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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
EDEL Robert
Captain
Observer
     
EDMOND Guy
Captain
GAO 515
Observer
 
 
ENGWILLER Lucien
Sergeant
GAO II/520
Pilot
Killed by accident on December 22, 1939    
ENSELME
Commander
GAO I/551
   
ESCANE
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
         
ESCOFFIER
Lieutenant
Pilot
On May 19, 1940, the Potez 637 No.10 is attacked by 3 Me109 and, in flames, must land in the countryside. The crew managed to evacuate the aircraft before it exploded. Lieutenant ESCOFFIER is unharmed.    
EVENO
Captain
Crew Chief
On September 26, 1939, Bloch MB131 N � 80 is shot down by 6 Me109. Captain EVENO is unharmed    
FABIA
Captain
GAO II/520
Observer
Wounded and taken prisoner on May 10, 1940    
FAGET
Sergeant
GAO 511
Pilot
   
FAIDHERBE
Sergeant
GR I/14
Pilot
   
FAIDIDE
Commander
GAO II/514
   
FARBOS Pierre
Captain
Pilot
Staff 1st Sqn.  
FARELACCI
Sergeant
on 5/03/1940
on 11/05/1940
on 22/05/1940
Pilot�
Assigned to GAO 544. Transferred to the GR II/52 on May 13, 1940, he then joined the GR II/55 on May 22, 1940.        
FAUGERAS Joseph
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 543
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on June 8, 1940    
FAURE Pierre - Louis
Sergeant
Pilot
Killed on March 17, 1940 in a target shooting exercise: the aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No.590 hit the cable and sink at sea Born in Paris on October 19, 1916
Killed on March 17, 1940 off Port-Saint-Louis-Du-Rhône (13 - Bouches du Rhône)
 
FAURE
Sergeant
Pilot
Confirmed presence in the Group in May and June 1940        
FAVRET
Adjutant
Pilot
         
FAYE Léon
Commander
Observer
Léon FAYE took part in the fighting of the First World War as a gunner. He ended the war as a Second Lieutenant.
It was not until February 1925 that he joined the French Air Force and obtained his observer's licence.
Between 1930 and 1934, he commanded the 3rd, 6th and 37th Aviation Regiments. In 1937, he joined the Ecole Supérieure de Guerre Aérienne, graduating top of his class.
During the French Campaign, he took command of GR I/52 from March to May 1940.
After the Armistice, as an active fighter in the Alliance resistance organisation, he was arrested and deported to Germany in November 1943. In January 1945, he was interned in Sonnenburg prison and was murdered by the Germans as Soviet troops approached.

May 7, 1940, Bloch MB174 No.40 crashes shortly after takeoff. The aircraft is destroyed, but the crew is unharmed, Commander FAYE being slightly injured.

Born on 10 June 1899 in Vergt (24 - Dordogne)
Killed on 30 January 1945 in Sonnenburg (Germany)
 
FAYET Georges
Commander
Chief of board
 
FELIX Raymond - Antoine
Lieutenant
Pilot
On January 10, 1940, POTE 63-11 No.184 and shot down by 4 BF109. The crew is killed. Born on 20 May 1912 in Nantes (44 - Loire-Atlantique)
Killed on 10 January 1940 at Feldkirch (68 - Haut-Rhin)
 
FERAN
Captain
GAO 513
Pilot
   
FESNEAU
Commander
GAO 515
   
FEVRE
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
The Potez 63-11 No.173, damaged by the Flak during his mission May 14, 1940, crashed on landing on his land. Staff Sergeant FEVRE, wounded, will be taken prisoner a few weeks later.    
FEVRIER Jules - Henri
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
On April 20, 1940, his aircraft, the Bloch MB174 No.31 is shot down by German Fighters. The crew is killed Born in Carpentras (84 - Vaucluse) on 16 April 1901
Killed on 20 April 1940 at Turquestein Blancrupt (57 - Moselle)
FICHET Léon
Chief-Warrant-Officer
Pilot
Born in June 1902 in Bantanges (71 - Saône et Loire)
Died in Créteil (94 - Val de Marne) on 6 October 1989
   
FILLIATRE
Staff-Sergeant
GR I/35
   
FION Pierre Jules
Captain
Observer

Commander 2nd Squadron of GR I/14

Killed on 9 September 1939 aboard Bloch MB131 No92, shot down during an aerial combat with two ME109s.

Born February 20, 1912 in Nonsard (55 - Meuse)
Killed on September 9, 1939 at Neukirchen (57 - Moselle)
 
FLECK Maurice Louis
Captain
Staff 1st Sqn.
 
FLOTARD Jacques
Captain
Observer
Born on 22 December 1909
Died in June 1965
   
FOLLOROUX Hervé
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On September 26, 1939, Bloch MB131 N � 80 is shot down by 6 Me109. Second Lieutenant FOLLOROUX is killed Born on 13 February 1915 in Plouigneau (29 - Finistère)
Killed on 26 September 1939 at Waldkirch (Germany)
FONTAINE Jean
Chief-Warrant-Officer
Pilot
     
FONVIELLE Maurice
Adjutant
GAO 517
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 4, 1940  
 
FOUCHE Georges
Captain
Pilot
Commander of the 3rd Squ. Born on 18 July 1892  
FOURNEL
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On August 18, 1938, he lost his way aboard the Potez 390 No. 53 and the aircraft was hilly during a landing on the beach of Saint-Laurent-Sur-Mer. the aircraft will be repaired.        
FOURNIER Léon Etienne
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On June 14, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No604, engaged with 8 Me109 was shot down in flames. Sub-Lieutenant FOURNIER is killed. Born August 10, 1917 in Toulon (83 - Var)
Killed June 14, 1940 at Buchères (10 - Aube)
FOURQUET Michel
Lieutenant
Pilot
Michel FOURQUET chose a career in the French Air Force after graduating from the Ecole Polytechnique.
During the French Campaign, he commanded the 2nd Escadrille of GR I/52. He left the Armistice Army in January 1941.
He then joined the "Alliance" movement for a time before moving to London, where he became second-in-command of the FAFL, then Commander of the "Lorraine" Group under the pseudonym "Gorri".
After the war, he continued his career in the French Air Force, and was appointed to President Charles de Gaulle's General Staff. He refused to take part in the General putsch in Algiers in April 1961.
Appointed Air Corps General, he held a number of senior positions before becoming Chief of Staff of the French Army in April 1968, replacing General Charles Ailleret who was killed in a plane crash. Michel FOURQUET left active service in September 1971 with the rank of Air Force General.
Born on 9 June 1914 in Brussels
Died in Neuilly sur Seine on 20 November 1992.
FRANCIN
Captain
GAO II/520
Pilot
Wounded and taken prisoner on May 10, 1940    
FRANCOIS
Sergeant
GAO 543
Radio
         
FRANCOIS Henri
Colonel
       
FRANCOU Jacques
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 515
Pilot
       
FRANTZ Robert
Lieutenant
GAO 518
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 21, 1940    
FRAYSSINES
Sergeant
Pilot
On June 19, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No196 is victim of an accident following a spin: Sergeant FRAYSSINES parachute jump, and landed unscathed. Confirmed presence in the Group from May 1940 to July 1941.    
FREBILLOT Pierre
Captain
Observer
On September 9, 1939, his aircraft, a Bloch MB131, badly damaged during an air combat with 6 ME109 manages to join his land, but crashes on landing: Captain FREBILLOT is unharmed Born September 20, 1909 in Cirey sur Baise (52 - Haute-Marne)
Killed in deportation on April 24, 1945 in Ludwiglust (Germany)
FRISOU Léo
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On June 10, 1940, Potez 63-11 No50 was seriously damaged by the Flak, but managed to reach his land. The crew is unharmed, but the aircraft is destroyed.  
FUHRER
Sergeant
Pilot
On October 30, 1939, during a night reconnaissance mission, his aircraft, a Potez 63-11, hit by enemy fire, must land in open country but ended his race in a pylon: the crew is unscathed    
FULCRAND Jean - Kléber
Lieutenant
Observer
- On 19 May 1940, Bloch MB174 No. 8 was shot down by German fighters and crashed to the ground, killing the crew. Born on 5 February 1913 at Montbazin (34 - Hérault)
Killed on 19 May 1940 at Vaudesincourt (51 - Marne)
 
GABRIEL
Captain
Observer
Observer Officer detached to the Group on September 9, 1940        
GABRY Roger - Jules
Captain
Pilot
Assigned to the CIR of Rennes from 9 September 1939 to 7 June 1940, he joined the GR I/52 on 11 June 1940 as Deputy Commander of the Group.
When the Group was dissolved at the end of 1942, he joined the GR I/22.
He was killed by accident in July 1943 in Morocco during a test of a Douglas DB7
Born 23 June 1911 in Bougemont (25 - Doubs)
Died on 10 July 1943 at Khemisset, Morocco)
     
GADOFFRE
Sergeant
GAO 518
Observer
Porté disparu le November 24, 1939    
GAILLARD
Sub-Lieutenant
 
   
GALLAND Raymond
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
     
GALLAVARDIN Pierre Emmanuel
Lieutenant
Observer
He was killed on 4 August 1940 by a German officer. Born in Lyon (69 - Rhône) on 23 April 1915
Killed on 4 August 1940 at Redding (57 - Moselle)
 
GALY Albert - Julien
Lieutenant
Observer
Observer Officer detached to the Group on September 9, 1940
On May 25, 1940, the Potez 63-11 No.265 was shot down by the Flak and crashed to the ground. The crew is killed.
Born on 25 October 1910 at Sommières (30 - Gard)
Died at Abbeville (80 - Somme) on 25 May 1940
GARDEN
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 543
Pilot
   
GARDES André - Marcel  
Machine-Gunner

A keen aviation enthusiast, André Gardes obtained his tourist pilot's licence at the age of eighteen and did his military service as a machine gunner with the 33rd Air Wing, then based at Essey-lès-Nancy. But in a mid-air accident, he had to evacuate his aircraft by parachute and was injured on landing. This injury prevented him from fulfilling his dream of becoming a Reserve Military Pilot....
On mobilisation in 1939, André GARDES was posted to GAO 504, still as a machine-gunner, and was awarded the Croix de Guerre. After the Armistice, he found himself in Algiers where he met up with a fellow soldier from GAO 504, Georges AGOUTIN. André GARDES returned to France in September 1940 and worked at the Lioré-Olivier shipyards in Loiret. He was then recruited by Georges AGOUTIN in the spring of 1941, to join the Forces Françaises de l'Intérieur. In his new role as supply controller at SNCASE-URP (Société nationale de construction aéronautique du Sud-Est, a factory in the Paris region), he was able to provide information on troop movements and the transport of military equipment. He also liaised with other Resistance fighters.
On 17 May 1942, he was arrested in the street for "espionage", as he was taking a report on German artillery to Georges AGOUTIN. Georges AGOUTIN had also just been arrested on a tip-off. They were both imprisoned in the same cell at Fresnes prison. André Gardes was brought before the German military tribunal in Paris on 20 January 1943: he was sentenced to death along with Georges AOUTIN; the others were deported and died in the camps.
André Gardes learned of the rejection of his appeal for clemency on 30 April, which he recalled in his last letter: "My poor darling, I have received the terrible news. This is my last letter to you. It's all over, the sentence has been confirmed, it's about 10 o'clock, and I'm to be shot at 3 o'clock. So I have very little time left to live. First of all, I beg you to be strong, my beloved. For my part, I want to remain brave right up to the last minute. My last thought will be for you and our two little ones. Forgive me for making you suffer so much, you who have made me so happy. You know what my ideals have always been. May God protect you... I'm going to try to die as a Christian, I who find myself on the threshold of a great mystery, I have no faith left in anything but God. Help our little ones to become men, real men, real Frenchmen. They have no right to despair of the future. I'm counting on you to bring this great task to a successful conclusion. For my part, I offer my suffering to save you and our children from further hardship. Pray for me. From the infinity to which I will go, happy or not, my soul will think only of you and our dear children. May God be merciful to my sacrifice, I who would so much have liked to die in the middle of a battlefield. May He protect our Fatherland and save it. Farewell to you. Farewell to our little ones. Farewell to our beautiful country of France, André.
P.S. - I've just been to confession and received communion, so I'll be able to leave feeling stronger and more confident.
A German firing squad shot him along with Georges AGOUTIN on 30 April 1943. André Gardes was shot at 4.04pm at the Ministry of Air shooting range on Place Balard. His body was buried in the carré des corps restitués, in the Ivry-sur-Seine cemetery.
He was declared "Dead for France", and his name appears on the memorial to SNCASE-URP personnel on the Eurocopter site at La Courneuve (Seine-Saint-Denis). His name can also be read on the commemorative plaque in the Avenue du Pont-de-Sèvres (Paris, 15th arrondissement), in tribute to those shot at the shooting range: the plaque at the Ministry of Defence in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.
. Lastly, he is inscribed on the Special Services memorial in Ramatuelle (Var).
For his actions in the Resistance, he was awarded a vermeil star in addition to the Croix de Guerre he had already won in Flanders in 1940.

Source : "Le Maitron" - https://fusilles-40-44.maitron.fr/spip.php?article169707

Born in Paris (75) on 4 February 1914
Killed on 30 April 1943 at Paris (75)
     
GARDEUR Albert
Captain
Observer
Albert GARDEUR, a brilliant student at the Saint-Cyr Military School, spent the first part of his career in the infantry, first posted to Germany and then to Morocco in a regiment of Algerian riflemen, where he joined the Geographic Service before becoming an Air Observer, still in Morocco.
In 1936, he returned to France, in the infantry, but was seconded as an Air Observer to GAO 501 in September 1939.
On 25 May 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No. 350, was hit by Flak and had to land in the field, where it was set on fire by the crew. Captain GARDEUR was wounded and taken prisoner.
He remained in captivity until April 1945.

In December 1945, he was transferred to the Armée de l'Air and returned to Algeria, where he held various positions. He was commended for his outstanding work, particularly in his position as Commissaire Général de la Région Aérienne. He returned to France in 1960 and was appointed Inspector General of the Air Commissariat, a post he held until his departure in 1962.

But his career did not end there: during his captivity, he took his law degree, and subsequently obtained two post-graduate degrees in law while stationed in Algeria. He submitted a thesis on Air Law and was awarded the title of Doctor of Law in 1962. After leaving the Air Force, he taught at Kabul University for several years. When he returned to France, he continued to teach while maintaining contact with Air Force personnel.

He died of a heart attack in May 1979.

Born in Maubeuge (59 - Nord) on 19 September 1904
Died in Paris (75) on 15 May 1979
GAULMIN
Sergeant
on June 1st, 1940
Joined the Group on June 1, 1940 with Bloch MB174 No.54    
GAUTHIER
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On June 1, 1940, the Potez 63-11 No.320 is shot down by the Flak and must land in the countryside. Sergeant GAUTHIER, unscathed, is taken prisoner    
GAUTRON Jean
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 581
Pilot
Wounded and taken prisoner on June 14, 1940    
GAUZE
Sergeant
GAO 515
Machine-Gunner
   
GAVOILLE René - Robert
Lieutenant
Pilot
On May 13th, 1940, after having shot down a Henshel 126, the Potez 637 No2 was destroyed during an aerial combat opposing it to 9 Me109. The crew is unscathed. Born on 24 July 1911 in Adelans-et-le-val-de-Bithaine (71 - Haute-Saône)
Died at Franchevelle (71 - Haute-Saône) on 13 July 1993
GELAS Etienne - Joseph
Lieutenant
Observer
Assigned to the GR I/35 on June 23, 1940 from a GAO Born 17 May 1913, Saint-Etienne (42 - Loire)
Died at Mougins (06 - Alpes-Maritimes) on 10 October 2001
     
GELEE Max - Paul
Captain
Joined the Air Force in 1927, he is a former student of Polytechnique and graduated from the War School. Born on 1 August 1904 in Mont-Saint-Aignan (76 - Seine-Maritime)
Died in Paris on 19 January 1977
 
GENAY Claude - François
Lieutenant
Observer

On September 29, 1939, his aircraft, the Potez 540 No.160, was accidentally destroyed on landing when returning from a night mission. Lieutenant GENAY is injured.

Lieutenant Claude GENAY was killed during a bombardment on 13 October 1944.

Killed on 13 October 1944
GENESTE Valmy - Jean
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On May 24, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No607 was shot down by the Flak. The crew is killed. Born on 20 July 1920 in Bordeaux (33 - Gironde)
Killed on 24 May 1940 at Les Attaques (62 - Pas De Calais)
GENEVOIX
Commander
GAO II/508
   
GENSON Pierre - Louis       Born on 25 August 1917      
GENTY
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On September 25, 1939, Potez 637 No.31 was hit by the Flak, before being attacked by 6 Me109. The Aircraft crashes into flames. The three crew members are injured    
GEOFFROY Ernest - Guy
Lieutenant
Observer
Killed aboard Potez 637 No3, shot down during an air fight against 6 Me109 on November 5, 1939. Born on 22 June 1901 in Mesnil Esnard (76 - Seine Maritime)
Killed on 5 November 1939 in Germany
GEORGEON
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilote
     
GEORGES
Lieutenant
GAO 512
Pilot
   
GEORGES Charles
Chief Warrant Officer
GAO 553
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on September 28, 1939    
GERMAIN Jean - Paul
Lieutenant
Observer
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 19 December 1914 at Saulxures sur Moselotte (88 - Vosges)
Killed on 21 May 1940 at Amiens (80 - Somme)
GERMETTE Bernard - joseph
Lieutenant
Pilot
On June 4, 1940, his aircraft, Bloch MB 174 No. 17, took off and crashed to the ground: The crew was killed. Born in Paris on 25 January 1914
Killed on 3 June 1940 at Damparis (39 - Jura)
GESSIAUME Jean
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 511
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 13, 1940    
GILBERTAS
Adjutant
GAO 516
Machine-Gunner
Wounded in aerial combat on May 22, 1940    
GILBERTRAS
Lieutenant
GAO 513
Observer
   
GINESTET Marcel - Pierre
Commander
Commander of Group
Marcel GINESTET was appointed Captain in March 1930 while serving with the 12th Aviation Regiment. Born in Montpellier (34 - Hérault) on 10 July 1897
Died at Poisvilliers (28 - Eure) on 27 November 1982
 
GIRARD André
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On June 16, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 415, hit by the Flak, landed in the countryside. Unwarmed, the crew fire the aircraft before attempting to join his group, but will be taken prisoner 3 days later    
GIRARD Marius
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On September 26, 1939, Bloch MB131 N � 80 is shot down by 6 Me109. Chief Warrant Officer GIRARD is unharmed.  
GIRARD Max
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
     
GIRARD Louis
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
Killed on June 13, 1940 aboard Potez 63-11 No.384 shot down by 6 Me109.  
GIRIER André
Captain
Commander of the 2nd Squadron of the GR I/55    
GIRON André - Louis
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
On June 5, 1940, Potez 63-11 No. 592 was shot down by 6 Me109. The crew is killed. Born April 09, 1917 in Saint Maurice (75 - Paris)
Killed on June 05, 1940 at
Thil Manneville (76 - Seine-Maritime)
GIROUD Pierre
Adjutant
GAO 581
Machine-Gunner
Wounded and taken prisoner on June 14, 1940    
GOAILLE Roger
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
Born on 7 June 1916 in Bordeaux (33 - Gironde)
Died at Pau (64 - Pyrénées-Atlantiques) on 3 October 2004
   
GOETZ Jérome
Sergeant
GAO I/506
Machine-Gunner�
Killed in aerial combat on May 27, 1940    
GOMBEAUD Jean
Captain
Observer
Graduated from Saint-Cyr, he was an observer at the 37th Aviation Regiment from November 1931 to September 1933. He was assigned to the GAO 502 on 28th August 1939.

On October 3, 1939, his aircraft, the Mureaux 115 No. 39 crashed accidentally: the crew was unscathed.

After the war, he continued his career, becoming a General and holding the position of General Officer in the Reserve Cadre and International Civil Servant at the Western European Union.

Born in Bilières (Basse Pyrénées) on 29 June 1907
Died in Paris (75) on 1 January 1980
 
GONZALES-LUCAS Fernand
Lieutenant
GAO 543
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 9, 1940    
GOSSARD
Lieutenant
GAO II/506
Observer
   
GOURDIN-SAVERNIERE
Sergeant
GAO 511
Pilot
   
GOURDON René
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On May 16, 1940 his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No. 375 was shot down by the Flak. Unwilling, he manages to parachute himself.  
GOURILLON Alphonse - Charles
Commander
Commander of Group
Born September 9, 1895, Saint-Gervais en Vallière ( 71 - Saône et Loire)
Died January 11, 1978, Chalon-sur-Saône ( 71 - Saône et Loire)
GOUSSAULT
Lieutenant
Observer
Artillery Lieutenant detached to the GAO III/551        
GOUZIAN Georges - Auguste
Lieutenant
Observer
  Born in Toulon (83 - Var) on 16 September 1914
Died at Toulon on 26 May 1999
   
GOY
Master-Corporal
Machine-Gunner
         
GRAILLOT
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
         
GRANCHER Auguste
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
On May 27, 1940, Potez 63-11 No. 679 was seriously hit by the Flak and crashed. The crew is unscathed, manages to leave the aircraft before its explosion. Born on 18 July 1913
Died 30 August 1957
GRAND Marie
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
- Le 19 Mai 1940, le Bloch MB174 No 8 est abattu par la chasse Allemande et s'écrase au sol.L'équipage est tué. Born on 29 March 1907 at Longuyon (54 - Meurthe et Moselle)
Killed on 19 May 1940 at Vaudesincourt (51 - Marne)
 
GRANIER
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
The Potez 63-11 No.355 is damaged by the Flak on June 13, 1940, but he can join his field. Staff-Sergeant GRANIER is injured.    
GRES Pierre
Adjutant
Machine-Gunner
On May 12, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 No. 444, was shot down by German Fighters. The crew is taken prisoner.  
GRIVEL
Adjutant
GAO I/520
Pilot
Wounded by accident on April 21, 1940    
GROYSILLIER François
Captain
Commander of the 4th Squ.

Received the war cross on June 6, 1940..

François GROYSILLIER ended his career as General of the Air Brigade, Commander of the Air Force Schools. He retired from active service in January 1964.

Born January 27, 1909
Died January 22, 1973
 
GRUNINGRE Henri
Lieutenant
GAO 582
Observer
Killed by accident on June 3, 1940    
GUARNERI Jean
Chief Warrant Officer
Observer
Killed on June 21st, 1940 while trying to join the Group in Oran aboard a LeO 451 borrowed on the ground of Salon: After three attempts, the Aircraft ends up taking off but crushes on the ground: the crew is killed. Born December 22, 1901 in Tunis
Killed on June 21, 1940 at Salon de Provence (13 - Bouches du Rhône)
GUEDET François
Chief-Warrant Oficer
GAO 586
Pilot
Killed on May 8, 1940 by accident aboard Potez 630 No. 43. François Guedet had nearly 3920 Hres of flight including 123 of War flights. He had participated before the war in many speeding raids and 2 air cruises in North Africa.        
GUELLEC Louis
Master-Corporal
GAO 515
Machine-Gunner
 
 
GUERIN Jean
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
His aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 716 was shot down by the German fighters on June 14, 1940. The crew, unscathed, was taken prisoner.  
GUERIN André
Adjutant
Pilot
His aircraft, the Potez 637 No5 is attacked by Me109 on October 31, 1939, he managed to regain his land.Staff-Sergeant GUERIN is unscathed.
�His aircraft, Potez 637 No49 was shot down by the Flak on May 22, 1940. The crew, unharmed, is taken prisoner.
Born 7 April 1913, Marseille (13 - Bouches du Rhône)
Died at Pau (64 - Pyrénées-Atlantiques) on 7 February 1963
GUESNEL André - Charles
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
On 16 May 1940, Potez 63-11 n°619 was shot down by 3 Me109s. Staff Sergeant GUESNEL was unhurt.
On 27 May 1940, Potez 63-11 n°623, damaged by flak, was finally shot down by 7 Me109s. Sergeant-Chef GUESNEL, unhurt, parachuted out.
Killed on 8 June 1940 aboard Potez 63-11 n°494, shot down by flak.
André GUENEL was therefore shot down three times in less than a month... Unfortunately, the last battle was fatal.
Born on 30 March 1913 in Rennes (35 - Ille et Vilaine)
Killed on 8 June 1940 at Saumont La Poterie (76 - Seine-Maritime)
GUILBERT
Sergeant
GAO I/551
Pilot
   
GUILLAUME
Captain
Observer
On October 30, 1939, his aircraft, the Potez 637 No6, was destroyed on landing on the return from a mission. Captain GUILLAUME is unharmed.    
GUILLAUME
Captain
Commander of the 3rd Squadron of the Group GR II/55    
GUILLERME Henri - Emile
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
On June 5, 1940, Potez 63-11 No. 592 was shot down by 6 Me109. The crew is killed. Born September 17, 1916 at Saint-Nazaire (44 - Loire-Atlantique)
Killed on June 05, 1940 at Thyl (73 - Savoie)
GUILLOCHON
Lieutenant
Commander of the 2nd Squadron GR I/52    
GUILLOT
Sergeant
Pilot
He was sent for training in the winter of '39 and only returned on June 10, 1940, unable to take part in the fighting.        
GUILLOUX Maurice
Sergeant
GAO I/508
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 26, 1940    
GUITTON Georges - Charles
Captain
Observer
     
GUYOT
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot