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1019 Reconnaissance crew members are listed bellow in alphabetical order.

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Name
Rank
Unit
Post
Informations
Civil-statut
Photo
Indiv. Card
Citations
DA Pierre - Joseph
Lieutenant
Pilot
Commander of the 2nd squadron of the GR I/55 group Born on 6 August 1914
Killed on 28 April 1951
DALEMONT Bruno
Lieutenant
Pilot
Joined the Group in September 1939.
One of the first pilots converted on Potez 63-11.
He became the boss of the GB I/31 Lorraine Group and of the Agadir Base (Morocco).
He was killed during a mission on 15 July 1948.
Born 19 June 1914
Died 15 July 1948
D'ANGLEJAN Pierre - Marie
Lieutenant
Observer

On June 15, 1940, the Potez 63-11 No.857, damaged by the Flak is forced to land in the countryside. The crew is unscathed.

Pierre d'Anglejan ended his career as Controller General of the French Armed Forces.

Born in 1914
Died in1993
 
DARDAINE
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
 
DARRE Paul - Jean
Lieutenant
Pilot
He was killed in Algeria on 15 August 1944 while fighting with GB 2/63 "Sénégal". Born on 22 June 1907 in Lahitte-Toupière (65 - Hautes-Pyrénées)
Killed on 15 August 1944 at Misserghin (Algeria)
   
DASPET
Adjutant
Radio
     
DAVAS
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO I/520
   
DAVIER Jean
Lieutenant
GAO 553
Observer
Killed on aerial combat on September 8, 1939    
DEBAISE
Captain
GAO 513
Pilot
         
DE-BALATIER
Adjutant
Pilot
   
DE-BARBEYRAC Bernard
Sergeant
GAO I/589
Pilot
Killed on aerial combat on June 2, 1940    
DEBARIS
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On June 24, 1940, his aircraft, No.63 Potez 63-11, was damaged during an air fight with a Me109 and was destroyed on landing. June 24, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant DEBARIS is unharmed.    
DE-BENUCHAMP
Sergeant
GAO I/584
Machine-Gunner
   
DE-BERNARDY Bruno
Adjutant
Pilot
On May 23, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No.402 is attacked by Me109. Adjutant DE-BERNARDY, unscathed, managed to return to the field, but the gunner was killed during the fight.  
DEBLADIS Roger
Lieutenant
Observer
Seriously wounded on June 5, 1940 aboard Potez 63-11 No.365 shot down by 7 Me109.  
DE-BORT
Lieutenant
GAO 552
Observer
   
DE-CHILY Bernard
Lieutenant
GAO I/520
Observer
       
DECLERCQ
Chief-Warrant Officer
Machine-Gunner
         
DE-FAY
Lieutenant
Observer
         
DE-FORGES Paul - Charles
Lieutenant
Pilot

His Aircraft, the Potez 637 No. 20 was shot down on December 20, 1939 by the Flak and German Fighters and crashed in Germany. The crew, wounded, is taken prisoner.

Paul DE-FORGES later joined the GC3 "Normandie Niémen" and disappeared in Russia, south-east of Smolensk on August 31, 1943.

Born June 28, 1912 in Nantes (4 - Loire Atlantique)
Killed August 31, 1943 near Smolensk (Russia)
DE-GINESTET Emeric
Lieutenant
Observer
Killed on June 13, 1940 aboard Potez 63-11 No.384 shot down by 6 Me109.  
DE-GOLBERY
Captain
GAO II/551
   
DE-GRIVEL
Captain
GAO 553
   
DE-KERAUTEM
Lieutenant
Observer
On June 16, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 845 damaged by the Flak, is forced to land in the countryside: the crew, unscathed, fire the aircraft.    
DE-LA-BAUME
Captain
GAO II/506
   
DELACOUR
Sergeant
Pilot
   
DELAITRE Marcel - Jean
Lieutenant
March 1940
Observer
Leaves the Group GAO 544 to join the GR I/35 on March 25, 1940. Born on 16 January 1916 in Pavilly (76 - Seine-Maritime)
Died in Dreux (28 - Eure et Loir) on 5 November 2012
DE-LA-ROCQUE Jean-François
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 511
Pilot
Killed on aerial combat on May 13, 1940    
DELASSAUX
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On May 22, 1940, his aircraft, a Potez 63-11 was hit by the Flak during a low-altitude mission. The Pilot is seriously injured and it is the Observer who manages to bring the aircraft back to the ground and put the train back in. He had previously asked the Staff-Sergeant DELASSAUX to evacuate in parachute, and this one, unscathed poses without incident.    
DELAUNAY Louis
Lieutenant
Observer
On May 15, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No192 was hit by the Flak. The pilot managed to land in a field, but Lieutenant DELAUNAY, seriously wounded, would be taken prisoner during the German advance  
DE-LA-VAISSIERE-DE-LA-VERGNE
Commander
EM Group
Commander of the GR II/14 Group    
DE-LAVERGNE
Aspirant
GAO 553
Pilot
   
DE-LAVERGNE-DE-CERVAL Pierre
Aspirant
Pilot
       
DE-LESQUEN DU PLESSIS- CASSO Michel - Marie
Captain
Commander of Group
A graduate of the Ecole Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr (1924 - 1926), he became a Captain on mobilisation and was on the Air Staff of the 1st Army Corps. He commanded GAO 501 from 22nd May 1940, replacing Commandant MOGUEZ who had been wounded in air combat.
After the war, he was assigned to the Air Force General Staff until 1942.
After the war, he continued his career in the Air Force and was appointed Air Brigadier General, commanding the Light Air Force from September 1956.
Born in Cherbourg Octeville (50 - Manche) on 4 June 1905
Died in Versailles (78 - Yvelines) on 11 April 1993
 
DELGEE
Commander
GAO II/520
   
DELIOT Jean
Chief-Warrant-Officer
Machine-Gunner
     
DE-LESSAN Robert - Marie
Lieutenant
Observer
On June 17, 1940, his aircraft, a Potez 63-11 is hit by the Flak, at the observer's station. The pilot managed to bring the aircraft back to his field, but Lieutenant DE-LAISSANS was killed. Born in Paris on 4 May 1911
Killed on 17 June 1940 at Montbard (21 - Côte d'Or)
DE-LOISY
Captain
   
DELORME Joseph
Master-Corporal
GAO 543
Machine-Gunner
Killed on aerial combat on June 9, 1940    
DELOVE
Captain
GAO 545
Observer
   
DELPECH
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 518
Pilot
Wounded on aerial combat on May 21, 1940    
DE-MAQUEYRE
Lieutenant
Observer
Joined the Group GR I/35 on April 1, 1940.
Left the Group on May 5th to join GR II/14
   
DEMAY Alfred - Louis
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
Born on 9 June 1900 in Verquin (62 - Pas de Calais)
Died at Reims (51 - Marne) on 2 April 1976
   
DE-MAZENOD Gérard
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
Born June 15, 1914 in Le Mans (72 - Sarthe)
Died January 27, 2011 at Landevieille (85 - Vendée)
   
DEMESMAY Marcel
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunne
Marcel DEMESMAY was posted to the GB I/31 from 1934 to 1939 as a machine gunner, and joined the GAO 509 on 15 September 1939.
Withdrawn to North Africa with GAO 509, he later joined Groupe 2/23, which flew Léo 451s. After the Allied landings in North Africa in November 1942, Group 2/23 became 346 Squadron 'Guyenne' of the RAF. This unit carried out bombing raids over occupied Europe from bases in England. The Group flew the Halifax MK V heavy bomber. Marcel DEMESMAY was appointed Bombardier. He will be cited four times for his action within the Group. Marcel DEMESMAY survived his tour of operations, 30 missions, at the end of which he stayed in England to train new recruits.
Once peace had returned, he was in charge of air traffic control at the Tours base until 1962, when, after a final assignment in Germany, he retired to Tours.
Born on 25 October 1909 in Beure (25 - Doubs)
Killed on 8 September 1986 at Besançon (25)
     
DEMIMUID Joseph
Captain
Observer
On June 5, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No 216 was shot down during a fight with the opponent at 7 Me109 and crashed. Captain DEMIMUID is injured.  
DE-MONTAL Jean - Albert
Captain
Observer
On May 15, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No. 388, was badly hit by the Flak and crashed. Captain DE-MONTAL is killed. Born on 2 April 1911 in Paris (75)
Killed on 15 May 1940 at Mignault (Belgium)
DE-MONTS-DE-SAVASSE Gérard - Marie
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
On June 5, 1940, after having deposited the Observer on the ground of Etrepagny, Potez 63-11 No.595 redécolle to rejoin his ground but is attacked by a group of 9 Me109 and crush on the ground. The crew is killed. Born on 3 March 1914 in Toulouse (31 - Haute-Garonne)
Killed on 5 June 1940 at Saint-Ouen-du-Tilleul (27 - Eure)
DEMUYTER
Sergeant
GAO II/506
Pilot
   
DENAIN Jacques - Edouard
Adjutant
Pilot
Jacques DENAIN is one of the sons of General DENAIN, former Minister of Air. He wanted his two sons to fight in the GR I/52: the two brothers were killed 12 days apart .
- May 7, 1940, Bloch MB174 No.40 crashes shortly after takeoff. The aircraft is destroyed, but the crew is unscathed.
- May 13, 1940, Bloch MB174 No.11 is shot down by 3 Me109. The crew is killed.
Born in Paris on 1 August 1912
Killed on 13 May 1940 at Nicey (55 - Meuse)
DENAIN Jean
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
JEAN DENAIN is one of the sons of General DENAIN, former Minister of Air. He wanted his two sons to fight in the GR I/52: the two brothers were killed 12 days apart .
On May 25, 1940, returning from a night mission, the Potez 637 No.35 crashes on landing. Staff Sergeant DENAIN is killed.
Born on 8 April 1916 at Boulogne-Billancourt (92 - Hauts de Seine)
Killed on 25 May 1940 at Attigny (08 - Ardennes)
 
DENIS
Sergeant
GAO I/589
Machine-Gunner
Wounded on aerial combat on June 2, 1940    
DENIS Pierre
Lieutenant
GAO 547
Pilot
       
DENOMAISON André - Robert
Captain
Pilot
Captain André Denomaison was wounded on 31 May 1940. Born on 25 January 1898, Rouen (76 - Seine-Maritime)
Died at Bois-Guillaume (76 - Seine-Maritime) on 11 January 1994
   
DE-PANGES Marie
Lieutenant
GAO 546
Observer and Chief of board
       
DEPLANQUE
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO I/551
Pilot
   
DE-PONTAC Marie - François
Lieutenant
on May 15, 1940
Observer

Officier Observateur détaché au GR I/35 le 9 septembre 1939 avant de rejoindre le GR II/33 le 15 Mai 1940.

Marie DE PONTAC was deported to Buchenwald on 8 April 1945.

Born on 29 July 1910 in Saint-Pardon-De-Conques (33 - Gironde)
Died at Weimar-Buchenwald (Germany) on 8 April 1945
DEPREZ
Sub-Lieutenant
         
DEPREZ Jean - Edouard
Commander
Born 23 November 1901, Lorient (56 - Morbihan)
Died at Nice (06 - Alpes-Maritimes) on 2 November 1977
 
DE-QUILLAC Pierre Auguste
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner�
- On June 12, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No720, damaged in air combat, crashes on landing The crew is unscathed
- June 14, 1940, his Aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No604 is shot by German Fighters. Sergeant DE-QUILLAC is killed.
Born May 10, 1904 in Paris
Killed June 14, 1940 at Buchères (10 - Aube)
DE-RENEUVILLE Bertrand
Lieutenant
Observer
His aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No582 was shot down by the Flak on May 22, 1940. Lieutenant DE-RENEVILLE, seriously wounded, is taken prisoner but will die the next day.    
DERVILLE Ignace - Louis
Lieutenant
Observer
Born 15 May 1914 in Wervicq-Sud (59 - Nord)
Died at Neuilly sur Seine (92 - Haut de Seine) on 28 February 2004
   
DE SAINT-EXUPERY Antoine
Captain
Pilot
He was reported missing in action on July 31,1944
Born on June 29,1900 in Lyon 2nd Arr (69 - Rhône)
Killed on 31 July 1944
DESALME Marcel
Chief-Warrant-Officer
Observer - Machine-Gunner
  Born on 23 March 1908      
DESBORDES Guy Thomas
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Guy DESBORDES entered the Ecole de Pilotage in 1936 after passing the netrée examination. He obtained his Brevet de Pilote Militaire on 27 November 1936 and joined the GAO 510 in May 1937.
Wounded on 5 June 1940 aboard Potez 63-11 n°493. The aircraft was pursued by 8 German fighters and had to make a makeshift landing in the countryside. Guy DESBORDES, Pilot, managed to extricate himself from the aircraft, but the Gunner and the Observer were killed during the fight.
Guy DESBORDES was evacuated to Beauvais Hospital, then transferred to Saint-Germain en Laye for a 10-day convalescence.
He then managed to reach his parents' home in the Loir et Cher region, and on 13 September 1940 crossed the demarcation line to join his group in Pau.
Guy DESBORDES had a 27-year career in the French Air Force and became a Colonel.
Born in Crouy sur Cosson (41 - Loir et Cher) on 7 March 1917
Died at Orléans (45 - Loiret) on 11 May 2008
 
DE-SEGUINA-PAZZIS Roger
Lieutenant
GAO I/520
Observer
       
DE SORBIER DE POUGNADORESSE Jean
Lieutenant
GAO 511
Observer
       
DE-STAMPA Pierre
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On May 19, 1940, Potez 63-11 No.580 was shot down by Me109. Sergeant DE-STAMPA is taken prisoner.    
DE-TARLE
Commander
Staff Group
Commander of the Group GR I/55    
DE-THUISY Jean
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO I/589
Observer
       
DETRIE Roger
Lieutenant
Observer
On May 12, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No. 444, was shot down by German Fighters. The crew is taken prisoner.  
DE-VERDILHAC
Lieutenant-Colonel
Commander of Group GR I/14    
DE-VILLANCOURT
Lieutenant
GAO 552
Wounded by accident on May 15, 1940    
DE-VILLEFAIGNE
Lieutenant
           
D'ARNAUD DE-VITROLLES René - Marie
Lieutenant-Colonel
Observer

René D'ARNAUD DE VITROLLES started out as an infantryman and took part in the fighting of the 1st World War. He eventually joined the French Air Force and passed his pilot's licence in 1922. He took part in a record attempt with Coste: Paris - Aswan 3400 kms... On mobilisation, he commanded a Bombardment Group in Marrakech, before taking command of GR I/52.
After the Armistice, he joined the French Interior Forces and became part of the "Alliance" organisation. Arrested by the Germans, he was imprisoned in Lyon, but managed to escape to London and then to General Giraud in Algiers.
After the war, he was in charge of Air Maroc, then the 3 Région Aérienne in Bordeaux, the Ecoles de l'Armée de l'Air in Paris, and finally the 5eme Région Aérienne in Algiers.
He then spent 24 years as mayor of Vitrolles.

On March 16, 1940, the Potez 637 is hit by the flak during a low-altitude mission. The Pilot being wounded, it is the Lieutenant-Colonel DE-VITROLLES who thanks to the double-orders, succeeds to return and to land without encumbrance on his ground.

Born on 1 January 1899 in Marseille (13 - Bouches du Rhône)
Died on 24 September 1993
D'HENNEZEL
Captain
Observer
On May 17, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No645, hit by the Flak, managed to join his airfield, but crashes on landing. Captain D'HENNEZEL who parachuted will be taken prisoner.    
DILLAT
Chief Warrant Officer
GAO I/506
Pilot
Wounded on aerial combat on November 6, 1939    
DISCORS
Captain
GAO 545
   
DODELIER
Captain
GAO 586
Squadron Commander
Commander of the Squadron from May 1940, replacing Captain Pénicaud. He will be killed during a mission to Ethiopia September 9, 1940        
DOLEAC René - Julien
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer

Potez 63-11 No.501: June 21, 1940, before the Armistice, the Crew tries the crossing of the Mediterranean, but victim of an oil leak, it must land in Mallorca in Spain. The crew is taken prisoner and the aircraft is restored under the Spanish color.

He was killed in Algeria. He was then Lieutenant-Colonel

Born on 2 August 1916 in Aureilhan (65 - Hautes-Pyérénées)
Killed on 16 October 1956 in Maréchal FOCH (will become Labartache- Algeria)
DOMAGE
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
         
DOMAIN
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 552
Pilot
   
DORIZON
Chief Warrant Officer
           
DORSINFANG Georges
Captain
GAO 515
Pilot
       
DOUCET
Corporal
GAO 552
Machine-Gunner
Wounded on aerial combat on May 18, 1940    
DROITCOURT
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
His aircraft, No. 26 Potez 637, was shot down on November 7, 1939 during an aerial combat against a major Me109 formation. Staff-Sergeant DROITCOURT is seriously injured.    
DRONNEAU Léon - Julien
Commander
Born February 14, 1897  
DROUET Alfred - Ferdinand
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On May 14, 1940, returning from a mission, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No 684 spin and crashes on landing: the crew is killed. Born on 15 December 1911 at Varaves (44 - Loire-Atlantique)
Killed on 14 May 1940 at Vassincourt (55 - Meuse)
DUBIN
Sub-Lieutenant
           
DUBOIS André
Lieutenant
Observer
On May 13, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 n° 393 is badly damaged by Me109 and crashes in the field. Lieutenant DUBOIS is seriously injured.  
DUBOIS Stéphane
GAO 545
Pilot
Patented Pilot March 5, 1937, he is assigned to GAR 525 at St Jean D'Angély before joining the GAO 545    
DUBOIS François - Julien
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
The Potez 63-11 No.203 was shot down by the Flak on May 21, 1940 during a low-altitude mission. The crew is killed. Born on 25 August 1916 at Rumilly (74 - Haute-Savoie)
Killed on 21 May 1940 at Amiens (80 - Somme)
DUBOSCQ
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 518
Pilot
Missing on November 24, 1939    
DUBOSCQ
Captain
GAO 543
   
DUCASSE Georges
Lieutenant
GAO I/520
Pilot
Wounded on aerial combat on October 16, 1939  
 
DUCROCQ René
Chief-Warrant-Officer
Pilot
     
DUCRUIX  
Observer
         
DUDEZERT Roger - Simon
Captain
Observer
Roger DUDEZERT, admitted to the Ecole Spéciale Militaire de Saint-Cyr in 1924, was promoted to lieutenant in 1928. Fluent in Arabic and Berber dialects, he was appointed platoon leader in the Compagnie Saharienne du Hoggar.
The Potez 637 No.54 is attacked on September 30, 1939 by 3 Me109 and crashes into flames. Captain DUDEZERT, unscathed, parachutes.
On May 15, 1940, the Potez 63-11 No.439 is severely hit by the Flak and must land, train back, campaign. The aircraft is destroyed, but the crew is unscathed.
After the war, Roger DUDEZERT was appointed Colonel, and took command of the Colomb-Béchat zone. He was awarded the Légion d'Honneur in 1949.
Faced with developments in Algeria, he retired.
Born January 7, 1906 in Rouen (76 - Seine-Maritime)
Died February 16, 1978, Biarritz (64 - Pyrénées-Atlantiques)
DUFFAUD
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner�
On May 14, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No188 was hit by the Flak. The pilot, managed to land: Sergeant DUFFAUD is unscathed.    
DUFOUR François
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On May 25, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 350 is hit by the Flak and must land in the countryside where he is burned by the crew. Unwilling, the Chief Warrant Officer DUFOUR will be taken prisoner.  
DUGIT-GROS Ernest
Lieutenant
Pilot
Commander 2nd Squadron of GR I/14  
DUGNAT Georges - Benoist
Sergeant
on5/03/1940
on 11/05/1940
on 22/05/1940
Machine-Gunner�
Georges DUGNAT joined the French Air Force on November 10, 1938.
From GAO544, he was transferred to GR II/52 on May 13, 1940, then to the GR II/55 on May 22.
He was killed in February 1945 while serving with Groupe de Bombardement 2/33 "Guyenne".
Born August 25, 1920 in Saint-Dier-d'Auvergne (63 - Puy de Dôme)
Killed February 21, 1945 in Lollbach (Germany)
     
DUMANOIS Emile
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 513
Observer
       
DUMAS Hubert - Marius
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On March 24th, 1940, the Potez 637 No.36 is shot down during a fight opposing it to 4 Me109. The plane crashes to the ground Sergeant DUMAS badly wounded, will die soon after. Born on 25 May 1918 at Raon-l'Etape (88 - Vosges)
Killed on 25 March 1940 at the Saint-Louis Les Bitche Supplementary Hospital (57 - Moselle)
DUMINIL Joseph - Michel
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
On September 23, 1939, his aircraft, the Mureaux 115 No. 41 crashes accidentally: the crew is unscathed Born in Gaillon (27 - Eure) on 16 February 1916
Died in Paris (75) on 10 April 1994
 
DU-PARC Guillaume - Henri
Lieutenant
Observer
On September 27, 1939, the Potez 637 No.4 is shot down by 9 Me109: The crew is killed Born March 4, 1908 in Cognac (16 - Charente)
Killed on September 27, 1939 at tenteling (57 - Moselle)
 
DUPARC
Captain
Staff 2nd Sqn.
   
DUPOND
Commander
GAO 581
   
DUPONT
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO II/506
Observer
Wounded on aerial combat on May 26, 1940    
DUPONT
Lieutenant
on June 1st, 1940
Observer
Joined the Group on June 1, 1940 with Bloch MB174 No.54    
DUPUIS Marcel
Staff-Sergeant
GAO I/520
Pilot
       
DUPUY
Sergeant
GAO I/508
Pilot
Wounded by accident on May 6, 1940    
DURAND
Commander
GAO 516
   
DURAND Robert - Léon
Lieutenant
Observer
On May 19, 1940, Potez 63-11 No.673 was hit by the Flak and crashed into flames. The crew is killed. Born on 11 December 1913 at Les Gras (25 - Doubs)
Killed on 19 May 1940 at Saint Germainmont (08 - Ardennes)
DURET André - Louis
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
Born on 11 July 1914 in
Paris
Died 29 September 2000 at Cayeux-sur-Mer (80 - Somme)
   
DURIEZ Jean - Henri
Lieutenant
Pilot
Born in Séclin (59 - Nord) on 4 January 1907
Died at Faches-Thumesnil (59 - Nord) on 5 July 1984
   
DUTARTRE Eugène - Hector
Lieutenant
Machine-Gunner
On June 5, 1940, Potez 63-11 No. 592 was shot down by 6 Me109. The crew is killed.
Born in Calais on September 10, 1900
Killed on June 05, 1940 at
Thil Manneville (76 - Seine-Maritime)
DUTERTRE Jean - Marius
Lieutenant
Observer
Born in Lyon. He left Saint-cyr in 1932 and joined the infantry before joining the Observation Air Force in 1938. He is assigned to the GR II/33 as a detachment of the Army. Born on 20 March 1913 in Lyon
Died in Lyon on 6 June 1992
   
DU-TERTRE
Lieutenant

Observer

On September 6, 1939, returning from a night mission in bad weather, the Potez 637 No.47 must land in the campaign on the belly and is destroyed.The crew is unscathed.        
DU-TERTRE Jean
Captain
Staff group
Commander of the Group GAO509    
DUVAL
Staff-Sergeant
Machien-Gunner
     
DUVAL
Master-Corporal
GAO 581
Machine-Gunner