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Paul Andrews
Re: N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill?
Tue Dec 21, 2010 19:21
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The only nightfighter unit active over Britain at that time was I./NJG2. No claims matching this Stirling were submitted.

  • N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill?newcastle2000, Mon Oct 25 06:13
    Hi All Trying to find out what happened to Stirling N6012 on the morning of 3rd May 1941 at 02:30 when it crashed into trees at Dry Drayton. I have read/found many different accounts but still have... more
    • Re: N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill? — Paul Andrews, Tue Dec 21 19:21
      • Re: N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill?Anonymous, Wed Dec 22 02:14
        Hi Paul Thanks for replying - I have since found the AM1180 form for this aircraft which states that the pilot was in contact with the tower on the R/T and had nothing special to report. However the... more
        • Re: N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill?Anonymous, Wed Dec 22 19:10
          Hi James, Ok.. 2-3 May Lt. Feurbaum of 2./NJG2 claimed a "Hereford" near Church Fenton Airfield... actually a 77 Squadron Whitley damaged. 3-4 May Ofw. Hans Hahn of 3./NJG2 claimed a "Fulmar" at... more
          • Re: N6012 - Crash - Night Fighter Kill?Anonymous, Sat Jan 1 15:37
            Hi Annoymous Many thanks for that. It would be nice to know where any other planes were flying to that night, that is the ones that didn't claim a kill. I realise that that is a much harder piece of... more
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