M.487  2nd Officer Alfred Edward Green 

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  b. 8 Feb 1916, Warwick 3 Jun 1941 to Dec-41 

 

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1937

 

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married, one son

Owned 1936 BAC Drone 23 G-AEJS

prev. a Cabinet Maker;

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He originally applied to the RAF but was rejected, due to "(a) eyesight not up to required standard, (b) feet, in respect of fallen arches". Also, because they noted that there was "no service Trade in the RAF in respect of cabinet-making."

He was also rejected at first (in 1940) by the ATA as his flying test was not up to standard, and became a Fitter and Technical Records Assistant for Air Service Training Ltd in Coventry. By 1941, however, the ATA was less picky and he was finally accepted.

He was assessed as "average, with no special faults but his limited experience demands constant supervision." 


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d. 9 Dec 1941 (Died in ATA Service) - Hurricane BM955 dived into ground nr Cockerham Rd, Lancaster in bad weather.

see http://laituk.org/Hurricane%20BM955.htm

buried Old Milverton Churchyard, Warwick

18th Aug 1945: "I have to inform you that my daughter Mrs Joan Constance Green passed away on the 12 May last year after a long illness, she is buried in the same grave as her husband Alfred, they leave a son age 7 years. Yours Faithfully W C Kimberley"


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