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KH-H

About KH-H…

John Englested wrote…

25-March 1944
RCAF Flt Lt PENNOCK, CLIFFORD GEORGE(J/5128) age: 22
He was killed whilst flying in Spitfire IX, MJ355 KH-H of No 403 Sqn, which crashed after pulling out of a dive whilst carrying out a dive bombing practice. He is buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery.

From the rafweb.org website.

In memory of
Flight Lieutenant
CLIFFORD GEORGE  PENNOCK
who died on March 25, 1944

Military Service:

Service Number: J/5128
Age: 22
Force: Air Force
Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force
Division: 403 Sqdn.

Additional Information:

Son of Theodore and Margaret Pennock; husband of Anita Steven Pennock, of Walkerville, Ontario.

KH-T and KH-R

Pictures sent by Dean…

Andy Mackenzie was flying KH-T, one day, when he was shot down by an American Air Defence unit located in France. The Americans were very sorry, and they sent their mine-detection crew out to the mine-field, in which Andy had crash-landed. They got Andy out, and eventually recovered the aircraft. The entire event would serve as eerie foreshadowing, knowing that Andy would be shot down by one of his own (American) wingmen, in Korea, and end up in a Chinese prisoner camp for two years, during the Korean War.

Dean Black

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