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Adams, Reginald Thomas

Date of birth:
December 1920
Date of death:
June 30th, 1942
Buried on:
Commonwealth War Graves Protestant Cemetery Noordwolde
Plot: G. Row: 1. Grave: 2.
Service number:
759300
Nationality:
British (1801-present, Kingdom)

Biography

Reginald Thomas Adams was the son to William and Ethel Adams.

Promotions:
August 10th, 1940: Flight Sergeant.

Career:
August 29th, 1939: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves;
?: No. 3 Elementary Flying Training School;
?: No. 4 Initial Training Wing;
?: No. 1 Air Armament School;
?: No. 5 Operational Training Unit;
September 7th, 1940: No. 264 Squadron;
December 16th, 1940: No. 256 Squadron;
1941: No. 405 (RCAF) Squadron.

Reginald Thomas Adams was killed on June 30th, 1942 when his plane, Handley Page Halifax W1113, LQ-G, was shot down. The crew consisted of Flight Sergeant J.W. Bell, Flight Sergeant P.A.A. Oneson, Flight Sergeant H.A. Chinn, Flight Sergeant Reginald Thomas Adams, Sergeant W.J. Harrell, Sergeant A. Simpson, Sergeant W.P. Beare and Sergeant W.J. Dickinson.

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