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Name: Richard Hunt
Date: 01/26/2014
Message: My father, Peter, flew as Flt/Eng in 1944/45, a Latham-Smith as pilot in most of them, 34 trips if I remember correctly, 17 day and 17 night. He emigrated to Canada after the war.


Name: Vic Compton
Date: 10/24/2013
Message: Joined 7 sqdn Valiants Honington on return from Christmas Island. Later moved with the Sqdn to Wittering. Nice to see 207, I worked as airframe mostly on 381.


Name: Mick Bell
Date: 10/11/2013
Message: Hello All! Just catching up with the Sqn again.


Name: Kevin Wilkinson
Date: 10/09/2013
Message: I am researching the late F/O Kenneth Marriott DFM who was my first cousin once removed.I was really delighted to find the photo in your gallery of him and the crew in which he served. This is the only photograph of him which I have ever seen able to travce.


Name: Laurie Wallace
Date: 09/11/2013
Message: My uncle was Flt Sgt Derek Wood. On Lancaster ND845 MG-C which collied with JB 653 MG-R over Le Mans. We remember them!


Name: Sarah Parnham
Date: 05/17/2013
Message: My dad Maurice (Bill) Parnham was a navigator with 7th squadron bomber command. I know he flew with George Harvey who was from New Zealand.


Name: sue mannion
Date: 05/02/2013
Message: My father was part of PFF stationed at Oakington. He called his house Oakington when he returned to Australia after the war. His name was Eric Dennett DFC.


Name: Judith Dancer
Date: 01/05/2013
Message: My mum s first husband William Noel Kinsey was a pathfinder, missing presumed killed 24th November 1943. Son born posthumously.


Name: Rod Craw
Date: 11/25/2012
Message: My father Robin Craw DFC was a member of both 7& 2 squadrons and is still alive and in christchurch. If anyone wants any info about him or his airforce life i will try and help . rodcraw2@yrless.co.nz


Name: Geoff Coombe South Africa
Date: 09/25/2012
Message: My uncle ASN Coombe served as a Second Lieutenant with 7 Squadron and was killed flying an RE8 over France on 17th April 1918. He was the only one of my father's nine brothers and sisters that I never met. I sign the guest book in remembrance of him.

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