ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 89158
Last updated: 18 April 2014
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Date:05-DEC-1939
Time:
Type:Supermarine Spitfire Mk I
Owner/operator:65 Sqn, RAF
Registration: K9917
C/n / msn: 128
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Airplane damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:Near Aldermaston, Berkshire -   United Kingdom
Phase: Landing
Nature:Unknown
Departure airport:
Destination airport:Aldermaston
Narrative:
Struck tree in a forced landing near Aldermaston, Berkshire whilst iced up. Wrecked.
SOC 3/1/40.

Sources:
http://www.spitfires.ukf.net/p001.htm
http://disc.yourwebapps.com/discussion.cgi?disc=105008;article=10716;


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Revision history:

Date/timeContributorUpdates
18-Jan-2011 17:28 angels one five Added
25-Dec-2011 04:56 Nepa Updated [Aircraft type, Registration, Operator, Narrative]
10-Jan-2012 16:34 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type, Cn, Operator, Location]
13-Jan-2012 09:29 Nepa Updated [Aircraft type, Operator, Nature]
22-Jan-2012 20:02 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type, Narrative]
02-Nov-2012 00:51 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type, Registration, Cn, Operator, Total fatalities, Location, Nature, Source, Narrative]
05-Nov-2012 00:11 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type]
27-Mar-2013 12:56 Dr. John Smith Updated [Total occupants, Other fatalities, Nature, Source, Narrative]
27-May-2013 05:58 Nepa Updated [Aircraft type, Operator]
24-Jun-2013 10:07 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type, Operator, Narrative]
26-Jul-2013 13:52 Nepa Updated [Aircraft type, Operator, Location]
21-Aug-2013 21:39 JINX Updated [Aircraft type, Operator, Location, Destination airport]
05-Sep-2013 18:37 angels one five Updated [Operator]
30-Jan-2014 00:09 angels one five Updated [Aircraft type, Nature]
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