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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
NADAUD Michel
Staff-Sergeant
  Cited to the Order of the Wing, with the attribution of the War Cross with Bronze Star  
 
NATTA Maurice
Adjutant
Radio
Wounded in aerial combat on May 11, 1940    
NEVRAUMONT Jean
Sergeant
Pilot
- The Breguet 693 n°63 crashes after an aerial combat on June 6, 1940. Sergeant NIEVREMONT is unscathed.
 - On June 13, 1940, his aircraft, a Breguet 693 is shot down by the Flak. The crew is unharmed. "
   
N'GUYEN
Sous-lieutenant
GB I/23
Crew Chief
   
NICOT Jean
Captain
Pilot
- May 21, 1940, Potez 633 No. 36R severely hit by the flak, crashes landing on his ground. The crew is unscathed.
- June 14, 1940, the Breguet 693 Nb 81, badly damaged by a Me109, crashes on landing: Captain NICOT is unscathed.
 
NODET Maurice
Captain
GB I/63
Pilot
   
NOMERANGE Marcel
Sergeant
GB I/34
Radio
Wounded and taken prisoner on October 15, 1939    
NORMAND Roger
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
On May 12, 1940, Breguet 693 n°22 was severely hit by the Flak during an attack on the ground. Scoured by bullets, he manages to return to the field, but the Aircraft is destroyed. The crew is unscathed  
OCCIS Georges - Louis
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
On May 14, 1940, his aircraft was shot down by the Flak. Staff Sergeant OCCIS is killed. Born on 27/04/1913 in Conty (80 - Somme)
OEILLARD
Sergeant
Machine-gunner Dorsal
On May 16, 1940, his aircraft was hit by the Flak, while he attacked for the 5th time an armored vehicle. The aircraft manages to regain the ground but is unusable. Sergeant OEILLARD is seriously injured.    
OLIVERES Marcel - Joseph
Adjutant
Radio
- Killed on 8 June 1940 during a night mission. His aircraft, the LeO 451 n°3006, hit by flak, lost its way and fell into the sea off Les Sables-d'Olonne. The crew was killed except for Staff Sergeant RENARD who was the only survivor. Born on April 1, 1915 in Cherbourg (50 - Manche)
ORANGE André
Lieutenant
GB I/34
Crew Chief
   
OUDOT
         
OULES
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/25
Mechanic
         
PAGANELLI Jean
Master-Corporal
GB I/25
Radio
       
PAILLOUX Jean
Lieutenant
GB I/15
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 30, 1940    
PAINCHAUX Pierre
Sous-Lieutenant
GB I/62
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on 6 June 1940    
PALMADE François
Sous-Lieutenant
GB I/19
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
PANAY Emile
Sergeant
Machine-gunner
Wounded on 17 May 1940, aboard the LeO 451 n°74, shot down by German fighters.  
PANIER Henri
Sergeant
GB II/62
Machine-gunner
Killed in aerial combat on June 12, 1940    
PANTENIER Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/31
Radio
Leaves GBA Group I/54 in mid-November 1939 to join GB II/31        
PARIS Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/21
Radio
Killed in aerial combat on May 25, 1940    
PASCALY Robert
Sous-Lieutenant
Machine-gunner
The Breguet 693 n°86 is shot down by german fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew is killed.  
PASQUIER Armand
Sergeant
Pilot
Born November 3, 1916 in Samoens (Haute-Savoie)
On 3 December 1939, Amiot 143 No. 110, caught in the fog, crashes into a Jura forest. Sergeant PASQUIER was killed along with 3 other crew members who were buried in Pontarlier.
His body was exhumed on 15 December 1948 and re-interred in Langres cemetery (Haute-Marne).
Born on November 3, 1916
at Samoens
Died on December 3, 1939
 
PASTEAU Robert
Captain
GB II/21
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on May 25, 1940    
PAULET Georges - Antoine
Sub-Lieutenant
Crew Chief

On June 6, 1940, the No. 451 No. 150 was shot down by Fighters. The crew is killed.

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

Born in March 1914 in Marseille (13 - Bouches-du-Rhône)
PAULIN Jean
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
The Breguet 693 n°79 is shot down by the Flak on June 13, 1940 during the attack of an armored column. The crew is killed.    
PAUMIER Alphonse
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
PECASTAIN
Sous-Lieutenant
Pilot
         
PECH Raymond
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/34
Machine-gunner
Killed by accident on June 20, 1940    
PECHERANT
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
         
PELLETIER
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/15 or GB II/15
Pilot
       
PENNE
Adjutant
GB II/62
Machine-Gunner
       
PERNET Michel
Captain
Crew Chief
On April 11, 1940, Bloch MB 210 No. 181, crashed on takeoff. The PERNET captain is killed.    
PERONNE
Lieutenant
Observer
         
PERRIGOUARD André
Chief Warrant Officer
Observer
On 16 May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°27, was destroyed by Flak. Chief Warrant Officer PERRIGOUARD, wounded, jumps by parachute.  
 
PERROT-DE-THANNBERG Guy
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Military pilot scholarship at the Ecole d'Angers in March 1934.
- The Breguet 693 n°1013 was damaged by German Fighters on June 6, 1940, but managed to regain his ground Staff-Sergeant DE-THANNBERG is unscathed
- June 7, 1940, the Breguet 693 n°1011 is damaged by the Flak, but managed to land on a piece of land in Saint André de l'Eure, and the Staff Sergeant DE-THANNBERG was unscathed.
- The Breguet 693 n°46 was shot down by the Flak on June 9, 1940. The crew, unscathed, burned the aircraft before leaving it on the spot.
Born in Paris
PETERMANN Francis
Sergeant
GB II/23
Pilot
Taken prisoner on June 13, 1940    
PETIT
Staff-Sergeant
           
PETIT Raymond
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Wounded in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
PETITGUILLAUME Henri
Captain
GB II/35
The Breguet 693 No. 53 was damaged by the Flak on 13 June 1940, the pilot landed it in the field where the aircraft was set on fire. Captain PETITGUILLAUME was unhurt. He will be deputy to the Group Commander from May 19, 1940.  
PETITPAIN Pierre
Staff-Sergeant
GBA II/35
Machine-gunner
Joined the Air Force in July 1933, he is patented machine-gunner in 1936 in Cazaux. Assigned to GB II/35, he rejected the GBA I/54, 1st Squadron in May 1940, after the losses suffered by this group.
The Breguet 693 n°53 is damaged by the Flak on June 13, 1940, the Pilot poses it in campaign where the Aircraft is set on fire. Staff Sergeant PETITPAIN is injured.
Born in Condé en Brie
PETTON Guillaume
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/31
Machine-gunner
Killed in aerial combat on September 9, 1939    
PEYRON Pierre
Staff-Sergeant
Radio

LeO 451 No. 116 was shot down by Fighters on May 31, 1940. Sergeant Cef PEYRON parachuted too low and was killed on the ground.

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

Born on 16 October 1919 in Privas (07 - Ardèche)
PHILIPPOT Robert
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/63
Machine-Gunner
       
PICART Joseph
Adjutant
GB II/19
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
PIERRE Jules
Sergeant
GB I/25
Flight Mechanic
       
PIGELET Pierre - Jules
Sub-lieutenant
Navigator
He was killed on 8 May 1944 over Germany while fighting in the RAF. Born on February 20, 1909 in Chateauroux (36 - Indre)
   
PILATE Jean
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
     
PILON Francisque
Sub-lieutenant
GB I/15 or GB II/15
Pilot and Chief of board
       
PINON Théophile
Adjutant
GB II/31
Cannoneer
       
PINTEAUX Robert
Lieutenant
Pilote
       
PIOGER Raoul
Chief Warrant Officer
GB II/31
Radio
Killed by mistake on May 18, 1940    
PIOLLET
Commander
GB I/62
   
PIRONNEAU henri
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/12
Radio-Machine-gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 16, 1940    
PLANTIER Jules
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/62
Pilot
Wounded in aerial combat on May 26, 1940    
PLESSIEZ
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-gunner
The Breguet 693 n°70 was damaged by the Flak on June 9, 1940, and crashed to the ground: the crew was wounded ..    
PLIQUE
Captain
GB II/23
   
PLOU Jean
Commander
Pilot
On May 12, 1940, Breguet 693 n°14 was shot down by the flak during a ground attack. The crew, unharmed, is taken prisoner.    
POCHART Laurent
Adjutant
Pilot

Killed on 14 April 1940 aboard the Leo 451 n° 111 : his plane crashed during a training flight at low altitude.

Cited to the Order of the Wing, with the award of the War Cross with Bronze Star

Military Medal: Posthumously awarded to the Order of the Air Wing, without the award of the War Cross.

Born on November 4, 1912 in Saint-Pierre Quilbignon (29 - Finistère)
POGNOT Raoul
Sous-Lieutenant
GB I/12
Pilot
Killed by accident on February 25, 1940    
POHER
Sous-lieutenant
GB II/11
Killed in aerial combat on June 13, 1940    
POILANE
Adjutant
Pilot
Adutant Poilane took part in the Group's first mission, on 9 September 1939, over Germany.        
POILBOUT
Chief Warrant Officer
Machine-gunner
On May 31, 1940, Breguet 693 n°35 was shot down by 6 Me109. The Chief Warrant Officer POILBOUT parachutes himself and is taken prisoner.    
POITROT
Adjutant
Machine-gunner
On May 12, 1940, Breguet 693 n°14 was shot down by the flak during a ground attack. The crew, unharmed, is taken prisoner.  
 
POLLET Georges
Lieutenant
GB I/63
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 9, 1940    
POMARD
Sergeant
GB II/62
Killed by accident on June 17, 1940    
PONS
Sous-Lieutenant
Pilot
On May 16, 1940, at the start of a mission, the Amiot 143 No 136 crashes after a power failure. Sub-Lieutenant PONS is unscathed.    
PONS
Sergeant
GB II/62
Machine-gunner
Wounded in aerial combat on June 12, 1940    
PONSIN Jean
Lieutenant
Crew Chief
   
PONSOT Paul
Sergeant
Mechanic
On April 11, 1940, Bloch MB 210 No. 181, crashed on takeoff. Sergeant PONSOT is killed.  
POULITOU
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/35
GBA II/35
Machine-gunner  
On June 3, 1940, the Breguet 691 N°60 was destroyed by accident during a training flight: the crew was killed.    
POUPART
Commander
GB II/11
   
POURKAT
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/62
Machine-gunner
Wounded and taken prisoner on June 12, 1940    
PRAT
Captain
GB I/21
   
PRE Roland
Lieutenant
GB II/31
Crew Chief
   
PRENEZ
Adjutant
Radio
Wounded by accident on June 9, 1940    
PRETOT
Sergeant
       
PROTEAU Marc
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/31
Cannoneer
   
PROVOOST Jean
Captain
GB II/19
Pilot
   
PUECH Raymond - Pierre
Lieutenant
Crew Chief

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 18th May 1914 in Gaillac (80 - Somme)
PUISSESSEAU Gustave
Lieutenant
GB I/15
Crew Chief
   
PUIVIF
Sergeant
GB I/21
Radio