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1001 Bombardment crew members are listed below in alphabetical order.

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Name
Rank
Unit
Post
Informations
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Photo
Indiv. Card
Citations
QUANAUX Robert
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/19
Radio - Machine-Gunner
       
QUEMENER
Chief Warrant Officer
 
   
QUERAT
Commander
GB I/15
   
QUERETTE
Captain
GB I/62
   
QUIDEAU Corentin - Jean-Marie
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
On 20 May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°95, attacked by the fighter, hit a ME109 and crashed with it. The crew was killed.

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

Born on May 27th 1917 in Plobannec-Lesconil (29 - Finistère)
RABOUIN Roger
Lieutenant
Chief of Board
       
RAILLARD Charles
Lieutenant
GB I/12
Crew Chief
Killed by accident on June 5, 1940    
RANNOUX
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/11
Killed in aerial combat on June 13, 1940    
RAOUL Louis
Sub-lieutenant
Crew Chief
On 16 May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n° 27, was destroyed by Flak. Sub Lieutenant RAOUL, wounded, jumps by parachute.    
RAOUL Louis
Staff-Sergeant
GB II/21
Radio
On 16 May 1940, his aircraft was destroyed by Flak. Sub Lieutenant RAOUL, wounded, jumps by parachute.    
RAPOPORT Eugène
Sub-lieutenant
GB II/31
Crew Chief
   
RAUCH
Captain
Cder 3rd Sqn.
   
RAVAS
Commander
Cder of Group
   
RAVENEAU victor
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/19
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 5, 1940    
REGNAULT Raymond
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
At the beginning of 1940, he took part in the experimentation of the Amiot 354 in Marignane, France.
On May 18, 1940, his aircraft was shot down by the Flak during a German armored attack. Sergeant-Sergeant REGNAULT, wounded, parachutes himself and will be taken prisoner.
 
REGNOUX
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot  
Wounded on 19 September 1939: his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°7, is destroyed on take-off following an engine failure.  
 
RENARD Auguste - Adrien
Staff-Sergeant
Observer
- GB II/34 : 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. The CHief Warrant Officer RENARD is unscathed.
- GB I/31 : 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 unhurt and was the only survivor.

He was killed on 02 March 1945 over Germany while serving in the RAF.

Legion of Honour: Cited to the order of the Air Force, with the award of the Cross of War with palm

Born on August 04th 1904 in Magneville (50 - Manche)
RENAUDIE Maurice
Chief Warrant Officer
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 693 Nb 10 was shot down by the flak during a ground attack on May 12, 1940. The Chief Warrant Officer RENAUDIE was killed.    
RENAULT Guy
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 693 n°54 crashes on June 7, 1940 after being attacked by 8 Me109. The crew is seriously injured.  
RENDU
Lieutenant
GB II/35
   
RENNESSON Roger
Captain
GB II/31
Chief of Board
   
RESSEGUIER Léo
Sub-Lieutenant
GB II/31
Pilote
       
REY René
Sergeant
GB II/31
Cannoneer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 31, 1940    
REY Marc
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/63
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 9, 1940    
REYNAUD Jean-Louis
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/62
Machine-Gunner
He will be killed on November 1, 1943 at sea, under the colors of FAFL      
REYRE
Chief-Warrant Offier
         
RICHARD
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
Was present at the unit in 1937, and took part in the first assault bombing tests on Mureaux 117, at the Reims CEAM.
The Breguet 693 No. 10 was shot down by flak during a ground attack on 12 May 1940. Chief Warrant Officer RICHARD, wounded, was taken prisoner.
 
 
RICHE Philippe
Sub-lieutenant
GB I/12
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on June 10, 1940    
RIEDEL Frédéric
Chief Warrant Officer
GB I/38 or GB II/38
Pilot
       
RIGAUX Maurice
Sub-lieutenant
GB I/62
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
RIGOURD Arsène
Sub-lieutenant
Crew Chief
On 17th May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°61, was destroyed by the German Fighter Force. The crew is killed.

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

Born on August 29, 1918 in Saint-Onen La Chapelle (35 - Finistère)
RISSE
Captain
GB I/12
GB II/31
   
RITZ
Staff-Sergeant
GB I/12
Cannoneer
Taken prisoner on May 11, 1940    
RIVET Omer
Lieutenant
Pilot and Squadron Commander
Joined the French Air Force in 1930. Born in Nachamps in Charente Maritime.
ROBERT
Sergeant
Pilot
         
ROCABOY François
Captain
 
ROCHAIS Paul
Staff-Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
During an attack of tanks, the Breguet 693 n ° 69 is shot down by Me109 on June 9, 1940: the crew is killed.    
ROCHER André
Captain
Crew Chief
Killed in aerial combat on May 17, 1940 : The n°451 Leo 40 was shot down by the Flak on May 17, 1940. The crew was killed.  
 
ROCHEREAU Camille
Chief-Warrant Officer
           
ROGER
Corporal
Radio
On 20th May 1940, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°106, was shot down by Flak and the German Fighter. Slightly wounded, he had to parachute.    
ROLLAND
Sub-lieutenant
GB II/23
Pilot
- May 30, 1940, the Potez 633 No. 17G is shot down by 5 Me109. Second Lieutenant ROLLAND is unharmed.
- On the return of a mission, the Breguet 693 n ° 52, damaged by the Flak on June 8, 1940, crashes on landing: the crew is unscathed.
- On June 9, 1940, the Breguet 693 No. 49 is shot down by 9 Me109. Second Lieutenant ROLLAND is injured.
   
ROQUES Claude
Sergeant
GB II/21
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 25, 1940    
ROQUES Gilbert
Staff-Sergeant
Radio
Killed in aerial combat on May 20, 1940 : The Leo 451 n°37 was shot down by Me109 on May 20, 1940. The crew was killed.    
ROSE Marcel - Jean-Baptiste
Staff-Sergeant
Cannoneer
The LéO 451 n ° 116 is shot down by Fighters on May 31, 1940. The Staff-Sergeant ROSE is extracted seriously wounded from the apparatus but will die soon after. Born on 30 August 1912 in Boulogne-sur-Mer (62 - Pas-de-Calais)  
ROSENTAL Libérato
Adjutant
Radio
Adjutant ROSENTAL was killed on 19 May 1940 during a bombardment of the field by the enemy Air Force .

Cited posthumously in the order of the Air Force without the award of the war cross with palm.

Born on April 11, 1940 in Buenos Aires (Argentina)    
ROSSELOT
Staff-Sergeant
Pilote
     
ROSTAND
Sub-lieutenant
Pilot
On 21 May 1940, the Breguet 693 No. 17 crashed by accident on take-off. After the crash, Staff Sergeant FRIN, apparently unhurt, tried to free his immobile pilot, assisted by a corporal from the rescue team, but the bombs exploded . All three men are killed.    
ROSTAND Michel
Sub-lieutenant
Pilot
On May 22, 1940, the Breguet 693 No.25 was shot down by the Flak during the attack of a motorized column. The crew is killed.  
ROUFF Pierre
Captain
Pilot and Cder 3rd Sqn.
 
ROUGIEUX Jean
Captain
GB II/21
Pilot
   
ROURE
Sub-lieutenant
GB I/23
Crew Chief
Killed by accident on May 24, 1940    
ROUSSEAU Pierre
Sub-lieutenant
GB I/12
Crew Chief
   
ROUX
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
The Breguet 693 Nb 4 was shot down by the Flak during a ground attack on May 12, 1940. Sergeant ROUX, seriously wounded, was taken prisoner.    
ROY
Candidate Officer
Radio
On 6th October 1939, his aircraft, the LeO 451 n°6, badly damaged by the fighter and the German Flak, was forced to land in flames in the German lines and the wounded aspirant ROY was taken prisoner.

He was cited in the order of the Air Force with attribution of the Cross of War with palm.

 
ROZOY
Staff-Sergeant
Mechanic
Wounded by accident on November 13, 1939 : the LEO 451 n°1 took off to join Oran, struck a Bloch MB210 on the ground and crashed.    
RUTH
Commander