On Monday 30 March 1942, a member of the 106 Sqdn, Flight Sergeant H C Bussell, took off from Coningsby in the United Kingdom. His mission is mentioned elsewhere on Back to Normandy. You can find the other details of this mission by searching here. Training and cargo flights are not seperately mentioned as a mission. The plane left at 19:30.
He flew with a Avro Manchester (type I, serial L7394, code ZN-).
Campaign report of the USAAF:
Campaign report of the RAF:
29/30 March 1942
18 Hampdens and 8 Manchesters minelaying in the Frisians and off Denmark, 6 aircraft on leaflet flights to France. 2 Manchester minelayers lost.
30/31 March 1942
34 Halifaxes attempted to bomb the Tirpitz in a fjord near Trondheim. The Tirpitz was not located; 3 aircraft bombed Flak positions. 1 Halifax lost in the sea.
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