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980 Reconnaissance crew members are listed bellow in alphabetical order.

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Name
Rank
Unit
Post
Informations
Civil-statut
Photo
Indiv. Card
Citations
CADOUX
Corporal
Machine-Gunner
On November 7, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 N° 31, attacked by 9 Me109 must land on the belly .. Corporal CADOUX is killed during the fight.    
CAMBEFORT Jacques
Sub-Lieutenant
GR II/36
GAO 517
Observer
Mentioned in the official journal of October 28th 1940 for two missions carried out within the GR II/36 on April 1st and May 26th 1940. He also belonged to GAO 517 (see photo), without precise date to date
Born on 4 September 1911 in Salvagnac (81 - Tarn)
Died on 6 April 1983
 
CAMPMAS
Master-Corporal
Machine-Gunner
 
 
CANONNE
Sergeant
Pilot
On September 6, 1939, returning from a night mission in bad weather, the Potez 637 No.47 must land in the campaign on the belly and is destroyed.The crew is unscathed.    
CANONNE Jean
Staff-Sergeant
Observer
Killed aboard Le Mureaux 115 n ° 57 shot by German Fighters on May 19, 1940.  
CANTENER Henri
Lieutenant
GR I/33
Pilot
   
CAPDEVIELLE
Sergeant
GAO I/551
Machine-Gunner
   
CAPDEVILLE
Sub-Lieutenant
GR I/22
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on September 17, 1939    
CAPPOEN
Lieutenant
GAO I/520
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on September 10, 1939    
CARASSOU-MAILLAN Jean
Staff-Sergeant
GR II/55
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 18, 1940    
CARCAUT André
Lieutenant
GR II/55
Pilot
       
CARDON Roger
Adjutant
GAO II/520
Machine-Gunner
Wounded in aerial combat on May 20, 1940    
CAREUR
Corporal
Machine-Gunner
   
   
CARLIER
Lieutenant
Observer
   
CAROL
Captain
4th Squadron leader
   
CARTERON Georges
1st class soldier
GAO 586
Assistant Mechanic / Machine Gunner
Accidentally killed on May 8, 1940 aboard Potez 630 No. 43 on the basis of El Aouina (Tunisia)  
 
CASES
Staff-Sergeant
GAO I/584
Pilot
   
CASTELLANA Gratien - Amédée
Lieutenant
Pilot
Killed aboard the Potez 637 n°14, shot December 21, 1939 by ,,, 2 British Hurricane, deceived by the silhouette of the Potez very similar to that of the German Me110. Born on December 12, 1915 in Perpignan (66 - Pyrénées Orientales)
CASTERAN Roger
Chief-Warrant-Officer
GAO I/520
Pilot
       
CASTRE Daniel
Sergeant
Pilot
On May 15, 1940, his aircraft, Potez 63-11 n°192 was hit by the Flak. The pilot manages to land in a field, but Lieutenant CASTRES is injured.  
CATHALA Adrien
Chief Warrant Officer
GR II/36
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 22, 1940    
CATON Max
Lieutenant
GR I/33
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on October 16, 1939  
 
CATOT
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On October 3, 1939, his aircraft, the Mureaux 115 No. 39 crashed accidentally: the crew was unscathed    
CATTOEN Arthur
Staff-Sergeant
GR I/22
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 10, 1940    
CAUJOLLES Joseph
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 517
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 4, 1940    
CAUQUILL
Sergeant
GR I/36
Machine-Gunner
   
CAZENAVE
Captain
GAO II/551
Observer
   
CAZENAVE
Sergeant
GR I/36
Pilot
Taken prisoner on May 19, 1940    
CECCALDI André
Captain
GR II/55
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 24, 1940    
CHABERT
Staff-Sergeant
GR I/33
Radio - Machine-Gunner
 
   
CHAILA Georges
Captain
GR I/35
Observer
Observer Officer seconded to the Group on September 9, 1940        
CHALARD Michel
Sergeant
GR I/35
Pilot
   
CHAMPAGNE Eugène
Adjutant
GR I/36
Pilot
       
CHAMPEAUX Eugène
Sub-Lieutenant
Pilot
Sub-Lieutenant CHAMPEAUX will be killed on 30/12/1941 in Rabat (Morocco) during the test of a Glenn Martin 167F  
 
CHANCRIN Marcel
Staff-Sergeant
GR II/55
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on January 10, 1940  
 
CHANTELOU Edouard
Sergeant
GR II/55
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 19, 1940    
CHAPAT Jean
Staff-Sergeant
GR I/35
Machine-Gunner
Killed in aerial combat on May 23, 1940    
CHAPUIS Emile
Sergeant
GR I/35
Electricien
Wounded by accident on October 31, 1939    
CHAREYRE
Sub-Lieutenant
GR II/55
Observer
   
CHARLIER
Chief Warrant Officer
GR II/52
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 19, 1940    
CHARRIER
Sergeant
GR I/35
Machine-Gunner
   
CHASTANET Marcel
Captain
GR I/36
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 6, 1940    
CHATILLON Lucien
Adjutant
GR I/35
Machine-Gunner
   
CHAUDEL Bernard
Sub-Lieutenant
GR II/55
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 19, 1940    
CHAUMONT Albert
Sub-Lieutenant
GR I/22
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 10, 1940    
CHAUTARD Gustave
Adjutant
GR II/62
Chief of board
       
CHAUVET
Captain
GAO 552
   
CHERY Henry - Louis
Lieutenant
Observer
Tank officer seconded to the Air Force. He will be the first to report the enemy armoured columns in the Ardennes on May 12, 1940 : the 9th Army General Staff will not believe him...      
CHEVALLIER André
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 504
Pilot
Wounded and taken prisoner on May 15, 1940    
CHEVASSUS Raoul
Adjutant
GR I/35
Pilot
On October 31, 1939, Bloch 131 No.73 crashed during a field test at Dole. Adjutant CHEVASSUS, wounded, will not return to the Group: He joins the Officers School of Active for which he was admitted.    
CHEYSSON Jean
Lieutenant
GAO I/589
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on June 2, 1940    
CHIERS
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO I/508
Machine-Gunner
   
CHOCQUET
Pilot
         
CHOULET
Sub-Lieutenant
GR I/35
Pilot
   
CHRETIEN
Commander
GAO I/514
   
CLAUSSE
Commander
GAO 552
   
CLEMENCEAU Pierre
Sergeant
GR I/36
Machine-Gunner
Killed by mistake on November 22, 1939    
CLEMENT Henri
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 513
Observer
Killed by accident on May 28, 1940    
CLEMENT René
Lieutenant
GAO 507
Observer
       
COCHARD
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 552
Pilot
   
COCHETEL
Lieutenant
GR II/14
Observer
   
COCU Pierre
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Seriously injured aboard the Mureaux 115 No. 57 shot by German Fighters on May 19, 1940.  
COIGNIER Marcel
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO I/506
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on May 27, 1940    
COLIN Marcel
Sub-Lieutenant
GR II/52
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on May 11, 1940    
COLIN Paul
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 509
Pilot
Killed in aerial combat on June 5, 1940    
COLLOMB Jean-Albert
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 517
Observer
Wounded in aerial combat on June 4, 1940    
COLLOT René
Sub-Lieutenant
GAO 586
Pilot
Joined the Group GR II/33 on May 22, 1940 from GAO 586.
On June 9, 1940, the Potez 63-11 n°665 was shot down by the Flak during a reconnaissance flight at low altitude. The crew, wounded, is taken prisoner.
René COLLOT was born in Autun. He joined the French Air Force in July 1938.  
COLPIN Paul
Lieutenant
GAO 552
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 13, 1940    
COMBEAU René
Captain
Observer
     
COMBES
Sergeant
Machine-Gunner
         
COMPIN Henri
Captain
GAO 546
Observer
   
CONFURON Marcel
Lieutenant
GAO I/584
Observer
   
CONSTANTIN
Adjutant
Pilot
On June 10, 1940, Potez 63-11 n°50 was seriously damaged by the Flak, but managed to reach his land. The crew is unharmed, but the aircraft is destroyed.    
COQUETON Henri
Lieutenant
Observer
Killed aboard Potez 63-11 No. 297 shot down by 9 Me109 on May 13, 1940.  
CORNET Jean
Lieutenant
GAO 515
Observer
       
CORNU
Sergeant
GAO 504
Pilot
   
CORNU Jean
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 582
Machine-Gunner
Killed by accident on June 3, 1940    
CORNU
Sergeant
GR I/35
Observer
   
CORSANINI
Lieutenant-Colonel
GAO 553
Observer
   
COSTES
Staff-Sergeant
GR II/55
 
   
COTTE Damiens
Staff-Sergeant
GAO I/551
Pilot
Wounded in aerial combat on June 8, 1940    
COUDERC Jean
Staff-Sergeant
GR II/36
Pilot
       
COUDERQ Jean
Lieutenant
GR I/36
Pilot
   
COUDOUX Pierre
Chief Warrant Officer
Pilot
On May 17, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 219, hit by the Flak, must land in the countryside where he is burned by the unharmed crew.  
COULLET Louis
Adjutant
GAO II/514
Observer
Killed by accident on June 18, 1940    
COULOMNIER Pierre
Sergeant
GR II/14
Machine-Gunner 
Killed by accident on June 19, 1940    
COURMES
Sergeant
Pilot
     
COURTIEU Emile
Commander
GR II/55
Assistant to the Group Commander
       
COUTURE Maurice
Lieutenant
GAO I/508
Observer
Killed in aerial combat on May 26, 1940    
CREPUT
Staff-Sergeant
GAO 586
Pilot
Joined the Group GR II/33 on May 22, 1940 from GAO 586.
On June 16, 1940, the Potez 63-11 No. 718 was destroyed by accident during a flight at very low altitude: flying too low, these propellers touch the ground, and the pilot must land in the countryside ... crew is unharmed.
   
CROS
Captain
GR I/36
Commander of the Group GR I/36
Left the Group on May 1st 1940 to join the Expeditionary Corps of Novège. Replaced by his classmate, Commander Jouhaud...    
CROZON
Sergeant
GR II/55
Machine-Gunner
Wounded in aerial combat on September 26, 1939    
CRUTEL Robert
Adjutant
Machine-Gunner
On May 17, 1940, his aircraft, the Potez 63-11 No. 219, hit by the Flak, must land in the countryside where he is burned by the unharmed crew.  
CUGNOT Georges
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
 
 
CUILLE Gaston
Sergeant
GR I/36
Machine-Gunner
       
CUVILLIER Henri
Staff-Sergeant
Pilot
Killed on June 5, 1940 aboard the Potez 63-11 No. 250 shot by German Fighters.