Assigned to 394FS, 367FG, 9AF USAAF. Crashed Stony Cross/Sta 452 Cat 5, pilot Lt James E Peck KIFA, 12-Apr-44.
Military | Captain | Pilot | 367th Fighter Group
Started flying lessons at 15, received his license the day after he graduated from High School and claimed 212 hours flying time before joining the RAFVR. Trained at Curtis-Wright Tech. / Polaris Flight Academy in Burbank Ca. SFTS in Canada, shipped...
Military site : airfield
Planned as a secret, emergency airfield, Stoney Cross was developed during 1942-43 as an advance base for both fighters and bombers. Occupied by the RAF from January 1943, before construction was complete, the station had eventually three concrete...
|Crashed||Stony Cross, Malvern, Herefordshire WR13, UK||12 April 1944|
Crashed Stony Cross/Sta 452 Cat 5, pilot Lt James E Peck KIFA, 12-Apr-44.
394FS 367FG 9AF.
|08 April 2016 20:07:10||Al_Skiff||Created entry with serial number, aircraft type, production block number, manufacturer, description, events, unit associations, person associations and place associations|