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Crews of Bombardment

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


1001 Bombardment crew members are listed below in alphabetical order.

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Name
Rank
Unit
Post
Informations
Civil-statut
Photo
Indiv. Card
Citations
HABOURDIN Jupiter
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/63
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 8, 1940    
HAGER Louis
Chief Warrant Officer
Bombardment Group nb 2
Pilote
       
HALLOPEAU Georges
Captain
Pilot
On May 30, 1940, the Breguet 693 n ° 74 is shot down by 5 Me109 .. Captain HALLOPEAU is killed.  
HALMA Robert - Jacques
Sergeant
Observer
Killed on 17 may 1940 in aerial combat: his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°61, is shot down by German fighters. The crew is killed.

Cited posthumously in the order of the air force with the award of the war cross with palm.

Born on February 1, 1919 in Chartres (28 - Eure et Loir)
HAMEL
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
   
HANOTEL
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/12
Machine-Gunner
Killed by accident on January 12, 1940    
HANRAS
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
Potez 633 No. 24R was shot down by the Flak on May 22, 1940. Sergeant HANRAS parachuted and taken prisoner.    
HARDY Maxime
Sergeant
GB I/62
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
HARENT
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/21
Killed by accident on May 10, 1940    
HEGRON Edouard
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
"- The Potez 633 No. 27R is damaged by german fighters on May 26, 1940. The aircraft will be destroyed later.The crew is unscathed.
- The Breguet 693 n ° 72 is shot down by the Flak on June 12, 1940. The crew is unharmed. "
 
HENQUEL
Chief Warrant Officer
Radio
The Leo 451 No. 3022, badly damaged by Fighters on June 6, 1940, is forced to land in the countryside. It explodes shortly after landing. The crew is injured.    
HENRY Edouard
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
He joined the air force in 1918 as a cadet pilot and served as an NCO from 1919 to 1940.
In March 1940, Sub-Lieutenant HENRY will carry out 2 weeks of tests at Béni-Ounif, in the southern Algerian desert.
On 12 May 1940, the Breguet 693 n° 7 was shot down by flak during a ground attack and the crew was taken prisoner.
He will end his career as commander of BA 117.
Born in Saint-Aigulin in Charente-Maritime.
 
HENRY Franck
Lieutenant
GB I/19
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
HERBIET Charles
Adjutant
Pilot
On April 1, 1940, an Amiot 143 is touched by the Flak and must land in Luxembourg. The crew fire the plane before being interned. Adjutant HERBIER is slightly injured.  
HERIARD-DUBREUIL Marc
Captain
Cder 1st Sqn.
Cder of Group
Pilot

On June 13, 1940, the Leo 451 No. 276 was shot down by Fighters. The crew parachutes. Sub-Lieutenant LEFAGE is killed: his parachute does not open. Captain HERIARD-DUBREUIL is unscathed.

Citation with attribution of the war cross with palm

 
HERROU
Chief-Warrant Officer
GB I/25
Machine-gunner
         
HERVIER Paul
Chief Warrant Officer
Machine-Gunner
"- On May 26, 1940, a Potez 633 hit by the Flak crashed on landing and the crew was unscathed.
 - When returning from a mission, the Breguet 693 Nb 48, damaged by the Flak on June 8, 1940, crashed on landing. Chief Warrant Officer HERVIER is injured.
- The Breguet 693 n ° 72 is shot down by the Flak on June 12, 1940. The crew is unharmed. "
 
HEUZEEL
Commander
   
HIRSCH Maurice
Captain
Pilot
On May 16, 1940, the LeO 451 n°27 was destroyed by the Flak. Captain HIRSCH, injured, parachutes.  
 
HIRSCH Robert
Sergeant
GB I/21
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 8, 1940    
HOBART
Lieutenant
GB I/21
   
HOFFMANN Gabriel
Sergeant
GB I/34
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 21, 1940    
HONORE
Commander
GB I/32
   
HOSPITAL Lucien
Adjutant
GB I/25
Radio-navigator
       
HOUBERT Valentin
Chief Warrant Officer
Machine-Gunner
     
HOUDENOT
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/21
Radio
Wounded in aerial combat on May 28, 1940    
HOUPERT
Commander
GB II/19
   
HOURTIC Henri
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
On 20 May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°106, was shot down by the Hunt and flak. He managed to parachute down, but was seriously wounded and had to have one leg amputated.

Listed in the special roll of the Legion of Honour.
with the award of the war cross with palm.

Born on September 9, 1914 in Arcachon. (33 - Gironde)
HUET Pierre
Sub-Lieutenant
GB II/11
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on June 23, 1940    
HUGON Maurice - Charles
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
On June 22, 1940, his aircraft is destroyed by accident. The crew is killed. Born on 11/03/1915 in Peschadoires (63 - puy de Dôme)
 
HUGONNIER
Chief Warrant Officer
Machine-Gunner
On June 15, 1940, a Breguet 693 was damaged by the Flak, the Pilot poses in the countryside where it is burned. Chief Warrant Officer HUGONNIER is injured.    
HUGOT Paul
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/12
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on May 14, 1940    
HUMBERT Roger
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/15
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 30, 1940    
HUSSON Marcel
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/12
       
HYVERT-DE-LIGNAC Henri
Sergeant
GB II/19
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 24, 1940    
IZERN François
Adjutant
Machine-Gunner
- May 21, 1940, the Potez 633 No. 36R severely hit by the flak, crashes on landing on his land.The crew is unscathed.
 - June 14, 1940, the Breguet 693 Nb 81, badly damaged by a Me109, crashes on landing: Adjutant IZERN is seriously injured.
 
JACOB
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
and
Cder 4th Sqn.
   
JACQUEMIN Edouard
Master-Corporal
GB I/12
Cannoneer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 14, 1940    
JACQUET Lucien
Sub-Lieutenant
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 11, 1940  
 
JACQUET Marc
Lieutenant
       
JACQUOT Charles
Sergeant
Radio
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
JANNOT Gaston
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
         
JAUBERT
Sergeant
GB II/62
Machine-Gunner
Wounded by accident on June 12, 1940    
JAVELET Jacques
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
     
JEAN Henri Simon
Lieutenant
Crew Chief   Born in Toulon on 17 March 1915.
Died on 9 May 2000
 
JEAN André
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/23
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
JEANNE
Sub-Lieutenant
Observer
   
JEUNET Marc
Captain
Pilot and Squadron Commander
- The Breguet 693 n°32 is shot down by 3 Me109 on June 5, 1940, it crashes on the ground. The crew is seriously injured.
Born in Rully in Saone et Loire.
JOBERT Marcel
Captain
GB I/63
   
JOLY
Caporal
GBA I/54
Mort en mission
       
JOLY
Lieutenant
Leaves GBA Group I/54 in mid-November 1939        
JOLY Claude
Adjutant
 
JOLY Marcel
Lieutenant
GB II/31
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on September 9, 1939    
JONOUX André
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On June 5, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°31, damaged by german fighters, crashes while attempting to land. Staff-Sergeant JONOUX is wounded.  
JOUAN
Sergent
Porté disparu
 
   
JOURDON Charles
Adjutant
GB I/62
Pilot
       
JUILLAGUER
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
   
JULIEN Georges
Captain
GB I/34
Observer
   
JULLIAN Gérard
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/34
Chief of Board
       
KALENSKY
Sergeant
GB I/23
Nationalité Tchèque. Wounded by accident on May 25, 1940    
KASTLER
Lieutenant
Observer
On April 1, 1940, an Amiot 143 is touched by the Flak and must land in Luxembourg. The crew fire the plane before being interned. Lieutenant KASTLER is unhurt.    
KERRIEN Roger
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
Cited in the order of the Air Force with the attribution of the Cross of War with Palm. Born on March 31, 1917 in Toulon (83 - Var)    
KES-LOMBARDIE
Sergeant
       
KIRSCH
Sergeant
Radio
On April 1, 1940, an Amiot 143 is touched by the Flak and must land in Luxembourg. The crew fire the plane before being interned. Sergeant KIRSCH is unharmed    
KNIPPING
Captain
   
KRUMENACKER
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot