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Potez 63-11
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X-977
Prototype N°1 of version 63-11.  
Potez 63-11
02
X-978
Prototype N°2 of version 63-11. Assigned to GR I/35: destroyed on February 24, 1940. it crashes to the ground during a low-altitude convoy. His crew is injured: Sergeant ARIS (Pilot) and TOMASI (Radio) and Lieutenant SCHAUFELBERGER (Observer)  
Potez 63-11
03
X-979
Prtotype N°3 of version 63-11.  
Potez 63-11
1
J-804
 
Potez 63-11
2
J-805
 
Potez 63-11
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J-806
 
Potez 63-11
4
J-807
This Aircraft is captured by the Germans on the Bordeaux ground.  
Potez 63-11
5
J-808
 
Potez 63-11
6
J-809
 
Potez 63-11
7
J-810
 
Potez 63-11
8
J-811
 
Potez 63-11
9
J-812
 
Potez 63-11
10
J-813
 
Potez 63-11
11
J-814
 
Potez 63-11
12
J-815
Assigned to GR II/22, 2nd Squadron. Aircraft present in Montpellier-Fréjorgues early 1942.  
Potez 63-11
13
J-816
 
Potez 63-11
14
J-817
 
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J-818
 
Potez 63-11
16
J-819
 
Potez 63-11
17
J-820
 
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18
J-821
 
Potez 63-11
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J-822
 
Potez 63-11
20
J-823
 
Potez 63-11
21
J-824
 
Potez 63-11
22
J-825
Assigned to GR I/22: Destroyed on landing following an air combat on March 11, 1940. Lieutenant MEITRET (Pilot) is injured. Lieutenant PARMENTIER (Observer) and Master Corporal HILT (Gunner) are unharmed  
Potez 63-11
23
J-826
 
Potez 63-11
24
J-827
 
Potez 63-11
25
J-828
 
Potez 63-11
26
J-829
 
Potez 63-11
27
J-830
 
Potez 63-11
28
J-831
 
Potez 63-11
29
J-832
Assigned to GR I/35. He left the Group on May 4, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
30
J-833
 
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
32
J-835
 
Potez 63-11
33
J-836
 
Potez 63-11
34
J-837
Assigned to GAO II/551. Wrecked on March 24, 1940,  
Potez 63-11
35
J-838
 
Potez 63-11
36
J-839
 
Potez 63-11
37
J-840
 
Potez 63-11
38
J-841
 
Potez 63-11
39
J-842
 
Potez 63-11
40
J-843
 
Potez 63-11
41
J-844
 
Potez 63-11
42
J-845
 
Potez 63-11
43
J-846
Assigned to GR I/35 2nd Sqn in October 1939. The aircraft left the Group on May 6, 1940 to be transferred to a GAO. He will find the GR I/35 in AFN June 23, 1940. Destroyed on landing on July 17, 1940: it hits a D520.  
Potez 63-11
44
J-847
 
Potez 63-11
45
J-848
 
Potez 63-11
46
J-849
Assigned to GR I/36, 1st Squadron. Wear the inscription "Adj. MAURIL" under the windshield. Present in Sétif (Algeria) late 1940.  
Potez 63-11
47
J-850
 
Potez 63-11
48
J-851
Assigned to GR II/33  
Potez 63-11
49
J-852
Assigned to GR I/35 2nd Sqn in October 1939. He is transported to Metz on May 6th, 1940.  
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
51
J-854
 
Potez 63-11
52
J-855
 
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
54
J-857
 
Potez 63-11
55
J-858
 
Potez 63-11
56
J-859
 
Potez 63-11
57
J-860
Assigned to GR I/35. This Aircraft is one of the first to be delivered to the Group. He is equipped with wooden propellers to his delivery ... The Aircraft will be damaged by accident on March 3, 1940: his pilot, Sub-Lieutenant RENARD is unscathed. The Aircraft is donated on May 2, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
58
 
Potez 63-11
59
 
Potez 63-11
60
 
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61
 
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62
 
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63
 
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64
 
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65
 
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66
 
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67
 
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68
 
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69
 
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70
 
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71
 
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72
 
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73
 
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74
 
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75
 
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76
 
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77
 
Potez 63-11
78
 
Potez 63-11
79
 
Potez 63-11
80
Assigned to the GR I/36: Touched by the Flak on May 12, 1940, he lands in the field: Sub-Lieutenant MARCUSSE (Observer) and Adjutant HAURE (Pilot) are killed. Sergeant CAUQUILL (Gunner) is unharmed  
Potez 63-11
81
 
Potez 63-11
82
 
Potez 63-11
83
 
Potez 63-11
84
 
Potez 63-11
85
 
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86
 
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87
 
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88
 
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89
 
Potez 63-11
90
 
Potez 63-11
91
 
Potez 63-11
92
 
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93
 
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94
 
Potez 63-11
95
 
Potez 63-11
96
 
Potez 63-11
97
 
Potez 63-11
98
 
Potez 63-11
99
 
Potez 63-11
100
 
Potez 63-11
101
 
Potez 63-11
102
 
Potez 63-11
103
 
Potez 63-11
104
 
Potez 63-11
105
 
Potez 63-11
106
 
Potez 63-11
107
 
Potez 63-11
108
 
Potez 63-11
109
 
Potez 63-11
110
 
Potez 63-11
111
 
Potez 63-11
112
 
Potez 63-11
113
 
Potez 63-11
114
 
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115
 
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116
 
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117
 
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118
 
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119
 
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120
 
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121
 
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122
 
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123
 
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124
 
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125
 
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126
 
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127
 
Potez 63-11
128
 
Potez 63-11
129
 
Potez 63-11
130
 
Potez 63-11
131
 
Potez 63-11
132
J-957
Affected at the DIAP of Lyon-Bron in March 1940.  
Potez 63-11
133
J-958
 
Potez 63-11
134
J-959
 
Potez 63-11
135
J-960
 
Potez 63-11
136
J-961
 
Potez 63-11
137
J-962
 
Potez 63-11
138
J-963
Affected at the DIAP of Lyon-Bron in March 1940.  
Potez 63-11
139
J-964
 
Potez 63-11
140
J-965
 
Potez 63-11
141
J-966
 
Potez 63-11
142
J-967
 
Potez 63-11
143
J-968
 
Potez 63-11
144
J-969
 
Potez 63-11
145
J-970
 
Potez 63-11
146
C-645
 
Potez 63-11
147
C-646
 
Potez 63-11
148
C-647
Assigned to GR I/33. Accidented on January 26, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
149
C-648
 
Potez 63-11
150
C-649
 
Potez 63-11
151
C-650
Assigned to GR I/36: Destroyed May 17, 1940, following an aerial combat with ME110.  
Potez 63-11
152
C-651
 
Potez 63-11
153
C-652
 
Potez 63-11
154
C-653
 
Potez 63-11
155
C-654
 
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
157
C-656
 
Potez 63-11
158
C-657
 
Potez 63-11
159
C-658
 
Potez 63-11
160
C-659
 
Potez 63-11
161
C-660
Assigned to GR I/36: Destroyed in air combat on June 6, 1940. The crew is killed: Captain CHASTENET (Observer), Adjutant MAYENCON (Pilot) and Sergeant Robert JOST (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
162
C-661
 
Potez 63-11
163
C-662
Assigned to GR II/52. Destroyed on landing on May 11, 1940 after an air fight: Staff-Sergeant MILLET (gunner) and Sub-Lieutenant COLIN (Observer) are wounded. The pilot, Staff-Sergeant MARTIN is unscathed  
Potez 63-11
164
C-663
 
Potez 63-11
165
C-664
 
Potez 63-11
166
C-665
 
Potez 63-11
167
C-666
 
Potez 63-11
168
C-667
 
Potez 63-11
169
C-668
 
Potez 63-11
170
C-669
 
Potez 63-11
171
C-670
 
Potez 63-11
172
C-671
 
Potez 63-11
173
C-672
Assigned to GR I/36: damaged by the Flak on May 14, 1940, he crashed on landing. Captain LOUCHARD (Pilot) and Lieutenant PIERRAT (Observer) are killed. Staff-Sergeant FEVRE (gunner), wounded, will be taken prisoner a few days later  
Potez 63-11
174
C-673
 
Potez 63-11
175
C-674
 
Potez 63-11
176
C-675
 
Potez 63-11
177
C-676
Assigned to GAO 553. Destroyed by German fighters on May 25, 1940. Lieutenant KAH (Observer) is killed. Chief Warrant Officer JOUANDEAU (Pilot) and Sergeant VERCINGER (Gunner) are injured.  
Potez 63-11
178
C-677
Assigned to GR I/33. Crash when returning from a mission on March 4, 1940: the crew is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
179
C-678
 
Potez 63-11
180
C-679
Assigned to GR I/14: Destroyed in air combat on May 12, 1940. The crew is unharmed  
Potez 63-11
181
C-680
Assigned to GR I/33. Accidented on April 20, 1940: the aircraft takes a wooden horse landing.  
Potez 63-11
182
C-681
 
Potez 63-11
183
C-682
 
Potez 63-11
184
C-683
Assigned to GR II/55: Shot in air combat on January 10, 1940 by 4 BF109. The crew was killed : Lieutenants BOULARD (Observer) and FELIX (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant CHANCRIN (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
185
C-684
 
Potez 63-11
186
C-685
 
Potez 63-11
187
C-686
Assigned to GR II/14: Destroyed following an air combart on June 24, 1940. Sergeant MARTIN (gunner) is wounded.  
Potez 63-11
188
C-687
Assigned to GR I/14. Hit by Flak on May 14, 1940. Pilot, Sergeant ROUCH lands, but Lieutenant KERVELLA (Observer) is killed. The gunner, Sergeant DUFFAUD is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
189
C-688
 
Potez 63-11
190
C-689
Assigned to GR I/14  
Potez 63-11
191
C-690
 
Potez 63-11
192
C-691
Assigned to GR I/14. Hit by the Flak on May 15, 1940. The pilot managed to land in a field: Sergeant CASTRES (Pilot) and Lieutenant DELAUNAY (Observer) were wounded. The latter will be taken prisoner during the German advance. Sergeant BERNET (Gunner) managed to parachute.  
Potez 63-11
193
C-692
Aircraft seized by the Italians in January 1943, after the invasion of the free zone.  
Potez 63-11
194
C-693
 
Potez 63-11
195
C-694
 
Potez 63-11
196
C-695
Assigned to GR II/14: Destroyed by accident on June 19, 1940. The crew skydives, but that of Sergeant COULOMNIER does not open: he crashes to the ground.  
Potez 63-11
197
C-696
Assigned to the GR II/55: Shot by the Flak on June 19, 1940: the crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant CHAUDEL (Observer), Sergeant CHANTELOU (Pilot) and Master Corporal VASSEUR (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
198
C-697
Assigned to GR II/55: Severely damaged by the Flak on June 9, 1940, he crashed on landing: Lieutenant ROUPAIN (Observer) and Sergeant ANDRE (Gunner) were wounded. The pilot, Sergeant LEFEVRE is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
199
C-698
 
Potez 63-11
200
C-699
Assigned to GAO 544. Destroyed in air combat on May 19, 1940. The fate of the crew is unknown  
Potez 63-11
201
C-700
 
Potez 63-11
202
C-701
Assigned to GR I/36: Severely damaged by the Flak on May 10, 1940. His pilot, Lieutenant COUDERC managed to put it down, but Captain LARMIER, observer, was ejected from the aircraft in full flight, parachuted and made prisoner on the ground  
Potez 63-11
203
C-702
Assigned to the GR II/55: Destroyed by the Flak on May 21, 1940. The crew is killed: Lieutenant GERMAIN (Observer), Staff-Sergeant DUBOIS (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant PIERRE (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
204
C-703
 
Potez 63-11
205
C-704
Assigned to GR I/14. Destroyed on landing on June 13, 1940 after an air fight. Adjutant PRUAL (Gunner) is seriously injured.  
Potez 63-11
206
C-705
 
Potez 63-11
207
C-706
 
Potez 63-11
208
C-707
 
Potez 63-11
209
C-708
 
Potez 63-11
210
C-709
 
Potez 63-11
211
C-710
 
Potez 63-11
212
C-711
 
Potez 63-11
213
C-712
 
Potez 63-11
214
C-713
 
Potez 63-11
215
C-714
 
Potez 63-11
216
C-715
Assigned to GR II/22. Shot down by German fighters on June 5, 1940. Captain DEMIMUID (Observer) and Sergeant-Major QUENOLLE (Pilot) are wounded, the latter seriously. Staff-Sergeant BLANCHARD (Gunner) is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
217
C-716
Assigned to GR II/55, Accidented on March 9, 1940,  
Potez 63-11
218
C-717
 
Potez 63-11
219
C-718
Assigned to GR II/22. Touched 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. - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 from May 1940 to February 1941.  
Potez 63-11
221
C-720
 
Potez 63-11
222
C-721
Aircraft of unknown unity, visible in 1941.  
Potez 63-11
223
C-722
Assigned to the GAO 502. Damaged in aerial combat, it is destroyed at the landing on May 15th, 1940. The crew is unharmed  
Potez 63-11
224
C-723
Assigned to the GAO 502. Destroyed during a German bombardment of the airfield of Tournes-Belval on May 11, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
225
C-724
 
Potez 63-11
226
C-725
Assigned to GAO 552: Destroyed on May 18, 1940 following an air fight: Corporal DOUCET (Gunner) is wounded, Sub Lieutenant RIBEREAU-GAYON (Observer) and Lieutenant VERSINI (Pilot) are unharmed.  
Potez 63-11
227
C-726
Assigned to the GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn in October 1939. Seriously damaged on May 17th, 1940 by accident: he lands on his way back. It will not be repaired and will be abandoned on the ground  
Potez 63-11
228
C-727
 
Potez 63-11
229
C-728
Assigned to GAO 546. Severely damaged by the Flak on May 25, 1940. His pilot poses him in the field. The crew is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
230
C-729
 
Potez 63-11
231
C-730
Assigned to GAM 555 (Mixed Air Group). Present at Ivato-Tananarive (Madagscar) early 1942. This aircraft was destroyed by a British attack during a bombing against Madagascar on May 6, 1942  
Potez 63-11
232
C-731
 
Potez 63-11
233
C-732
Assigned to the GAO 502. Destroyed during a German bombardment of the terrain of Tournes-Belval on May 11, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
234
C-733
 
Potez 63-11
235
C-734
 
Potez 63-11
236
C-735
 
Potez 63-11
237
C-736
 
Potez 63-11
238
C-737
 
Potez 63-11
239
C-738
 
Potez 63-11
240
C-739
 
Potez 63-11
241
C-740
Assigned to GR I/35. It will be crashed on the ground January 20 following a problem of brakes.  
Potez 63-11
242
C-741
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 from February to August 1941  
Potez 63-11
243
C-742
 
Potez 63-11
244
C-743
 
Potez 63-11
245
C-744
 
Potez 63-11
246
C-745
Assigned to GAO I/520: Destroyed by accident on April 21, 1940. The crew is wounded: Adjutant GRIVEL (Pilot) and Sergeant JEROME  
Potez 63-11
247
C-746
 
Potez 63-11
248
C-747
 
Potez 63-11
249
C-748
 
Potez 63-11
250
C-749
Assigned to GAO 501: Shot by Hunting on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed. Sub-Lieutenant BENOIST (Observer), Staff-Sergeant CUVILLIER (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant RABUEL (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
251
C-750
 
Potez 63-11
252
C-751
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 in May and June 1940  
Potez 63-11
253
C-752
 
Potez 63-11
254
C-753
Assigned to GR I/55. Slightly accidented on April 29, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant GALLAVARDIN (chef de bord), Adjutant DE BALATIER (Pilot), Staff-Sergeant PAQUET (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
255
C-754
Assigned to GR I/35: Destroyed by accident on March 21st, 1940 following an engine failure. The crew is killed: Staff-Sergeant BAIL (Pilot), Lieutenant SOREL (Observer) and Adjutant SICARD (Mechanic)  
Potez 63-11
256
C-755
 
Potez 63-11
257
C-756
 
Potez 63-11
258
C-757
Assigned to GR II/22. 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
259
C-758
 
Potez 63-11
260
C-759
Assigned to GAO II/506. Severely damaged by the Flak on May 26, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant DUPONT (observer) is wounded.  
Potez 63-11
261
C-760
 
Potez 63-11
262
C-761
 
Potez 63-11
263
C-762
 
Potez 63-11
264
C-763
 
Potez 63-11
265
C-764
Assigned to GR I/35: Shot down by Flak on May 25, 1940. Crew killed : Lieutenant GALY (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant PANEBOEUF (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant VALETTE (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
266
C-765
 
Potez 63-11
267
C-766
 
Potez 63-11
268
C-767
 
Potez 63-11
269
C-768
Assigned to GR I/35 - 1st Sqn in November 1939. On May 18th, while his pilot is in Chateaudun for the reception of new aircraft, he refuses to restart and will be abandoned on the spot.  
Potez 63-11
270
C-769
 
Potez 63-11
271
C-770
 
Potez 63-11
272
C-771
Assigned to GAO I/508: Shot down by German fighters on May 26, 1940. The crew is killed. Lieutenant COUTURE (Observer), Sergeant GUILLOUX (Pilot) and Master Corporal WITRY (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
273
C-772
 
Potez 63-11
274
C-773
 
Potez 63-11
275
C-774
 
Potez 63-11
276
C-775
 
Potez 63-11
277
C-776
 
Potez 63-11
278
C-777
 
Potez 63-11
279
C-778
Assigned to GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn. May 18, 1940  
Potez 63-11
280
C-779
 
Potez 63-11
281
C-780
Assigned to the GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn in January 1940. Damaged to the ground on May 10, 1940 during the bombardment of the Longuenesse ground by the Germans  
Potez 63-11
282
C-781
 
Potez 63-11
283
C-782
 
Potez 63-11
284
C-783
Assigned to GAO I/551: Shot by German fighters on June 8, 1940. Lieutenant ROUIG (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant COTTE (Pilot) are seriously injured. Staff-Sergeant HILD (Gunner) is killed.  
Potez 63-11
285
C-784
 
Potez 63-11
286
C-785
Aircraft seized by the Italians in January 1943, after the invasion of the free zone.  
Potez 63-11
287
C-786
Assigned to GR I/35. Leaving the Group on 5 May for GR II:14 - Staff. - Presence confirmed in GR II/14 in June 1940.  
Potez 63-11
288
C-787
Assigned to the GAO 511: shot down by the Flak on May 13, 1940. The crew is killed: Captain Peigne (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant s DE-LA-ROCQUE (Pilot) and GESSIAUME (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
289
C-788
 
Potez 63-11
290
C-789
Assigned to the GR I/35 end of May 1940 from the GAO 510. Destroyed on the ground June 7, 1940 during the attack on the Evreux field.  
Potez 63-11
291
C-790
 
Potez 63-11
292
C-791
 
Potez 63-11
293
C-792
 
Potez 63-11
294
C-793
 
Potez 63-11
295
C-794
 
Potez 63-11
296
C-795
 
Potez 63-11
297
C-796
Assigned to GAO 501: Destroyed in air combat on May 13, 1940. The crew is killed: Captain WICCAERT (Pilot), Lieutenant COQUETON (Observer) and Sergeant LEYGNAC (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
298
C-797
 
Potez 63-11
299
C-798
Assigned to GAO 543. Accident to landing at the end of May 1940 on the Luxeuil Airfield : left landing gear breaked.  
Potez 63-11
300
C-799
 
Potez 63-11
301
C-800
 
Potez 63-11
302
C-801
 
Potez 63-11
303
C-802
 
Potez 63-11
304
C-803
Assigned to GAO II/520. Touched by Flak and Hunting on May 20, 1940. In flames, he lands in the countryside. Adjutant ROUGETET (Pilot) is killed. Lieutenant PARISOT (Observer) and Adjutant CARDON (gunner) are wounded.  
Potez 63-11
305
C-804
 
Potez 63-11
306
C-805
Assigned to GAO II/508: Killed by German fighters on June 5, 1940. Lieutenant LESCUYER (Observer) and Sergeant ARIE (gunner) are wounded, the latter more seriously. Sub-Lieutenant PECH (Pilot) is unharmed.  
Potez 63-11
307
C-806
 
Potez 63-11
308
C-807
 
Potez 63-11
309
C-808
 
Potez 63-11
310
C-809
 
Potez 63-11
311
C-810
 
Potez 63-11
312
C-811
 
Potez 63-11
313
C-812
Assigned to GAO II/520. Destroyed by accident on January 25, 1940. His crew is killed: Lieutenants QUITIN (Observer) and PETITON (Pilot) and Sergeant BERTHEZENE (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
314
C-813
 
Potez 63-11
315
C-814
Assigned to GAO I/514. Shot down by German fighters on May 22, 1940. The crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant JACQUET (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant MARSEILLE (Pilot) and Sergeant PINATEL (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
316
C-815
 
Potez 63-11
317
C-816
Assigned to GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn in May 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Destroyed in air combat on May 12, 1940. The crew is wounded: Staff-Sergeant SORDET (Pilot) and VANARET (Gunner), Sub Lieutenant LAMY (Observer).  
Potez 63-11
318
C-817
Assigned to GAO II/551. Severely damaged on the ground May 10, 1940 during the bombardment of the terrain of Tournes-Belval, it was abandoned on the spot.  
Potez 63-11
319
C-818
 
Potez 63-11
320
C-819
Assigned to GR II/55: Destroyed by the Flak on June 1, 1940.  
Potez 63-11
321
C-820
 
Potez 63-11
322
C-821
Assigned to GR I/35 - 1st Sqn in May 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged on the ground May 10, 1940 during the bombardment of the Longuenesse ground by the Germans: it will be repaired. Damaged in aerial combat on June 10, 1940: his pilot, Sub-Lieutenant PIET puts him on his belly. The unit is evacuated on a trailer for repair, but it falls from the trailer at the entrance of the bridge of Orleans where it will remain a long time ...  
Potez 63-11
323
C-822
 
Potez 63-11
324
C-823
 
Potez 63-11
325
C-824
 
Potez 63-11
326
C-825
 
Potez 63-11
327
C-826
Assigned to the GAO 517. Shot by German fighters on June 4, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant CAUJOLLES (Pilot) and Adjutant FONVIELLE (Gunner) are killed. Sub-Lieutenant COLLOMB (Observer) is injured.  
Potez 63-11
328
C-827
 
Potez 63-11
329
C-828
Assigned to the GAO 502. Damaged in aerial combat, it is destroyed at the landing on May 15th, 1940. The crew is unharmed  
Potez 63-11
330
C-829
 
Potez 63-11
331
C-830
Assigned to GAO 517. Shot by German fighters on June 8, 1940. Lieutenant PLAUD (Observer) and Master Corporal BARBARIN (Gunner) are seriously injured, Sub-Lieutenant BATTLE (Pilot) is wounded slightly  
Potez 63-11
332
C-831
 
Potez 63-11
333
C-832
Assigned to GAO I/514. Damaged by the Flak on June 10, 1940, he lands in the countryside. Re-prepared, he will join his group on June 12th. Lieutenant RIX (Observer) is injured. Staff-Sergeant MAZERON (Pilot) and Sergeant LAURENT (Gunner) are unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
334
C-833
 
Potez 63-11
335
C-834
 
Potez 63-11
336
C-835
Assigned to GAO 543. Damaged by the Flak on June 8, 1940, it is destroyed on landing: Sub-Lieutenant FAUGERAS (Observer) is seriously injured. Captain BERVEILLER (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant MOLLE (Gunner) are unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
337
C-836
 
Potez 63-11
338
C-837
 
Potez 63-11
339
C-838
 
Potez 63-11
340
C-839
 
Potez 63-11
341
C-840
 
Potez 63-11
342
C-841
 
Potez 63-11
343
C-842
 
Potez 63-11
344
C-843
 
Potez 63-11
345
C-844
Assigned to the GAO 509:Injured in May 1940
Potez 63-11
346
C-845
 
Potez 63-11
347
C-846
Assigned to GAO 501: Accidentally crashes on takeoff on June 11, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant ROUSSEAU (Observer) is killed.  
Potez 63-11
348
C-847
 
Potez 63-11
349
C-848
Assigned to the GAO 502. Severely damaged by the Flak on May 14th, 1940, it crashes to the landing. The crew is unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
350
C-849
Assigned to GAO 501: Shot by Flak on May 25, 1940. The crew is taken prisoner. Chief Warrant Officer DUFOUR (Pilot), Chief Warrant Officer LEGRAND (Gunner) and Captain GARDEUR (Observer), the latter being injured  
Potez 63-11
351
C-850
 
Potez 63-11
352
C-851
 
Potez 63-11
353
C-852
 
Potez 63-11
354
C-853
 
Potez 63-11
355
C-854
Assigned to the GR II/55: Damaged by the Flak, he can join his field, but the Sub-Lieutenant SALLES (Observer) and the Staff-Sergeant GRANIER (pilot) are wounded. The gunner, Sergeant AVON is unharmed.  
Potez 63-11
356
C-855
 
Potez 63-11
357
C-856
Assigned to GR I/52. 2nd Squadron. Present in the Group in 1940,  
Potez 63-11
358
C-857
 
Potez 63-11
359
C-858
 
Potez 63-11
360
C-859
Assigned to the GAO 502.  
Potez 63-11
361
C-860
 
Potez 63-11
362
C-861
 
Potez 63-11
363
C-862
 
Potez 63-11
364
C-863
 
Potez 63-11
365
C-864
Assigned to GAO III/551: Damaged on May 20, 1940 in a collision with a Junker JU52. The German Aircraft crashes, but the Potez 63-11 manages to return to the field. Killed by German fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew is wounded: Captain BOURSAUS (Pilot), Sergeant LHOSTE (Gunner) and Lieutenant DEBLADIS more seriously.  
Potez 63-11
366
C-865
Assigned to GR II/14, General Staff. Present in Avignon-Pujaut at the beginning of 1941.  
Potez 63-11
367
C-866
Assigned to GR II/22. Present in Montpellier in June 1940.  
Potez 63-11
368
C-867
 
Potez 63-11
369
C-868
 
Potez 63-11
370
C-869
 
Potez 63-11
371
C-870
 
Potez 63-11
372
C-871
 
Potez 63-11
373
C-872
 
Potez 63-11
374
C-873
 
Potez 63-11
375
C-874
Assigned to GAO 503: Fired by Flak on May 16, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant MANN (Observer) is killed, Adjutant NOURRY (Gunner), parachuted is injured, and Chief Warrant Officer GOURDON (Pilot) is unharmed.  
Potez 63-11
376
C-875
Assigned to GR I/35 around May 17th. Accidental landing on May 22: the aircraft is destroyed  
Potez 63-11
377
C-876
Assigned to GAO 515: named "The Lynx"  
Potez 63-11
378
C-877
 
Potez 63-11
379
C-878
 
Potez 63-11
380
C-879
 
Potez 63-11
381
C-880
Assigned to the GAO 547. Shot down by German fighters on May 14, 1940. Lieutenant BERTHEUX (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant BENECH (Pilot) are killed. Master Corporal MARTIN (Gunner), seriously injured, is taken prisoner.  
Potez 63-11
382
C-881
Assigned to GAO 518: Shot down by German fighters on June 15, 1940. Staff-Sergeant LAYNAUD (Pilot) and Lieutenant ROBERT (Observer) are killed. Staff-Sergeant SAINTES-MARIE (Gunner) is seriously injured.  
Potez 63-11
383
C-882
 
Potez 63-11
384
C-883
Assigned to GAO III/551: Killed by German fighters on June 13, 1940. The crew is killed: Lieutenant DE-GINESTET (Observer), Chief Warrant Officer BERLAND (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant GIRARD (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
385
C-884
 
Potez 63-11
386
C-885
Aircraft seized by the Italians in January 1943, after the invasion of the free zone.  
Potez 63-11
387
C-886
Assigned to GAO I/551: Hit by Flak on May 23, 1940. The aircraft returns to the heavily damaged terrain. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant ROUIG (Observer), Staff-Sergeant COTTE (Pilot) and Sergeant PEGAZ (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
388
C-887
Assigned to GAO 504: Destroyed in air combat on May 15, 1940. Captain DE-MONTAL (Observer) is killed, the Staff-Sergeant CHEVALIER (Pilot) and the Sergeant SOUTIF (Gunner), wounded, are taken prisoner  
Potez 63-11
389
C-888
Assigned to GAO III/551: Destroyed in air combat on May 15th 1940. Lieutenant LIEB (Observer) is seriously injured. Lieutenant BRAGADIR (Pilot) and Master Corporal BURCELIN (Gunner) are unscathed.  
Potez 63-11
390
C-889
 
Potez 63-11
391
C-890
Affecté au GAO 518  
Potez 63-11
392
C-891
 
Potez 63-11
393
C-892
Assigned to the GAO 510. Shot in air combat on May 13, 1940. Lieutenant DUBOIS and Sergeant RIMLINGER are seriously injured, and Captain VOITURIEZ is wounded slightly.  
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
395
C-894
 
Potez 63-11
396
C-895
Assigned to GAO I/584. Destroyed by the Flak on June 17, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant CONFURON (Observer), Staff-Sergeant CASES (Pilot) and Sergeant DE-BENUCHAMP (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
397
C-896
 
Potez 63-11
398
C-897
 
Potez 63-11
399
C-898
 
Potez 63-11
400
C-899
 
Potez 63-11
401
C-900
 
Potez 63-11
402
C-901
Assigned to GR I/35 - 1st Sqn May 18th 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt field by the Germans on June 3, 1940: it will be repaired. Following a problem with Helix, it will be abandoned and burned on the Jonzac site on June 18th.  
Potez 63-11
403
C-902
 
Potez 63-11
404
C-903
Assigned to GAO I/584. Destroyed following an aerial combat on June 8, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant CONFURON (Observer), Staff-Sergeant BAYLE (Pilot) and Sergeant MINARO (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
405
C-904
 
Potez 63-11
406
C-905
 
Potez 63-11
407
C-906
 
Potez 63-11
408
C-907
 
Potez 63-11
409
C-908
Assigned to the GR I/35 end of May 1940. Due to technical problems, the aircraft is forced to land on the field of Corme-Ecluse during the withdrawal of the Group on June 17: repaired, he joined the Group the next day .. Following a problem with Helix, it will be abandoned and burned on the Jonzac site on June 18th.  
Potez 63-11
410
C-909
 
Potez 63-11
411
C-910
 
Potez 63-11
412
C-911
 
Potez 63-11
413
C-912
Assigned to GAO I/506: Shot down by German fighters on May 27, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant COIGNIER (Pilot) is killed, and Lieutenant SOGNET (Observer) puts the Aircraft in the field. Sergeant GOETZ (Gunner) is also killed.  
Potez 63-11
414
C-913
 
Potez 63-11
415
C-914
Assigned to the GAO 510. Shot by the Flak on June 16, 1940, he settles in campgne. The crew, unharmed, burned the aircraft, but was taken prisoner three days later: Chief Warrant Officer GIRARD (Pilot), Lieutenant ROULLAND (Observer) and Corporal BONNET (Machine Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
416
C-915
 
Potez 63-11
417
C-916
 
Potez 63-11
418
C-917
 
Potez 63-11
419
C-918
 
Potez 63-11
420
C-919
 
Potez 63-11
421
C-920
 
Potez 63-11
422
C-921
 
Potez 63-11
423
C-922
 
Potez 63-11
424
C-923
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 from September to November 1940  
Potez 63-11
425
C-924
Assigned to GR I/22: Shot down by German fighters on May 10, 1940. The crew is killed. Sub-Lieutenant CHAUMONT (Observer), Sergeant PELLETIER (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant CATTOEN (Gunner.  
Potez 63-11
426
C-925
Assigned to GR I/33. Accidentally crashes on takeoff on June 10, 1940: the crew is killed: Lieutenant BISCH (Observer), Captain PECOU (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant MOXICA (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
427
C-926
 
Potez 63-11
428
C-927
 
Potez 63-11
429
C-928
 
Potez 63-11
430
C-929
Assigned to GR II/55: Destroyed by Flak on May 20, 1940. Only Master Sergeant SEVE (Gunner) parachutes. Lieutenant RAMBAULT (Pilot) and Sub Lieutenant BRUNE (Observer) are killed  
Potez 63-11
431
C-930
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 in June 1940  
Potez 63-11
432
C-931
Assigned to GR II/55: Shot by Flak on May 24, 1940. Captain CECCALDI (observe) and Sergeant PFENNINGER (Gunner) are killed. Sergeant RONDEAU (Pilot) is seriously injured.  
Potez 63-11
433
C-932
 
Potez 63-11
434
C-933
 
Potez 63-11
435
C-934
 
Potez 63-11
436
C-935
 
Potez 63-11
437
C-936
 
Potez 63-11
438
C-937
 
Potez 63-11
439
C-938
Assigned to the GAO 544, the aircraft and its crew were detached on May 11, 1940 to the GR II/52 before being definitively transferred to this Group on May 13, 1940 (Second Lieutenant TINLAND, Observer, Sergeant FARELACCI, pilot and Sergeant DUGNAT, gunner).
Hit by the Flak on May 15, 1940, it is destroyed while landing in the field: the crew is unharmed. Captain DUDEZERT (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant BOURHIS (Pilot) and Master Corporal APERCE (Machine Gunner).

 
Potez 63-11
440
C-939
Assigned to the GAO 507. Shot by German fighters May 20, 1940. The crew is taken prisoner. Lieutenant LOUIS (Pilot) and Chief Warrant Officer LIEBERT (Gunner) are injured, the latter seriously. Observer, Sub-Lieutenant BIKOWETZ is unharmed  
Potez 63-11
441
C-940
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 from October 1940 to August 1941  
Potez 63-11
442
C-941
Assigned to GR I/55.  
Potez 63-11
443
C-942
Assigned to GAO 513. Slightly damaged on landing on May 28, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Captain FERAN (Pilot), Sub Lieutenant GILBERTRAS (Observer) and Sergeant ROY (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
444
C-943
Assigned to the GR I/22: Shot by German fighters on May 12, 1940. The crew is taken prisoner: Captain LAINEY wounded (Pilot), Lieutenant DETRIE (Observer) and Adjutant GRES (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
445
C-944
 
Potez 63-11
446
C-945
 
Potez 63-11
447
C-946
 
Potez 63-11
448
C-947
Assigned to GAO 513. Crashes on takeoff on May 28, 1940. CLEMENT Sub-Lieutenant (Observer) is killed. Sergeant PONCET (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant MARTINANT-SURIN (Gunner) are injured.  
Potez 63-11
449
C-948
 
Potez 63-11
450
C-949
Aircraft assigned to GR I/52, 1st Squadron. Aircraft present in Marrakech (Morocco) in April 1941.  
Potez 63-11
451
C-950
 
Potez 63-11
452
C-951
 
Potez 63-11
453
C-952
 
Potez 63-11
454
C-953
Assigned to GR I/33. Shot by Flak on June 17, 1940: Lieutenant LEVY (Observer) is killed. Sergeant MONNERET (Machine Gun) and Staff-Sergeant JOSSERAND (Pilot) wounded, are taken prisoner.  
Potez 63-11
455
C-954
 
Potez 63-11
456
C-955
 
Potez 63-11
457
C-956
 
Potez 63-11
458
C-957
 
Potez 63-11
459
C-958
 
Potez 63-11
460
C-959
 
Potez 63-11
461
C-960
 
Potez 63-11
462
C-961
 
Potez 63-11
463
C-962
 
Potez 63-11
464
C-963
 
Potez 63-11
465
C-964
 
Potez 63-11
466
C-965
 
Potez 63-11
467
C-966
 
Potez 63-11
468
C-967
 
Potez 63-11
469
C-968
 
Potez 63-11
470
C-969
 
Potez 63-11
471
C-970
 
Potez 63-11
472
C-971
 
Potez 63-11
473
C-972
 
Potez 63-11
474
C-973
 
Potez 63-11
475
C-974
 
Potez 63-11
476
C-975
 
Potez 63-11
477
C-976
 
Potez 63-11
478
C-977
 
Potez 63-11
479
C-978
 
Potez 63-11
480
C-979
 
Potez 63-11
481
C-980
 
Potez 63-11
482
C-981
 
Potez 63-11
483
C-982
 
Potez 63-11
484
C-983
 
Potez 63-11
485
C-984
 
Potez 63-11
486
C-985
 
Potez 63-11
487
C-986
 
Potez 63-11
488
C-987
 
Potez 63-11
489
C-988
Assigned to the GR II/55: Shot by the Flak on June 21, 1940: the crew is killed: Lieutenant MARTY (Pilot), Sub-Lieutenant AUGE (Observer) and Sergeant THIERRY (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
490
C-989
 
Potez 63-11
491
C-990
 
Potez 63-11
492
C-991
 
Potez 63-11
493
C-992
Assigned to the GAO 510. Shot by German fighters on June 5, 1940. Chief Warrant Officer RAGE (Gunner) and Lieutenant NOIRET (Observer) are killed. Staff-Sergeant DESBORDES (Pilot), injured, parachutes himself and is taken prisoner.  
Potez 63-11
494
C-993
Assigned to the GAO 510. Shot by the Flak on June 8, 1940. Lieutenant MARTIN (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant GUESNEL (Pilot) are killed. Sergeant MENET (Gunner), injured, is taken prisoner  
Potez 63-11
495
C-994
 
Potez 63-11
496
C-995
Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 in September and October 1940  
Potez 63-11
497
C-996
 
Potez 63-11
498
C-997
 
Potez 63-11
499
C-998
 
Potez 63-11
500
C-999
 
Potez 63-11
501
Assigned to GR I/36. On June 21, 1940, during the withdrawal of the French aircraft to the AFN before the Armistice, this Potez, victim of an oil leak, lands in Mallorca, Spain. The crew is taken prisoner and the aircraft is restored under the Spanish colors.  
Potez 63-11
502
 
Potez 63-11
503
 
Potez 63-11
504
 
Potez 63-11
505
 
Potez 63-11
506
 
Potez 63-11
507
 
Potez 63-11
508
 
Potez 63-11
509
 
Potez 63-11
510
 
Potez 63-11
511
 
Potez 63-11
512
 
Potez 63-11
513
 
Potez 63-11
514
 
Potez 63-11
515
 
Potez 63-11
516
 
Potez 63-11
517
 
Potez 63-11
518
 
Potez 63-11
519
 
Potez 63-11
520
 
Potez 63-11
521
 
Potez 63-11
522
 
Potez 63-11
523
 
Potez 63-11
524
 
Potez 63-11
525
 
Potez 63-11
526
 
Potez 63-11
527
 
Potez 63-11
528
 
Potez 63-11
529
 
Potez 63-11
530
 
Potez 63-11
531
 
Potez 63-11
532
 
Potez 63-11
533
 
Potez 63-11
534
 
Potez 63-11
535
 
Potez 63-11
536
 
Potez 63-11
537
 
Potez 63-11
538
 
Potez 63-11
539
 
Potez 63-11
540
 
Potez 63-11
541
 
Potez 63-11
542
 
Potez 63-11
543
 
Potez 63-11
544
 
Potez 63-11
545
 
Potez 63-11
546
 
Potez 63-11
547
 
Potez 63-11
548
 
Potez 63-11
549
 
Potez 63-11
550
 
Potez 63-11
551
 
Potez 63-11
552
 
Potez 63-11
553
 
Potez 63-11
554
 
Potez 63-11
555
 
Potez 63-11
556
 
Potez 63-11
557
 
Potez 63-11
558
 
Potez 63-11
559
 
Potez 63-11
560
 
Potez 63-11
561
 
Potez 63-11
562
 
Potez 63-11
563
 
Potez 63-11
564
 
Potez 63-11
565
 
Potez 63-11
566
Aircraft destroyed during the bombing by the Germans of the Dijon base on May 13, 1940,  
Potez 63-11
567
 
Potez 63-11
568
 
Potez 63-11
569
 
Potez 63-11
570
Assigned to GAO II/520.Deleted by the Flak on May 10, 1940. The crew, seriously wounded, is taken prisoner: Captains FABIA (Observer) and FRANCIN (Pilot) and Sergeant STIZZEL (Gunner)  
Potez 63-11
571
Assigned to GAO II/520. Shot down by German fighters May 24, 1940. The 3 crew members, wounded, are taken prisoner: Captain DE-DEVISE (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant TEISSIER (Pilot) and Sergeant VIGOUX (Gunner).  
Potez 63-11
572
 
Potez 63-11
573
 
Potez 63-11
574
 
Potez 63-11
575
 
Potez 63-11
576
 
Potez 63-11
577
 
Potez 63-11
578
 
Potez 63-11
579
Assigned to the GAO 547. Shot down, by German fighters May 14, 1940: The crew is killed. Captain MARRAST (Pilot), Sergeant MOUGNE (Gunner) and Sub-Lieutenant LEVASSEUR (Observer).  
Potez 63-11
580
Assigned to GR I/36: Destroyed in air combat on May 19, 1940. The crew is prisoner: Captain PERROTE (Observer) is severely injured, Sergeants DE-STAMPA (Gunner) and CAZENAVE (Pilot) are unharmed  
Potez 63-11
581
 
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
583
Assigned to GAO 512.  
Potez 63-11
584
Assigned to GAO 546. Shot in air combat on May 15, 1940. Lieutenant PRADELLE (Pilot) and Corporal REVELLI (gunner) are wounded. Captain COMPIN (Observer) is unharmed.  
Potez 63-11
585
Assigned to GAO IV / 551. Destroyed on May 17, 1940, during a German bombing. he is abandoned on the ground of Escarmain.  
Potez 63-11
586
Assigned to GAO IV / 551. Destroyed on May 17, 1940, during a German bombing. he is abandoned on the ground of Escarmain.  
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Assigned to the GAO 509: Shot by German fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant BOUDINIER (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant COLIN (Pilot) and Sub-Lieutenant BLANCHET (Gunner)  
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The Aircraft, burned, is visible on a photo.  
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Assigned to the GAO 509: Falls at sea on March 17, 1940 during a shooting practice on towed target: the aircraft hits the cable: the crew is killed: Sergeant FAURE (Pilot), Lieutenant RAGONNEAU (Observer) and Sub-Lieutenant BOLO (Gunner)  
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Assigned to the GAO 509: Shot by German fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant GUILLERME (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant GIRON (Pilot) and Lieutenant DUTARTRE (Gunner)  
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Destroyed in a maintenance hangar in Dijon during the bombardment of French property, May 13, 1940  
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Assigned to GR I/36: Destroyed in air combat on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed: DE-MONTS-DE-SAVASSE (Pilot) and Sergeant GUILLE (Gunner)  
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Assigned to GR I/35. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. The plane crashes May 25, 1940, probably shot by the Flak. The crew is killed.  
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Assigned to GAO 518: Destroyed by air combat on May 15, 1940. Pilot successfully lands, but ARINO Sub-Lieutenant (gunner) is killed. Sub-Lieutenant AMARGER (Pilot) is wounded, and Lieutenant MONEL (Observer) is unharmed. Aircraft seized by the Italians in January 1943, after the invasion of the free zone.  
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Assigned to GR I/14. Shot by German fighters on June 14, 1940: Sub-Lieutenant FOURNIER (Observer) and Sergeant DE-QUILLAC (Gunner) are killed. Sub-Lieutenant MOREAUX (pilot), injured, parachutes.  
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Affected by GAO 552: Destroyed by accident during take-off on May 15th, 1940. Lieutenant DE-VILLANCOURT is wounded.  
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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)  
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Affecté au GAO 518  
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Assigned to the GR I/35 end of May 1940 from the GAO 510. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Shot down by German fighters June 16, 1940: the crew is wounded: Lieutenant ALLAIRE (Pilot), Sub Lieutenant TONI (Observer) and Sergeant PLOYE (Gunner)  
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Assigned to GAO I/508: Damaged on landing on May 20, 1940 on the ground of Romilly. The plane lands in gear, sasn doubt after an oversight of the driver to leave the train  
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Assigned to GR II/22, 2nd Squadron. Wear the inscription "Cne MASSOGI" under the glass roof. Aircraft present in Montpellier-Fréjorgues in 1941.  
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Assigned to GAO 510. Shot by Flak on May 16, 1940. Master Corporal MOLINIER (Gunner) is injured.  
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Assigned to GR I/35 around May 21st. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt field by the Germans on June 3, 1940: it will be repaired. Shot down by German fighters on June 4, 1940. Lieutenant LARPENT (Observer) and Captain ROBERT (Pilot) are killed. Adjutant JANNIN (Gunner) is seriously injured.  
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Assigned to the GAO 545. Destroyed following an aerial combat on May 14, 1940. His crew is unscathed: Captain DELOVE (Observer), Sub-Lieutenant PERNE (Pilot) and Sergeant BOUYAY (Gunner)  
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Assigned to the GAO 510. Shot by the Flak May 27, 1940. Staff-Sergeant LUCAS (Gunner) is killed. Staff-Sergeant GUESNEL (Pilot) and Captain SMET (Observer) are unscathed.  
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Assigned to GAO I/508: Shot down by German fighters on May 18, 1940. Lieutenant LE-GOASGUEN (Observer) and Captain PETIT (Pilot) are killed. Adjutant BEAUVALLET (Gunner) is seriously injured.  
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Assigned to GAO 518: Shot down by German fighters May 21, 1940. Sergeant RIGAL (Gunner) is killed. Lieutenant FRANTZ (Observer) and Staff Sergeant DELPECH (Pilot) are injured  
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Assigned to GAO I/508: Accidentally crashes at takeoff on June 14, 1940. Lieutenant NOIR (Observer) and Sergeant BRIAS (pilot) are injured. Sub-Lieutenant CHIERS (Gunner) is unharmed.  
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Assigned to GAO 552: Hit by Flak on May 19, 1940. Aircraft crashes on landing. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant DE-BORT (Observer), Staff-Sergeant DOMAIN (Pilot), and Sergeant PLANTIER (Gunner)  
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Assigned to the GAO 515. Carries a personal emblem under the windshield: the Grumpy dwarf of the Snow White cartoon. Present in Connantre in June 1940.  
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Assigned to the GAO 515. Visible on the ground of Moissac before the Armisitice  
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Assigned to GR I/14. Hit by the Flak on May 17, 1940, he crashed on landing. Captain HENNEZEL (Observer) parachutes and is taken prisoner. Sergeant Parmentier (Gunner) is injured. Sergeant PORCHON (Pilot is unscathed  
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Assigned to GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn May 2nd 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. During the withdrawal of the Group on June 11, 1940, the aircraft was damaged while taxiing and was abandoned and burned on the Champeaux property.  
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Assigned to GR I/35 on May 25, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt field by the Germans on June 3, 1940: it will be abandoned on the Mantes field on June 9, 1940, during the withdrawal of the Group.  
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Assigned to GAO 543  
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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).  
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666
Assigned to GR II/55: Destroyed by accident on May 18, 1940. Lieutenant MANESCAU (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant CARASSOU-MAILLAN (Radio) are killed. Staff-Sergeant MARTINI is injured  
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Assigned to the GR II/55: Shot by the Flak on May 19, 1940. The crew is killed: Lieutenant DURAND (Observer), Staff-Sergeant RESCOUSSIE (Pilot) and Sergeant BRUN (Gunner).  
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674
Assigned to GR I/35 - 2nd Sqn May 17th 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt field by the Germans on June 3, 1940: it will be repaired. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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Assigned to GR I/35 - 1st Sqn May 3rd 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged on landing on June 14 when the Group arrived on the ground of Romorantin. It will be finely abandoned and burned on June 18 on the ground jonzac.  
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Assigned to the GAO 543. Put in campaign on May 30, 1940 following an engine failure. Sergeant ORSAT (Gunner) gets injured while parachuting. Sub-Lieutenant PERRET (Observer) and Sub Lieutenant GARDEN (Pilot) are unharmed  
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Assigned to GAO I/551: Touched by the Flak, the unit returns to the field, but is unusable. The crew is unscathed: Captain MASSONI (Observer), Sub Lieutenant DELPLANQUE (Pilot) and Sergeant PEGAZ (Gunner).  
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Assigned to GR I/55. Shot down by the Flak on May 27, 1940. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant AUZEING (Observer), Staff-Sergeant GRANCHER (Pilot) and Adjutant POUZOL (Gunner).  
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Assigned to GAO I/551: Touched by the Flak on May 15, 1940, he crashes to the ground. Captain RIESSER (Pilot) and Lieutenant LEBEL (Observer) are killed. Sergeant LOMBARD (Gunner), wounded, is taken prisoner.  
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682
Assigned to the GAO 543. Shot down by German fighters on June 9, 1940: the crew is killed: Lieutenant GONZALES (Observer), Captain BERVEILLER (Pilot) and Master Corporal DELORME (Gunner) .This aircraft was equipped with a reinforced weapon with 7 machine guns on German fighters , and the pilot managed the feat of shooting 3 BF 109E before being shot himself.  
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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)  
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685
Assigned to GAO I/551: Damaged by Flak on May 23, 1940. The aircraft returns to the burning tank ground. The crew is unscathed: Lieutenant MENARD (Observer), Sergeant GUILBERT (Pilot) and Sergeant Capdevielle (Gunner)  
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Assigned to GR I/35 May 27, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Seriously damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt site by the Germans on June 3, 1940: not repairable, it will serve as a spare part for other aircraft. He will be abandoned on the field of Mantes June 9, 1940, during the withdrawal of the Group.  
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Assigned to GAO 552: Shot down by Flak on May 13, 1940, the crew is killed. Lieutenant COLPIN (Observer), Chief Warrant Officer LUX (Pilot) and Adjutant SACQUEPEE (Gunner)  
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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.  
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Assigned to the GR I/35: Seriously damaged by the Flak on June 8, 1940 attacking a column of tanks, he lands in the countryside: the crew is unscathed: Captain MONIGARD (Pilot), Lieutenant MONTANTELE (Observer) and Adjutant CHATILLON ( gunner)  
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Assigned to GR I/35 end of May 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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695
 
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Assigned to GR I/35 May 27, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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698
 
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Assigned to GAO 546. Hit by Flak on June 9, 1940. Sergeant LECORRE, Gunner, is wounded.  
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Assigned to GR I/36. Present in Setif in 1942  
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Assigned to GR II/22. Destroyed by German fighters on June 14, 1940. The crew is captured: Chief Warrant Officer KERBRAT (Observer), Captain SAGON (Pilot) and Sergeant GUERIN (Gunner).  
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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)  
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719
Assigned to GR II/55: Shot by Flak on June 20, 1940: crew killed: Sub-Lieutenant JACQUES (Observer), Chief Sergeant ROBERT (Pilot) and Chief Warrant Officer JACQUEMART (Gunner)  
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720
Assigned to GR I/14. Destroyed landing on June 12, 1940 vsuite at an air fight. The crew is unscathed: Sergents LE-BRAS (Pilot) and DE-QUILLAC (Gunner) and Sub-Lieutenant VALIN (Observer).  
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Assigned to GAO 515. Damaged by flak on June 19, 1940. Lieutenant BECKER (Gunner) is seriously injured.  
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764
 
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769
 
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Assigned to GAO II/506. Damaged by German fighters on June 4, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant BOLLE (Observer) is killed. Sergeant JOUSSELIN (Gunner) is slightly injured.  
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773
 
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Assigned to GAO I/551: Crashes on landing on May 11, 1940 following an air combat, the crew is unscathed: Cptne RIESSER (Pilot), Lieutenant LENCLUD (Observer) and Sergeant LOMBARD (Gunner).  
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779
 
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Assigned to the GAO 512. Shot down by German fighters on May 26, 1940. The crew is killed. Commander LECLERE (Pilot) was the boss of the GAO 512. The other members of the crew were Lieutenant NODET (Observer) and Sergeant LICITRI (Gunner).  
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781
 
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782
 
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783
 
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784
 
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785
 
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786
 
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787
 
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788
 
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789
 
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790
 
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791
 
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794
 
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Assigned to GAO III/551: Killed by German fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant JOST (Observer), Staff-Sergeant NEUVILLE (Pilot) and Sergeant QUILICO (Gunner)  
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797
 
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798
 
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799
 
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800
Assigned to GR II/55: Destroyed by collision at take off on 8 June 1940. The crew is unscathed: Staff-Sergeant MORIER (Pilot), Sub-Lieutenant CHAREYRE (Observer) and Chief Warrant Officer JACQUEMART (Gunner)  
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801
Assigned to GR I/35 on June 18, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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802
 
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Assigned to GAO I/589. Shot by Flak on June 2, 1940. Lieutenant CHEYSSON (Observer) and Sergeant DE-BARBEYRAC (Pilot) are killed. Sergeant DENIS (Gunner) is injured.  
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805
 
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809
Assigned to GR I/35 on June 18, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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810
 
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811
 
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812
 
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Assigned to GR I / 14 - 1st Squadron. Accidental after a landing in the countryside in June 1940. It is found at GR I / 14 early 1941 (see photo opposite)
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Assigned to GR II/14 - Confirmed presence in GR II/14 from December to January 1941  
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Assigned to GR I/35 on May 24, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. He is transferred to Blida, AFN on June 20th.  
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Assigned to GR I/35 May 30, 1940: Damaged during the bombing of the Mantes-Gassicourt field by the Germans on June 3, 1940: it will be repaired. Shot down by German fighters on June 7, 1940. The crew is killed: Sergeant PRINI (Pilot) and MATHELIN (Gunner), Lieutenant REGIS (Observer).  
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828
 
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Assigned to GR I/35 on May 24, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Severely damaged when returning from a mission on June 13th, 1940: his pilot, Sub-Lieutenant ALLAIRE forgets to take the train out ... he is abandoned and set on fire in the field of Champeaux during the withdrawal of the Group on June 11th.  
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830
 
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831
 
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Assigned to GR I/35 on May 25, 1940. Reinforced weapon Aircraft: 8 machine guns. Damaged on landing June 4, 1940, he will be abandoned on the field of Mantes June 9, 1940, during the withdrawal of the Group.  
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834
 
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Assigned to GAO 581: Shot by German fighters on June 14, 1940: The crew, seriously wounded, is captured: Captain VENARD (Observer), Staff-Sergeant GAUTRON (Pilot) and Adjutant GIROUD (Gunner)  
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838
 
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840
 
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841
 
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Assigned to GAO 502. Shot by flak on June 16, 1940: Sub-Lieutenant BALBIANO (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant BIZET (Pilot) are killed. Sergeant NASS (gunner), seriously wounded, is taken prisoner.  
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845
Affected GAO 502. damaged by the Flak on June 16, 1940, he was forced to land in the countryside: the crew, unscathed, fire the aircraft. Staff-Sergeant HOURCADE (Pilot), Lieutenant DE-KETAUTEM (Observer) and Sergeant NAVERS (gunner).  
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Assigned to the GR II/55: Damaged by the Flak on June 15, 1940, he lands in the countryside. The crew is unscathed: Sub-Lieutenant BAYLE (Pilot), Lieutenant D'ANGLEJAN (Observer) and Sergeant ABOUT (Gunner).