Bomber Command Form 10 and Lancaster Pilots notes

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B.C Form 10/ Lancaster Pilots Notes

A Typical Raid.

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576 Sqn Lancaster PD 309 recovery

150 Squadron R.A.F.


576 Sqn Wing/Cmdr Basil Arthur Templeman-Rooke

576 Sqn Flt/Lt Leslie Brown

576 Sqn. Flt/Sgt Eddie Wise

49 sqn Flt/Lt Charles Dunnet

49 Sqn Fred Cooper.

576 Sqn F/O William Carland Johnston

49 Sqn Flt/Lt Victor Medway Arnold

576 Sqn Flt/Lt Charles Roach

 49 Sqn Sgt. E.B.(Ted) Cachart.

49 Sqn Sgt Douglas D.R. Dalaway

576 Sqn Flt/Lt Bertram W. Roberts

576 Sqn Flt/Sgt Johnny Musgrove

576 Sqn Flying Officer Edward L Saslove

49 Sqn Pilot Officer Edgar R. G. Haines D.F.M.

576 Sqn Flt/Lt Herbert Benson

576 Sqn Flying Officer Frank Wilson

576 Sqn Flt/Sgt Dennis Ovenden

576 Sqn Flt/Sgt Danny Ranchuk

576 Sqn Flt/Sgt Ken Tamkin.

49 Sqn Flying Officer Alexander V Bone

576 Sqn Sgt Stanley Lloyd

576 Sqn Warrant Officer Frederick Taylor, DFM

576 Sqn Warrant Officer Reg Croot

49 Sqn. S/L J.E Raw-Rees D.F.C.

576 Sqn Sgt Alfred Thorpe Turton

 576 Sqn Warrant Officer Eugene Patrick (Jimmy) Collins

576 Sqn. F/O R Bastick & Crew

576 Sqn. Sgt. George Lynn.

576 Sqn Airman Ron Kent

576 Sqn. Sgt. D.Girling.

576 Sqn F/O A.J.L Ridge

576 Sqn F/O Archibald de Largy Greig

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The images on this page were supplied by Dave Briggs.

They were the standard notes and logs used by all Lancaster crews,

the notes being issued from the Lancaster manufacturer, A.V.Roe.

They were  taken from the original wartime records of a recently deceased relation of a work collegue.

He was: Sgt. Pottage, a No 15 Sqn Flight Engineer based at Mildenhall.

They give a facinating insight into the complex and technical duties Lancaster crews

were expected to perform and all under the most difficult conditions imagineable-usually at night,

in the intense cold of altitude, often in poor weather and in constant danger of flak,

night fighters and mid-air collisions.

See also Veterans Page 1 for details of Dave's own Uncle Les who was a 576 Sqn W/Op.

Bomber Command form 10-1

BC Form 10-2

BC Form 10-3

BC Form 10-4.

Flight Engineers' Notes for Lancaster Aircraft Front Cover.

F/E Notes inside front cover.

F/E Notes, name of holder.

F/E Notes, list of contents.

F/E Notes, amendments page.

F/E Notes, Flight Engineers' Duties.

The following images are the notes/instructons in sequence.