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Serial Nb
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GLENN MARTIN 167F
Glenn Martin 167F
28
Assigned to GB II / 62: Crashes to the ground after returning from a mission on June 23, 1940: the crew is unharmed.
Glenn Martin 167F
45
Assigned to GB II / 62: Hit by German Fighters and the Flak, it is destroyed on landing on 24 MAY 1940. The crew is unscathed.
Glenn Martin 167F
59
Assigned to the GB II / 62: Abandoned on the ground of Saint-Martin The Campaign during the withdrawal of the group on June 7, 1940.
Glenn Martin 167F
60
Assigned to GB II / 62: Shot by Flak on June 12, 1940: crew is wounded: Staff-Sergeant CHAUVIN (Pilot), Adjutant CHAUVIN (Observer) and Sergeant PONS (Machine Gunner).
Glenn Martin 167F
63
Assigned to GB II / 62. Destroyed on the ground June 7, 1940, during a strafing of the ground of Fauville by the Germans.
Glenn Martin 167F
97
Assigned to GB II / 62: Destroyed by Accident on March 20, 1940
Glenn Martin 167F
113
Assigned to GB II / 62
Glenn Martin 167F
120
Assigned to GB II / 62: Shot down by German Fighters on May 31, 1940. Staff-Sergeant DEZELLIS (Machine Gunner) is seriously injured.
Glenn Martin 167F
121
Assigned to GB II / 62.
Glenn Martin 167F
128
Assigned to GB II / 62: Damaged by Flak on June 5, 1940. Staff-Sergeant MARC (Machine Gunner) is injured.
Glenn Martin 167F
133
Assigned to GB II / 62: Shot by Flak on June 1, 1940. Chief Warrant Officer BARRAUD (Observer) and Sergeant CART (Machine Gunner) are killed. Sergeant DAVAN (Pilot), seriously injured, is taken prisoner.
Glenn Martin 167F
154
Assigned to GB II / 62: Shot by Flak on June 12, 1940. Sergeant MASSON (Pilot) and Lieutenant SEGUIN (Observer) are killed. Staff-Sergeant GUENOU (Gunner Machine), seriously injured, is taken prisoner
Glenn Martin 167F
191
Assigned to GB II / 62: Accidentally destroyed on June 12, 1940 at landing: the crew is wounded: Staff-Sergeant LOUSORI (P´lote), Sub-Lieutenant BARAQUE (Observer) and Sergeant JAUBERT (Machine Gunner).
Glenn Martin 167F
197
Assigned to GB II / 62: Accidentally destroyed when landing on the Oran field during the group's movement to North Africa on June 17, 1940: the crew is wounded: Aspirant DELABAUNE, Sergeant BEYRAUD and Master Corporal DELAPLANCHE
Glenn Martin 167F
209
Assigned to GB II / 62: Accidentally destroyed when landing on the Oran field during the movement of the group to North Africa on June 17, 1940: the crew is killed: Captain GOURAUD, Lieutenant DE-LANGALLERIE, Adjutant ALGUMARD and Sergeant POMARD

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GB II/62