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GLENN MARTIN 167F
Glenn Martin 167F
38
Assigned to GB I / 63. May 24, 1940, shot by mistake by the British DCA. The crew is killed: Staff-Sergeant MONTHOIS (Machine Gunner), Sergeant EAUCLERE (Pilot) and Sub-Lieutenant MAURY (Observer)
Glenn Martin 167F
46
Assigned to GB I / 63, 1st Squadron. Present in Dakar-Ouakam (Senegal) late 1940.
Glenn Martin 167F
48
Assigned to GB I / 63 on April 10, 1940. Slightly damaged by the Flak on May 29, 1940, it will be folded with the other aircraft of the group on June 19, 1940 on Ain-Beida
Glenn Martin 167F
53
Assigned to GB I / 63. Shot down by the Flak on June 1, 1940. The crew is unscathed
Glenn Martin 167F
61
Assigned to GB I / 63. May 24, 1940, shot by mistake by the British DCA: Captain WATRIN (Observer) and Staff-Sergeant GRISONNI (Pilot) are killed. Staff-Sergeant LE-GALL (Machine Gunner) unscathed, parachute.
Glenn Martin 167F
68
Assigned to GB I / 63. Shot down By German Fighters on June 5, 1940. Staff-Sergeant CHIEUSSE (Machine Gunner) is killed. Sub-Lieutenant VAUX (Observer) and Adjutant MONY (Pilot) are seriously burned.
Glenn Martin 167F
71
Assigned to GB I / 63. Damaged by the Flak on June 8, 1940. The Gunner Machine, Chief Warrant Officer HABOURDIN is killed.
Glenn Martin 167F
117
Assigned to GB I / 63. Damaged by Flak on May 22, 1940. Adjutant CARRERA, Machine Gunner, is killed.
Glenn Martin 167F
140
Assigned to GB I / 63. Shot By German Fighters on June 9, 1940. Lieutenant POLLET (Observer) and Staff Sergeant REY (Pilot) are killed. Sergeant MARTIN (Machine Gunner) parachutes and is taken prisoner.

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GB I/63