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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
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Photo
Fiches Indiv.
Citations
LAB
Captain
   
LABARRE
Lieutenant
   
LABERTY Lucien
Sergeant
cannoneer

On June 6, 1940, the No. 451 No. 150 was shot down by Fighters during an attack on a column of enemy armoured vehicles. The crew is killed.

Posthumous citation with the attribution of the war cross with palm.

Born on 08 January 1914 in Arudy (64 - Pyrénées-Atlantiques)  
LABICHE Pierre - lucien
Chief Warrant Officer
cannoneer

On June 6, 1940, the Leo 451 No. 3007 was shot down by Fighters. The crew is killed

Posthumous citation with the attribution of the war cross with palm.

Born on 3rd May 1903 in Bar-le-Duc (51 - Marne)  
LACAT Roger
Captain
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 695 n°7 was accidentally destroyed on landing on June 15, 1940. Captain LACAT is wounded    
LACHAUX André
Captain
GB II/23
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on June 13, 1940    
LACHEVRE
Captain
GB II/15
Commander of the 3rd Sqn.of GB II/15    
LACOMBE Albert
Sergeant
GB I/25
Pilot
       
LACOSTE
Captain
GB II/21
   
LACOURIE Guy
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/19
Pilot
Wounded and taken prisoner on May 22, 1940    
LACROIX
Master-Corporal
Machine-Gunner
The Potez 633 No. 34R was shot down by the Flak on May 20, 1940. He made a makeshift landing in the field. The crew, unharmed, is taken prisoner.    
LAFAGE André - Jean
Sub-Lieutenant
Crew Chief

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. Sub-Lieutenant LEFAGE is killed: his parachute does not open.

Posthumous citation, with the attribution of the War Cross with Palm.

Born on 05 November 1917 in Rambervillers (88 - Vosges)    
LAFARGUE Maurice
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/21
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 24, 1940    
LAFITTE Vincent
Lieutenant
GB I/21
Pilot
   
LAGRAVIERE
Captain
   
LAJULE pierre
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/19
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
LALLOZ
Master-Corporal
GB I/12
Radio
Killed by accident on February 25, 1940    
LAMBERT
Commander
GB I/25
   
LAMBERT Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
Radio
Killed in aerial combat on May 17, 1940    
LAMBLIN Maurice
Lieutenant
GB I/34
Observer
Taken prisoner on October 15, 1939    
LAMI René
Sergeant
Pilot
Patented as a tourist pilot in 1937, he gave up his studies at the Arts et Métiers to join the Air Force in April 1938. He was trained at the flying school of Angers and Istres before joining the GBA II/54 after the declaration of War.
- On 16 May 1940, Breguet 693 No. 30 was shot down by Flak. The crew was taken prisoner.
Born in Paimboeuf in loire Atlantique.
 
LAMOUR
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 693 n°33 was hit by the Flak on May 18, 1940, but managed to return to the field. Sergeant LAMOUR was injured.  
 
LAMY Fernand
Lieutenant
GB I/21
Observer
       
LAMY
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
- The Breguet 693 No. 44 severely hit by Me109 30 May 30, 1940, will be destroyed. The crew is unscathed.
- On June 7, 1940, the Breguet 693 Nb 77 severely damaged by the flak, crashes landing on return on his land. The crew is unscathed.
- On June 12, 1940, Breguet 693 No. 68 was shot down by the Flak on June 12, 1940. Sergeant LAMY was wounded.
   
LANGLOIS René
Lieutenant
GB I/62
Pilote
Wounded in aerial combat on May 26, 1940
Wounded and taken prisoner on June 12, 1940
   
LARGEAUD
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/12
       
LAROCHE Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/23
Pilot
Killed by accident on May 25, 1940    
LATAILLADE Jean
Lieutenant
Pilot
   
   
LAURETTE Robert
Lieutenant
GB I/12
Chief of Board
       
LAVENNE Pierre
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/23
Killed by accident on May 25, 1940    
LAVEYSSIERE
Sub-Lieutenant
           
LAVOLLEY Maurice - Louis
Adjutant
Navigator Bombardier
On May 18, 1940, his aircraft was shot down by the Flak during a German armored attack. Adjutant LAVOLLEY is killed. Born on 19/02/1911 in Angers (49 - Maine et Loire)
 
LEBEAU Georges - René
Sergeant
Pilot
On June 22, 1940 his aircraft is destroyed by accident. The crew is killed. Born on 08/05/1901 in Villers Saint Benvist (89 - Yonne)  
LEBEAUPIN Henri
Sergeant
GB I/12
Radio-Machine-Gunner
Wounded and taken prisoner on May 14, 1940    
LEBERT
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On June 7, 1940, Breguet 693 n°33 was shot down by German Fighters. The unharmed crew parachutes.    
LEBOURG Philéas
Lieutenant
Pilot
On June 7, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°67 was damaged by the Flak during an attack of armored vehicles, and must land retracted train. The crew is unscathed.    
LEBRUN Roger
Sub-Lieutenant
Crew Chief
Born February 22, 1915 in Versailles.
On December 3, 1939, Amiot 143 n° 110, caught in the fog, crashes in a Jura forest. Sub-Lieutenant LEBRUN was killed along with 3 other crew members who were buried in Pontarlier.
His body was exhumed on 15 December 1948 and reburied in the Chaville cemetery.
Born on February 22, 1915
at Versailles
Died on December 3, 1939
 
LECARME
Captain
GB I/12
Crew Chief
   
LECLERC Marie - François - Robert
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/34
Pilote
Born March 24, 1916 in Paris. Pilot's license n°26189 delivered on March 18, 1938, he will be demobilized on August 20, 1940.
Born on March 24, 1916 at Paris
 
LECLERC
Chief Warrant Officer
Radio
On May 16, 1940, at the start of a mission, the Amiot 143 No 136 crashes after a power failure. Chief Warrant Officer LECLERC is injured.    
LE COQ DE KERLAND
Sergeant
Pilot
On June 6, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°27 was shot down by german fighters. Sergeant LE-COQ-DE-KERLAND is injured.    
LECOQ
Commander
GB II/23
   
LE-CORRE
Lieutenant
GB I/63
   
LEFAGE André
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/11
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on June 13, 1940    
LEFEVRE
Captain
GB I/32
   
LEFEVRE Germain
Sergeant
GB I/34
Mécanicien
Killed by accident on June 20, 1940    
LEFEVRE
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
   
LEFORT Henri
Colonel
GB I/12 or GB II/12
Commander of Bombardment Group
       
LEFROID Jacques
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
The Breguet 693 n°78 was shot down by german fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew was killed.    
LE-GALL André
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/63
Machine-Gunner
   
LEGER
Corporal
May 31, 1940, his aircraft is touched by the Flak: The Corporal LEGER is wounded    
LE-GOFF
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
The Breguet 693 Nb 61 severely damaged by Me109 on June 5, 1940, crashed back on his land. Sergeant Chief LE-GOFF is unscathed.    
LE-GOFF Georges
Sergeant
GB I/19
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 7, 1940    
LE-GOYAT Yves
Master-Corporal
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 17, 1940    
LEGRAND
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/34
Machine-Gunner Avant
   
LEGRAND Henri
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/12
cannoneer
Killed in aerial combat on May 20, 1940    
LEGRAND Pierre
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
  - May 31, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°35 is shot down by 6 Me109. Sub-Lieutenant LEGRAND is unharmed.
- June 7, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°1 is shot down by 12 Me109 ... The crew is killed.
   
LEGROS
Adjutant
Machine-Gunner
   
LE-GUELLEC Pierre
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
On 17 May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°122, was shot down by Flak. Staff Sergeant LE-GUELLEC was the only survivor of the crew.  
 
LEHRMANN Charles
Sergeant
GB I/12
       
LELEU
Lieutenant
Pilot
On May 12, 1940, Breguet 693 n°19 was shot down by the Flak during a ground attack. Lieutenant LELEU, unharmed, is taken prisoner.    
LELONG André
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 693 n°92 is shot down by 2 Me109 on June 9, 1940. Staff Sergeant LELONG is killed.    
LEMAIRE André
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/12
Crew Chief
Wounded in aerial combat on May 16, 1940    
LE-MARCHAND-DE-TRIGON Yves
Sub-Lieutenant
GB II/63
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 7, 1940    
LE-MEZO Michel
Sergeant
GB II/31
cannoneer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
LEMOINE Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
Bombardment Group nb 2
Radio - Machine-Gunner
       
LE-PAPE
Sub-Lieutenant
Crew Chief
On June 22, 1940,his aircraft is destroyed by accident. The crew is killed.    
LE-PORS
Sergent-chef
Machine-gunner
Was present at the unit in 1937, and took part in the first assault bombing tests on Mureaux 117, at the Reims CEAM.
 
   
LERAT Maurice
Sub-Lieutenant
GB I/25
Pilot
       
LEROY Lucien
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/12
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 14, 1940    
LESUEUR Robert
Master-Corporal
Radio
       
LEVEQUE Pierre
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
     
LEVRAY
Sergeant
       
LIGNON Jean
Sergeant
GB II/11
Cannonier
Killed in aerial combat on June 23, 1940    
LOISELEUX Daniel
Adjutant
GB II/31
Pilot
   
LOMBARD
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
Potez 633 No. 27R was damaged by German fighters on May 26, 1940. The aircraft was destroyed later. The crew is unscathed.    
LORTSCHER
Sergeant
 
   
LOUSORI
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/62
Pilot
Wounded by accident on June 12, 1940    
LOYER Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/15
Bombardier
Killed in aerial combat on May 30, 1940    
LUCAS jean
Master-Corporal
Machine-Gunner 
On December 15, 1939, the Bloch MB 210 No. 183, caught by the frost, crashes during a flight of displacement. Master Corporal LUCAS is killed.