C’est la deuxième partie des souvenirs de guerre de Ken West qui faisait partie de l’équipage d’Eddy Marcoux.
Ken West n’a plus revu son équipage à la fin de la guerre.
Voici la suite de ses mémoires de guerre que j’ai trouvées sur Internet.
Ken West’s RAF Memoirs -Part II
A few days later I was posted to Leeming, the HQ of the Canadian Bomber 6 Group, a peacetime drome.
As soon as I arrived I was picked to be the F.E. for a newly-converted crew from Wellingtons -F. Officer Hughes was the Skipper and a few days later took a few ground crew on a ‘Cook’s Tour’ along the French coastline. On June 5th, we spent an afternoon picking up bombs and dumping them in the North Sea and went to another Canadian drome and picked up 14 containers of incendiaries and dropped them in the Irish Sea.
A few days later my Skipper returned to Canada and, on June 26th, another F. Engineerless crew, F.O. Marshall…
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