Paying homage to Georges Nadon a Spitfire pilot who flew his last mission with 403 Squadron
Originally posted on Pilote de Spitfire - Spitfire Pilot:
Collection Georges Nadon via the Nadon family
Where was this picture taken?
St. Eugene, Aylmer, England, Malta, Bagotville, France, Belgium?
Georges Nadon was posted in several places in his military career in WW II, and I intend to tell you all about it.
Every picture will have its own story to tell.
I don’t know who were the two erks hanging on the wings, but I know Georges Nadon is in the cockpit of the Spitfire Mk Vb with the code MT-M.
I also know where he was stationed when this picture was taken with the information I found in his logbook.
Only two original pilots with 122 Squadron survived the war!
This is what was written on this newspaper clippings.
I know this image of the newspaper clipping is hard to read, but it’s worth straining your eyes a little just like I did to find out a…
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