On Monday, 04 May 1942, (a part of) the aircraft of the 218 squadron (RAF), took off for a mission to an unknown place in Gemany from a station (airfield) in or near Marham.
One of the crew members was Flight Sergeant St John. He departed for his mission at 22:30.
He flew with a Short Stirling (type I, with serial R9313 and code HA-Q). His mission and of the other crew members was planned for Tuesday, 05 May 1942.
Information about aircraft who did not return from this mission can be found here. Information about the other crew members on this flight can be found at this website (Aircrew Remembered). This website also provides the flight information for this record.
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