Sgt. Jack Harrison Maltby:DFM

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Reference WMO262047

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Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

East Kirkby Airfield

East Kirkby

PE23 4DE

England

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Tree/s
Conflicts:
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Red Prunus and Plaque Lancaster III JB134 PG-G, Left Dunholme Lodge at 2147, tasked to attack the military camp at Mailly-le-Camp, crashed on the outward flight, Sgt. Naylor was flying as a second Bomb Aimer, all interred Courboin Communal Cemetery. Bomber Command Losses, Vol 5, page 209
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WADSWORTH, Douglas Arnold : D F C. Pilot Officer. Pilot. 159050. Son of Maurice Wadsworth, and of Alice Mary Wadsworth, of Parkstone, Dorsetshire, aged 23. Pilot Officer 'Douglas Arnold WADS WORTH (159050), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 619 Squadron. This officer has attacked many targets in Gerany, including Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and other such strongly defended objectives. He has invariably pressed home his attacks with great determination and his successes are a good tribute to his skill and accuracy. He has set a fine example of keenness and devotion to duty and has devoted much energy in the training of other members of the squadron Gazette Issue 36531 published on the 23 May 1944. Page 4 of 6 BURGESS, John Raymond. Sergeant. Flt. Engr. 1589723. Son of Alfred and Clara Burgess, of Rusholme, Manchester, aged 19. SHENTON, Arthur Clifford. Flight Sergeant. Nav. 1576638. Son of John Clifford Shenton and Hilda Shenton, of Whetstone, Leicestershire, age 22. BENGSTON, John. Flight Sergeant. Air Bomber. 1511190. Son of Peter and Edith Mary Bengston, of South Shields, Co. Durham, aged 21. NAYLOR, Arthur, Sergeant. Air Bomber 1499247. BRADY, Henry George : D F M. Sergeant. W. Op. 1209681. 1209681 Sergeant Henry George BRADY, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 619 Squadron. As wireless operator (air) this airman has participated in very many sorties and has displayed commendable skill and coolness throughout. On a recent occasion he was a member of the crew in an aircraft which attacked Brunswick. Soon after leaving the target he sighted a fighter closing in. Displaying great coolness he warned his pilot to take evasive action at the appropriate moment The enemy aircraft made 2 more attacks before it was hit by a burst of fire which caused it to dive steeply with smoke pouring from its engines. Throughout the fight, Sergeant Brady directed the combat manoeuvres with much skill and his efforts played a good part in frustrating the attacker. This airman has completed many sorties and has invariably displayed praiseworthy vigilance and devotion to duty. Gazette Issue 36521 published on the 16 May 1944. Page 3 of 6 MALTBY, Jack Harrison : D F M. Sergeant. Air Gnr. 1592172. 1397521 Sergeant Frederick Henry JOY, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 619 Squadron. 1592172 Sergeant Jack Harrison MALTBY, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 619 Squadron. As rear and mid-upper gunners respectively these airmen have taken part in very many attacks against well-defended targets in Germany. They have displayed a high standard of determination and devotion to duty and, on more than one occasion, their good shooting and excellent co-operation have frustrated enemy fighters. Their example has been most commendable. Gazette Issue 36531 published on the 23 May 1944. Page 5 of 6 JOY, Frederick Henry : D F M. Sergeant. Air Gnr. 1397521. Son of Fred Joy, and of Rosa Mildred Joy, of Canterbury, aged 23.

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