?
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Re: Border casualty attached to RFC

Postby mrdeacon » Sat Mar 15, 2014 10:56 pm

I hope this works his RFC service records.

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