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DOUGLAS DB7
Douglas DB7
4
U-219
Assigned to GB I / 19, 2nd Squadron. June 15, 1940, the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa. Present in Tunis-El Aouina (Tunisia) in November 1940.
Douglas DB7
6
U-221
Assigned to GB I / 19. June 15, 1940, the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa
Douglas DB7
10
U-225
Assigned to GB I / 19. Shot by Fighters June 13, 1940. The Pilot poses in the field: Staff-Sergeant ANGE is injured.
Douglas DB7
18
U-233
Assigned to GB I / 19. June 15, 1940, the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa
Douglas DB7
20
U-235
Assigned to GB I / 19. Touched by the Flak on May 29, 1940, he landed in the field: Staff-Sergeant DUPUID (Pilot) was wounded.
Douglas DB7
28
U-243
Assigned to GB I / 19 before joining GB II / 19 - 3rd Squadron, based in Damville at the end of May 1940 - This unit carried out the first DB7 warfare mission in the Cambrai area, on May 22, 1940. June 15, 1940 , the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa.
Douglas DB7
30
U-245
Assigned to GB I / 19. June 15, 1940, the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa
Douglas DB7
31
U-246
Assigned to GB I / 19. Defeated by Fighters on June 5, 1940. The crew was killed: Lieutenant DELPERIE (Observer), Chief Warrant Officer RAVENEAU (Pilot) and Sergeant BEGUIER (Gunner Machine)
Douglas DB7
32
U-247
Assigned to GB I / 19. Shot down by Fighters May 31, 1940. The crew is killed. Lieutenant CONSTANT (Observer), Adjutant SCHOENHER (Pilot) and Adjutant CHAROY (Machine Gunner).
Douglas DB7
33
U-248
Assigned to GB I / 19. Shot by the flak on June 7, 1940: the crew is killed. Second Lieutenant BELLIN (Observer), Sergeant LE-GOFF (Pilot) and Staff-Sergeant DESCAMPS (Machine Gunner)
Douglas DB7
41
U-256
Assigned to GB I / 19. Killed by Fighters on June 10, 1940: the crew was killed: Sub Lieutenant GILLET (Observer), Captain DUPONT (Pilot) and Chief Warrant Officer ARNULPHY (Machine Gunner)
Douglas DB7
42
U-257
Assigned to GB I / 19. Destroyed on May 31, 1940. Touched by Fighters, he lands in the countryside. The crew is unscathed.
Douglas DB7
43
U-258
Assigned to GB I / 19. Severely damaged after an aerial combat on June 13th, 1940. His Pilot poses him in Campaign where the crew the fire.
Douglas DB7
44
U-259
Assigned to GB I / 19. June 15, 1940, the aircraft is part of the DB-7 which will be transferred to North Africa
Douglas DB7
46
U-261
Assigned to GB I / 19. Shot down by Fighters on May 31, 1940. Lieutenant HENRY (Observer) and Sub-Lieutenant PALMADE (Pilot) are killed. Staff-Sergeant THYL (Machine Gunner) parachutes, but is taken prisoner.
Douglas DB7
64
U-279
Assigned to GB I / 19, 1st Squadron. Present in Blida (Algeria), early 1942.
Douglas DB7
100
U-315
Assigned to GB I / 19 - 1st Squadron. Present to the group in 1942

 

Aircrafts allocated to the GB I/19