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POTEZ 542
Potez 542
120
X-194
Assigned to GR II / 33, 3rd Squadron. It is on these Aircrafts that the GRII / 33 was mobilized in August 1939
POTEZ 637
Potez 637
2
C-586
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed in air combat May 13, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant GAVOILLE (Pilot), Captain VESIN (Observer), Corporal SAURT (Gunner).
Potez 637
3
C-587
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed on November 5, 1939 after an attack by 6 BF109E. Lieutenant GEOFFROY (Observer), Adjutant BERNARD (Pilot) are killed. Adjutant ROBERT, injured parachutes and is taken prisoner. He will die of his wounds on May 23, 1941
Potez 637
5
C-589
Assigned to GR II / 33. On October 31, 1939, during an attack by BF109 E, Sgt Moreau was seriously wounded. Staff-Sergeant GUERIN (Pilot) and Lieutenant ISRAEL (Observer) are unscathed. The plane is only damaged
Potez 637
6
C-590
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed by accident on landing October 30, 1939. His pilot, Chief Warrant Officer JOSSERAND is killed
Potez 637
7
C-591
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed following an aerial combat on May 12, 1940. Captain MOREAU (Observer) is seriously injured, Sergeant JOANNIC (Gunner) is killed and the pilot, Sub-Lieutenant MOREAU is unharmed
Potez 637
11
C-595
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed by accident on May 19, 1940. The crew is unscathed
Potez 637
14
C-598
Assigned to GR II / 33. Despatched by mistake on December 21, 1939, by two English Hurricanes. Lieutenant CASTELLANA (Observer) and Adjutant PERNOT (Gunner) are killed. Only Lieutenant SAGON (Pilot), injured, parachutes.
Potez 637
15
C-599
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed by accident during a training flight on September 29, 1939. The crew is unscathed
Potez 637
49
C-633
Assigned to GR II / 33. Shot down by the Flak on May 22, 1940. The crew, unharmed, is taken prisoner: Adjutant GUERIN (Pilot), Lieutenant ISRAEL (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant HINCKER (Gunner).
POTEZ 63-11
Potez 63-11
48
J-851
Assigned to GR II/33.
Potez 63-11
50
J-853
Assigned to GR II / 33. Severely damaged by the Flak on June 10, 1940: the crew is unharmed, but the aircraft is destroyed: Sub-Lieutenant FRISOU (Observer), Adjutant CONSTANTIN (Pilot) and Adjutant MAGNIN (Gunner).
Potez 63-11
156
C-655
Assigned to GR II / 33, 2nd Squadron. Present at Athies-sous-Laon in April 1940. This aircraft was one of the first six Potez 63-11 delivered to the Group. Damaged on the ground of Athis-Sous-Laon during the attack of May 10, 1940.
Potez 63-11
394
C-893
Assigned to the GAO 518: this Aircraft will survive the campaign of France: it is found in Montpellier-Frejorgues at the Armistice. Transferred to GR II / 33, he is present in Algiers in July 1940.
Potez 63-11
582
Assigned to GR II / 33. Shot down by the Flak on May 22, 1940. Lieutenant DE-RENEVILLE (Observer) is killed, Sub-Lieutenant ANDRES (Pilot) and Chief Warrant Officer VAUDAINE (Gunner) are prisoners, the latter being wounded.
Potez 63-11
607
Assigned to GR II / 33. Shot down by the Flak on May 24, 1940. The crew is killed: Sergeant GENEST (Gunner), Chief Warrant Officer SEGUELA (Pilot) and Lieutenant LENOIR (Observer)
Potez 63-11
665
Assigned to GR II / 33. Shot down by the Flak on 9 June 1940. The crew, wounded, is taken prisoner: Sub-Lieutenant COLLOT (Pilot), Sub-Lieutenant YSERMANN (Observer) and Corporal BLONDEL (Gunner).
Potez 63-11
690
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed by accident on landing on May 30, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant SCHUTZ (Pilot) is injured. Sub-Lieutenant YSERMANN (Observer) and Corporal QUELLEC (Gunner) are unscathed.
Potez 63-11
718
Assigned to GR II / 33. Destroyed by accident on June 16, 1940: flying too low, these propellers touch the ground ... The crew is unscathed. Staff-Sergeant CREPUT (Pilot), Lieutenant HEBRAD (Observer) and Sergeant MOT (Gunner)
BLOCH M.B.174
Bloch M.B.174
9
Assigned to GR II / 33: Touched by Flak on May 17, 1940. Sergeant MILLET (Gunner), believing the lost plane parachutes, but kills himself by hitting the empennage. The pilot, Sub-Lieutenant HOCHEDE brings the aircraft back to Le Bourget without a hitch.
Bloch M.B.174
16
Assigned to GR II / 33: destroyed in air combat on April 16, 1940. Adjutant BAGREL (Gunner) and Sub-Lieutenant BEDIEZ (Observer) are killed. Captain LAUX (Pilot) is injured.
Bloch M.B.174
18
Assigned to GR II / 33: Destroyed by accident on April 30, 1940. Lieutenant ISRAEL (Observer) and Corporal BLONDEL (Gunner) are unharmed. Chief Warrant Officer SEPET (Pilot) is injured
Bloch M.B.174
24
Assigned to GR II / 33: Assigned to GR II / 33 on May 15, 1940. He is transferred to Tunisia after the Armistice.
Bloch M.B.174
28
Assigned to GR I / 35 on May 29, 1940. It is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20. It remains in the Group until its dissolution and will be transferred on July 22 to GR II / 33.
Bloch M.B.174
53
Assigned to GR II / 33: Assigned to GR II / 33. He is transferred to Tunisia after the Armistice. Present in El Aouina in 1942.

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GR II/33