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Australian War Memorial, Canberra

Roll of Honour for RAAF Squadrons at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, with 462 Squadron section marked.

 

Roll of Honour for RAAF Squadrons in the Commemorative Area of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, with the 462 Squadron names marked with the blue oval.

The section for 462 Squadron is located at Panel 109.

Squadrons are listed in numerical sequence, and the names in each squadron are listed alphabetically in two columns.

Links to Bomber Command Memorial in the Sculpture Garden;
Bomber Command Commemoration on 04 June 2017;
Squadron Memorial plaques in paths of Western Courtyard (maps of the buildings and grounds are available on the AWM website);
Sources of information used to provide each name with his rank at death, crew position, RAAF service number, date of death, aircraft serial and code, location, and Pilot of aircraft;
Honour Roll by Surname; and
Honour Roll by date and Aircraft Serial Number and
Halifax Memorial Artwork.

Photo at left was supplied by R.J.Montgomery, and used with his permission. Copyright © 2010 R.J.Montgomery.

 

Roll of Honour for 462 Squadron, RAAF, at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

 

 

 

Roll of Honour for 462 Squadron, RAAF, located at Panel 109 in the Commemorative Area of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra. The names of the Australians in 462 Squadron RAAF who were killed in action during WWII are inscribed in bronze. As seen in the photo above, the 462 Squadron section is in the uppermost portion of the panel, so it can be difficult to photograph.

Information on the thirty seven Australians on this Roll of Honour is included below.

A similar photo may be seen on the F/Sgt J.M.Tait page, with a Remembrance Poppy beside his name.

This photo was supplied by R.J.Montgomery, and used with his permission. Copyright © 2010 R.J.Montgomery.

 

 

 

Roll of Honour for 1939 - 1945 in the Commemorative Area of the Australian War Memorial.

 

 

 

 

 

Roll of Honour for 1939 -1945 in the Commemorative Area on the upper eastern gallery of the Australian War Memorial.

The external view of this area may be seen in the following photo.

This photo was supplied by C. M. Hibberd, and used with her permission. Copyright © 2008 C. M. Hibberd.

 

Commemorative Courtyard and Pool of Reflection with Eternal Flame at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

Australian War Memorial, Canberra showing the Commemorative Courtyard and the Pool of Reflection, with the circular sculpture of the Eternal Flame just visible on the surface of the water at the far end of the Pool.

Panel 109, with the Roll of Honour for 462 Squadron, RAAF, is located about half way along, in the Commemorative Area on the upper eastern gallery (right hand side of photo) visible through the arched cloisters.

This photo was supplied by J. R. Hibberd, and used with his permission. Copyright © 2012 J. R. Hibberd.

 

 

View of Commemorative Courtyard and Pool of Reflection at the Australian War Memorial.

The Commemorative Courtyard, and the Pool of Reflection with the Eternal Flame, as viewed from the upper eastern gallery through through the arched cloisters.

This photo was supplied by C. M. Hibberd, and used with her permission. Copyright © 2008 C. M. Hibberd.

 

This mosaic of an Airman is located on one wall surrounding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is centrally located in the Hall of Memory at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

 

 

 

This mosaic of an Airman is located on one of the walls surrounding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, which is centrally located in the Hall of Memory at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.

The other three walls each have a mosaic of a Soldier, a Sailor and a Servicewoman and are intended to recall the Australian experience of WW2. The mosaics are made of over 6 million enamelled glass tiles.
(Information sourced from the Australian War Memorial online.)

This photo was supplied by C. M. Hibberd, and used with her permission. Copyright © 2008 C. M. Hibberd.

 

View of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, looking from Parliament House across Lake Burley Griffin and along Anzac Parade.

View of the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, looking from Parliament House across Lake Burley Griffin and along Anzac Parade.

This photo was supplied by C. M. Hibberd, and used with her permission. Copyright © 2008 C. M. Hibberd.

 

View from the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, looking along Anzac Parade and across Lake Burley Griffin towards Parliament House.

View from the Australian War Memorial, Canberra, looking along Anzac Parade and across Lake Burley Griffin towards Parliament House.

This photo was supplied by J. R. Hibberd, and used with his permission. Copyright © 2012 J. R. Hibberd.

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Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

On the west lawn of the Australian War Memorial grounds is a Sculpture Garden where the Bomber Command Memorial is located. It is made of stainless steel, glass and black granite, and commemorates RAAF air and ground crew of Bomber Command in World War Two.

 

Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

The overall height is 16.5 m. The centre spire represents a searchlight, a major threat to Bomber Command aircraft during night Ops. This would be an awe-inspiring sight when lit at night.

 

Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

The glass plate at the base of the Searchlight has stencils of the eight aircraft flown by Bomber Command – Halifax, Wellington, Lancaster, Mosquito, Stirling, Blenheim, Whitely and Hampden.

 

Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

The curved stainless steel wall has silhouettes which represent members of air and ground crew. Around the outside of the central paving is a ring of granite which is engraved with text and Squadron insignia of Bomber Command.

 

Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

Detail of Bomber Command personnel – Air and Ground Crew

 

Additional pictures and information may be viewed on the Australian War Memorial website, reference ART92683 – a full size view of the Bomber Command Memorial with AWM in background, a close-up, and a photo of the attendees at the Dedication Service.

 

 

Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

The plaque in the ground in front of the Bomber Command Memorial:
Artist/Sculptor Neil Dawson; sculpture made of stainless steel, glass and granite; acquired under commission in 2005; ART92683.

" The memorial was unveiled by the Hon. De-Anne Kelly, MP,
Minister for Veterans' Affairs, on 23 July 2005.
The memorial integrates key elements of the experience
of those who served: a searchlight reaching to the sky,
the types of aircraft flown, and the air and ground crew
who flew or maintained them."
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Lynn Nickols at Bomber Command Commemoration at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017.Bomber Command Memorial at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017.
Copyright © 2017 Lynn C Nickols

Above left: Lynn Nickols at the Bomber Command Commemoration ceremony at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017. Lynn is the daughter of Sandy Archer, Navigator for the Rodgers Crew, 462 Squadron.
Above right: Bomber Command Memorial in the Sculpture Garden, with wreaths placed on the day, around its base.

 

Wreaths around the Bomber Command Memorial, at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017.
Copyright © 2017 Lynn C Nickols

Above: Bomber Command Memorial with wreaths, at the Australian War Memorial, 04 June 2017. The well organised and emotional Commemoration is held on the first Sunday in June. The Welcome Address for the 2017 Wreath Laying ceremony was spoken by the Hon. Dr Brendan Nelson, AO, Director of the Australian War Memorial.
(To read his address, refer to AWM website / Commemoration / Speeches / Bomber Command Wreath Laying Ceremony – 4 June 2017).

 

Veterans of Bomber Command at the Commemoration ceremony, Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017.
Copyright © 2017 Lynn C Nickols

Above: Some of the Veterans of Bomber Command who attended the Commemoration ceremony, Australian War Memorial, 04 June 2017. They are grouped in front of the spire, and in the background is the Bomber Command Banner showing various aircraft.
About 30 veterans attended, all now in their 90s.

 

 

Veterans of Bomber Command with families and friends at the Luncheon after the Commemoration ceremony, Australian War Memorial, Canberra on 04 June 2017, in ANZAC Hall with Lancaster "G for George".
Copyright © 2017 Lynn C Nickols

Veterans of Bomber Command with families and friends at the Luncheon after the Commemoration ceremony, Australian War Memorial, 04 June 2017. The luncheon was held in ANZAC Hall with Lancaster "G for George", formerly of 460 Squadron.
The Bomber Command Commemorative Address 2017 at the Luncheon, was spoken by Dr Brendan Nelson, on the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the entry of the RAAF into Bomber Command. His address was very moving, with hardly a dry eye at its conclusion. (To read his address, refer to AWM website / Commemoration / Speeches / Bomber Command Commemorative Address 2017).
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466 and 462 Squadrons Memorial Plaque at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 Lynn C Nickols

Above: the Bronze Commemorative Plaque commissioned by the 466 and 462 Squadrons Assoc (Annual Reunion Committee) as part of the AWM Plaque Dedication Program. It was dedicated at a ceremony on 10 October 2006. The Address was read by Paul Dean Wilson DFC (417687 RAAF, pilot, crew 126 of 466 Squadron, also crew 22 of 462 Squadron). The Plaque was unveiled by Albert John Cockerill (Bert) DSO (424372 RAAF, pilot, crew 20 of 462 Squadron) and Leonard John Plasto (Len), DFC (424454 RAAF, pilot, crew 130 of 466 Squadron).

 

To the left of the Australian War Memorial main entrance, is the Western Courtyard. In the paths through the courtyard, are Memorial Plaques which commemorate those who lost their lives.

Photo at left: Bronze Memorial Plaque (number 108) which is embedded in the Memorial pathway through the Western Courtyard, and commemorates 466 and 462 Squadrons.

466 & 462 SQUADRONS RAAF
HEAVY BOMBER SQUADRONS

IN HONOUR OF THOSE WHO MADE THE SUPREME SACRIFICE

AND ALL WHO SERVED IN

NORTH AFRICA, MIDDLE EAST, BRITAIN
AND EUROPE

1942-45

LEST WE FORGET

(Further details, and a map to locate the plaque in the courtyard, may be viewed at Australian War Memorial website, reference PL00108.)

 

460 Squadron Memorial Plaque at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 S P Weston

460 Squadron Memorial Plaque on the Memorial pathway at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
(See also reference PL00004 on the AWM website, with map to locate plaque.)

 

 

467 and 463 Squadrons Memorial Plaque at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra
Copyright © 2016 S P Weston

467 and 463 Squadrons Memorial Plaque on the Memorial pathway at the Australian War Memorial, Canberra.
(See also reference PL00010 on the AWM website, with map to locate plaque.)

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Names of those Australians in 462 Squadron RAAF who lost their lives in World War 2,
commemorated in Panel 109 at the Australian War Memorial
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They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old;
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning
We will remember them.

Extract of 4th verse of poem "For the fallen" by Lawrence Binyon (1869 – 1943).

 

The following information has been sourced from the Australian War Memorial (www.awm.gov.au), Australian WW2 Nominal Roll (www.ww2roll.gov.au), the National Archives of Australia (www.naa.gov.au), the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (http://www.cwgc.org) and the 462 Squadron Operational Record Book (ORB).

Information about 462 Squadron losses varies between authors of published books, with differences in spelling of surnames, initials, rank and crew position, service numbers, and aircraft serials and codes.
(The list of these books is on the acknowledgements page.)

For the following lists, the full name, rank at death, RAAF service number and date of death has been taken from the Australian WW2 Nominal Roll, also cross-referenced with the NAA files.

Abbreviations of Rank:- Fl. Lt. for Flight Lieutenant; F. O. for Flying Officer; P. O. for Pilot Officer; W. O. for Warrant Officer; F/Sgt for Flight Sergeant; Sgt for Sergeant; AC1 for Aircraftman Class 1.

The crew position at death has been sourced from the 462 Squadron ORBs and cross-referenced with NAA files. Some differences also occur between these two sources, as well as with the published authors.

Abbreviations of crew position:- B/A for Bomb Aimer; Nav for Navigator; WOp for Wireless Operator (sometimes also listed as WOp/AG); MU/AG for Mid Upper Air Gunner; R/AG for Rear Air Gunner; SD for Special Duties.
Crew position on the final flight may have been different from their substantive position and is noted as, for example, "SD (B/A)" meaning in the role of Special Duties for that flight, but usually a Bomb Aimer.

The aircraft serial and code has been sourced from the NAA files and cross-referenced with 462 Squadron ORBs. Some differences occur with various authors. For example ....

.......... PN429 Z5-E Pilot Tootal as per ORB and pages within the digitised NAA "Loss of Aircraft" file, not MZ429 Z5-F as used by some authors, and the NAA Index. MZ429 Z5-F was repeatedly flown by Whatling and crew in training flights and on Ops from early November 1944 until late May 1945, and the ORB details match the logbook of Whatling's Navigator (see John Harris page). Therefore MZ429 Z5-F could not have been lost on 24 February 1945.
.......... MZ477 Z5-A Pilot Rate as per ORB and digitised NAA "Loss of Aircraft" files, possibly not MZ447 as used by some authors.
.......... MZ461 Z5-O Pilot Ely as per ORB and digitised NAA "Loss of Aircraft" files, not Z5-G as used by some authors.

Location is the Bomber Command Group and RAF Station at the time of the loss.

4 Group, Bomber Command at Driffield in Yorkshire in 1944;
100 Group, Bomber Command at Foulsham in Norfolk in 1945;
Middle East 1942/1943/1944 (Mediterranean Air Command). Information for the Middle East losses has only been sourced from the Australian War Memorial and the Australian WW2 Nominal Roll.

Only RAAF members of 462 Squadron are commemorated on the Australian War Memorial in Panel 109. For the names of members of other Air Forces who were also Killed in Action at 462 Squadron, please visit the crew pages via the Pilot links.
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Honour Roll alphabetical by surname.

462 Squadron RAAF – Honour Roll WW2 – Panel 109 Australian War Memorial
Name Rank at death Crew Position RAAF
Service Number
Date of Death
dd/mm/yy
Aircraft Serial and Code Location Pilot
Astill, Alan Edwin F. O. Pilot 421143 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Austin, Edward Phillip F/Sgt WOp 429105 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Ball, Alfred Desmond John F. O. Pilot 427182 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group Foulsham Ball
Baxendale, Francis Leo AC1   6665 12/04/43   Middle East  
Carlon, Patrick John Paul F/Sgt MU/AG 432936 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group Foulsham Tootal
Declerck, Albert George F/Sgt   402790 23/10/42   Middle East  
Duncan, William Francis F/Sgt Nav 13488 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Ely, Vivian Clive F. O. Pilot 426221 24/02/45 MZ461 Z5-O 100 Group, Foulsham Ely
Evans, Neil Vernon F/Sgt Nav 436113 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Farmer, Allan F/Sgt R/AG 436820 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Foster, Cecil Reginald Henry F/Sgt WOp 434183 17/04/45 MZ467 Z5-C 100 Group, Foulsham Lodder
Frank, Murray F. O. B/A 409532 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Freeman, Harry Corporal   25093 20/11/43   Middle East  
Fuller, Sydney Robert W. O. WOp 421198 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Hall, Norman Joseph W. O. WOp 425647 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Hering, John Hubert F. O. WOp 419001 24/02/45 MZ461 Z5-O 100 Group, Foulsham Ely
Isaac, Mervyn George F/Sgt MU/AG 433727 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Kehoe, Desmond Noel F. O. SD (B/A) 415429 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Levey, Philip Hedley Malcolm F/Sgt Nav 429588 09/10/44 MZ400 Z5-J 4 Group, Driffield Coleman
Mannell, Leslie Gordon Marshall F/Sgt SD (AG) 429052 06/01/45 MZ469 Z5-N 100 Group, Foulsham Rohrlach
Minett, Stanley James W. O. B/A 423814 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Mitchell, Robert Richard P. O. Pilot 418452 02/11/44 MZ401 Z5-D 4 Group, Driffield Mitchell
Nelder, Frank Edward P. O. Pilot 419561 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Oliver, Ernest Ronald William W. O. B/A 427542 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Rate, Allan John Fl. Lt. Pilot 423892 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Richardson, Ernest Hartley F/Sgt Nav 427259 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Rohrlach, Mervin Walter P. O. Pilot 417761 06/01/45 MZ469 Z5-N 100 Group, Foulsham Rohrlach
Scott, Albert Arthur Sgt   16890 19/08/43   Middle East  
Smith, Murray Arthur F/Sgt R/AG 442286 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Swarbrick, Phillip F/Sgt Nav 427410 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Tait, John Mickle F/Sgt MU/AG 430788 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Taylor, Ronald Reginald W. O. WOp 432346 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Thornton, Albert Eric F/Sgt R/AG 436120 02/11/44 MZ401 Z5-D 4 Group, Driffield Mitchell
Tisdell, Errol Dallas F/Sgt SD (WOp) 432388 17/04/45 MZ467 Z5-C 100 Group, Foulsham Lodder
Tresidder, John Newton F/Sgt WOp 424477 09/10/44 MZ400 Z5-J 4 Group, Driffield Coleman
Trunk, Victor Joseph P. O. WOp 434431 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Wood, Malcolm Langley F/Sgt MU/AG 435026 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder

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Honour Roll by date, then by aircraft serial, then alphabetical by surname (to group crew with aircraft & Pilot).

462 Squadron RAAF – Honour Roll WW2 – Panel 109 Australian War Memorial
Name Rank at death Crew Position RAAF
Service Number
Date of Death
dd/mm/yy
Aircraft Serial and Code Location Pilot
Declerck, Albert George F/Sgt   402790 23/10/42   Middle East  
Baxendale, Francis Leo AC1   6665 12/04/43   Middle East  
Scott, Albert Arthur Sgt   16890 19/08/43   Middle East  
Freeman, Harry Corporal   25093 20/11/43   Middle East  
Levey, Philip Hedley Malcolm F/Sgt Nav 429588 09/10/44 MZ400 Z5-J 4 Group, Driffield Coleman
Tresidder, John Newton F/Sgt WOp 424477 09/10/44 MZ400 Z5-J 4 Group, Driffield Coleman
Austin, Edward Phillip F/Sgt WOp 429105 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Farmer, Allan F/Sgt R/AG 436820 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Nelder, Frank Edward P. O. Pilot 419561 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Richardson, Ernest Hartley F/Sgt Nav 427259 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Wood, Malcolm Langley F/Sgt MU/AG 435026 23/10/44 LL599 Z5-E 4 Group, Driffield Nelder
Mitchell, Robert Richard P. O. Pilot 418452 02/11/44 MZ401 Z5-D 4 Group, Driffield Mitchell
Thornton, Albert Eric F/Sgt R/AG 436120 02/11/44 MZ401 Z5-D 4 Group, Driffield Mitchell
Mannell, Leslie Gordon Marshall F/Sgt SD (AG) 429052 06/01/45 MZ469 Z5-N 100 Group, Foulsham Rohrlach
Rohrlach, Mervin Walter P. O. Pilot 417761 06/01/45 MZ469 Z5-N 100 Group, Foulsham Rohrlach
Astill, Alan Edwin F. O. Pilot 421143 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Fuller, Sydney Robert W. O. WOp 421198 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Isaac, Mervyn George F/Sgt MU/AG 433727 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Minett, Stanley James W. O. B/A 423814 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Swarbrick, Phillip F/Sgt Nav 427410 14/01/45 LL598 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Astill
Ely, Vivian Clive F. O. Pilot 426221 24/02/45 MZ461 Z5-O 100 Group, Foulsham Ely
Hering, John Hubert F. O. WOp 419001 24/02/45 MZ461 Z5-O 100 Group, Foulsham Ely
Kehoe, Desmond Noel F. O. SD (B/A) 415429 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Rate, Allan John Fl. Lt. Pilot 423892 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Trunk, Victor Joseph P. O. WOp 434431 24/02/45 MZ477 Z5-A 100 Group, Foulsham Rate
Carlon, Patrick John Paul F/Sgt MU/AG 432936 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group Foulsham Tootal
Duncan, William Francis F/Sgt Nav 13488 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Hall, Norman Joseph W. O. WOp 425647 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Oliver, Ernest Ronald William W. O. B/A 427542 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Smith, Murray Arthur F/Sgt R/AG 442286 24/02/45 PN429 Z5-E 100 Group, Foulsham Tootal
Ball, Alfred Desmond John F. O. Pilot 427182 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group Foulsham Ball
Evans, Neil Vernon F/Sgt Nav 436113 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Frank, Murray F. O. B/A 409532 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Tait, John Mickle F/Sgt MU/AG 430788 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Taylor, Ronald Reginald W. O. WOp 432346 10/04/45 NA240 Z5-V 100 Group, Foulsham Ball
Foster, Cecil Reginald Henry F/Sgt WOp 434183 17/04/45 MZ467 Z5-C 100 Group, Foulsham Lodder
Tisdell, Errol Dallas F/Sgt SD (WOp) 432388 17/04/45 MZ467 Z5-C 100 Group, Foulsham Lodder

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Halifax Memorial Artwork. The original photo is now in the public domain. Artwork and addition of names from the Roll of Honour for 462 Squadron, Commemorative Panel 109, Australian War Memorial was carried out by Craig Rowland, RAAF (current), who is also a 462 Squadron Veteran 2006-2011(© Copyright 2015 Craig Rowland).
The artwork was supplied by Craig and published here with his permission. A smaller version may be seen on the Halifax page.

Halifax Memorial Artwork incorporating names on Roll of Honour for 462 Squadron, Commemorative Panel 109, Australian War Memorial. © Copyright 2015 Craig Rowland.

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