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Old 03-18-2009, 05:55 PM
Bill Haldane Bill Haldane is offline
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Hello, I'm trying to find out about Sgt, W. L. Dymond, a 111 (F) Squadron ace during the BOB credited with 10 kills who was shot down in his Hurricane about 12.50 pm on 02nd September 1940 over the Thames estuary and did not bale out, so is still posted as "missing in action". I'm led to believe from relatives that it was a Bf 109 who scored the kill. Any other infrormation, especially photo's, of him / in the squadron from 1937 at Northolt onwards would be really appreciated. Also if anyone knows how to check Luftwaffe kill records for that date, please give me a clue as I know it was not JG26 but there were a lot of other JG's operating in the channel area and I believe a joint force of 3/Erpr. Grp. 210 and II(S)/LG2 had an UK airfield raid on that day, so any help also appreciated. Thanking you for anything that will help the memory of a 22 year old live on. Yours, Bill Haldane

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