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Lioré & Olivier LéO 451
Lioré & Olivier 451
14
Assigned to GB I / 12: Shot down by Fighters on June 10, 1940: the crew is killed: Sub-Lieutenant RICHE (Crew Chief), Staff-Sergeant MENARD-DE-CHABANNES (Pilot), Sergeant WEILER (Radio) and Master -Corporal VRIDAUD (Gunner Machine)
Lioré & Olivier 451
17
Assigned to GB I / 12: Destroyed on January 12, 1940. He crashes to the ground, its crew is killed.
Lioré & Olivier 451
19
Assigned to GB I / 12: Crashed by accident during a night mission on June 5,1940 at 0h45. The crew was killed: Lieutenant RAILLARD (Crew Chief), Adjutant CHAMAUD (Pilot), Chief Warrant Officer DELACROIX (Radio) and Staff-Sergeant VERDY (Machine-Gunner).
Lioré & Olivier 451
20
Assigned to the GB I / 12 - 2nd Sqn.Present in Soissons-Saconnin in May 1940.
Lioré & Olivier 451
24
Assigned to GB I / 12: Shot down by Fighters on May 31, 1940. Lieutenant FILIPPI (Pilot) and Master-Corporal DUMONT (Radio) are killed.
Lioré & Olivier 451
25
I-561
Assigned to GB I / 12 - 2nd Sqn.Present to Soissons-Saconnin in May 1940
Lioré & Olivier 451
32
L-568
Assigned to GB I / 12: Destroyed by accident on February 25, 1940 during a night flight. He crashes to the ground: his crew is killed. Lt-Colonel DE-VITROLLEs (Observer), Lt DENIS (Chief Crew), S-Lt POGNOT (Pilot) and Master-Corporal LALLOZ (Radio)
Lioré & Olivier 451
41
L-577
Assigned to GB I / 12: Assigned to GB I / 12 May 11, 1940
Lioré & Olivier 451
47
Assigned to GB I / 12. Damaged by the flak May 13, 1940.
Lioré & Olivier 451
48
Assigned to GB I / 12: Destroyed in air combat on May 14, 1940. Sub-Lieutenant HUGOT (Crew Chief) and Adjutant -Chef LEROY (Pilot) are killed. The two other members of the crew are wounded: the JACQUEMIN Master-Corporal (Machine-Gunner) and Sergeant LEBEAUPIN (Gunner Radio-Machine). The latter is taken prisoner
Lioré & Olivier 451
53
Assigned to GB I / 12. Slightly damaged by the Flak on May 30, 1940.
Lioré & Olivier 451
54
Assigned to GB I / 12: Shot down by Flak on May 16, 1940. Crew killed: Sub-Lieutenant DEVALEZ (Crew Chief), Staff-Sergeant MASSET (Pilot), Staff-Sergeant BUISSON (Radio) and Staff-Sergeant MOITY (Machine-Gunner)
Lioré & Olivier 451
57
Assigned to GB I / 12: Abandoned after being severely damaged on the ground May 22, 1940
Lioré & Olivier 451
60
Assigned to GB I / 12: Touched by the Flak on May 11, 1940, he returns to his land but is unusable.
Lioré & Olivier 451
63
Assigned to the GB I / 12: Touched by the Flak on May 11, 1940, his Pilot, the Adjt CHAMAUD, manages to put it down, but it is destroyed on landing. Lt GRADREMY (Chief of Brod) and Sgt Chief RITZ (Machine-Gunner) who jumped into a parachute were taken prisoner.
Lioré & Olivier 451
102
Assigned to GB I / 12: Destroyed in aerial combat on May 20, 1940: it strikes electrical wires by escaping in a dive. The crew is killed: Chief Warrant Officer VUATHELOT (Chief Crew), Adjutant MAC-GUINESS (Pilot), Chief Warrant Officer MAFFAT (Radio) and Staff-Sergeant LEGRAND (Machine-Gunner)
Lioré & Olivier 451
105
Assigned to GB I / 12: Shot by Flak on May 16, 1940. LEMAIRE Sub-Lieutenant (Crew Chief) and Chief Warrant Officer CHERIGIE (Pilot) are wounded, Staff-Sergeant PIRONNEAU (Radio) is killed, and the Master-Corporal FOURRIER (Machine-Gunner) is unharmed
Lioré & Olivier 451
130
Assigned to GB I / 12: Destroyed accidentally on June 7, 1940. The crew is unharmed.
Lioré & Olivier 451
234
Assigned to GB I / 12.
Lioré & Olivier 451
3021
Assigned to GB I / 12, 2nd Squadron. Apparatus present in Istres late 1940. It will be destroyed by accident in Italy during a convoy to Syria

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GB I/12