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BLOCH MB 131
Bloch MB 131 RB4
45
L-300
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed in May 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
51
L-306
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from December 1938 to July 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
53
L-308
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from December 1938 to July 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
54
L-309
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from January to August 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
88
L-343
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from May to September 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
98
L-353
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from May to October 1939.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
122
L-377
Assigned to GR I/36: Despondently shot by Morane MS406 on November 22, 1939. Cptne LAURENT (Crew Chief ) and Sgt CLEMENCEAU (Gunner) are killed. Lt PIERRAT (Observer) and Chief Warrant Officer LOUSSALEZ (Pilot) are wounded
Bloch MB 131 RB4
124
L-379
Assigned to GR II / 22. Folded on Montpellier end of June 1940.
Bloch MB 131 RB4
126
L-381
Assigned to GR II/22. Presence in the Group confirmed from April to September 1939.
POTEZ 63-11
Potez 63-11
12
J-815
Assigned to GR II / 22, 2nd Squadron. Aircraft present in Montpellier-Fréjorgues early 1942.
Potez 63-11
14
J-817
Assigned to GR II/22, 4th Squadron. This aircraft is one of the first Potez 63-11 delivered to the Group in October 1939.
Potez 63-11
31
J-834
Assigned to GR II / 22. Destroyed on November 7, 1939: he landed on his belly following an attack by 9 BF109E. Corporal CADOUX (Gunner) is killed, the Chief Warrant Officer LE BAIL (Pilot) and MARIE (Observer) are unharmed
Potez 63-11
38
J-841
Assigned to GR II/22, 4th Squadron. This aircraft is one of the first Potez 63-11 delivered to the Group in October 1939.
Potez 63-11
53
J-856
Assigned to GR II / 22. Shot down by the Flak on October 15, 1939. His pilot, Captain QUENET managed to put it on his belly. the crew is unscathed.
Potez 63-11
216
C-715
Assigned to GR II / 22. Present within the Group since January 1940. Shot down by German fighters on June 5, 1940. Captain DEMIMUID (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant QUENOLLE (Pilot) are wounded, the latter seriously. Staff-Sergeant BLANCHARD (Gunner) is unscathed.
Potez 63-11
219
C-718
Assigned to GR II / 22. Damaged by the Flak May 17, 1940, the pilot poses in the countryside where he is burned by the unharmed crew: Chief Warrant Officer COUDOUX (Pilot), Adjutant CRUTEL (Gunner) and Captain BARSE (Observer).
Potez 63-11
220
C-719
Assigned to GR II/22, 4th Squadron. Present in the Group from December 1939. The aircraft will be transferred to the GR II/14 in May 1940.
Potez 63-11
258
C-757
Assigned to GR II / 22.Present within the Group since January 1940. Destroyed in air combat on May 15, 1940. The crew was killed: Chief Warrant Officer LEMOINE (Pilot), Sub-Lieutenant LECHEVREL (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant STEIDEL (Gunner).
Potez 63-11
282
C-781
Assigned to GR II/22, 4th Squadron. Present in the Group from January 1940.
Potez 63-11
367
C-866
Assigned to GR II / 22. Present in Montpellier in June 1940.
Potez 63-11
617
Assigned to GR II / 22, 2nd Squadron. Wear the inscription "Cne MASSOGI" under the glass roof. Aircraft present in Montpellier-Fréjorgues in 1941.
Potez 63-11
684
Assigned to GR II / 22. Destroyed by accident on May 14, 1940. The crew is killed. Sub-Lieutenant DROUET (Observer), Chief Warrant Officer LE-BAIL (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant LE-COSSEC (Gunner)
Potez 63-11
716
Assigned to GR II / 22. Destroyed by the hunt on June 14, 1940. The crew is captured: Chief Warrant Officer KERBRAT (Observer), Captain SAGON (Pilot) and Sergeant GUERIN (Gunner).

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GR II/22