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On one occasion he flew his badly damaged aircraft safely back to base, a distance of over 1,000 miles, after attacking, at low level. Squadron Leader Beadon is an exceptionally able and courageous flight commander who by his enthusiasm and fine fighting spirit have set an inspiring example to the other members of his squadron.* Wing Commander Beamish took over command of a Royal Air Force station after two squadrons there had been intensively engaged in successful fighting operations over France for thirteen days and personally led them on many patrols against the enemy. On the 29th Bennions was himself shot down over Dover and he made a crash-landing at Manston with damaged flaps.
In June, 1940, during an offensive mission over France, six Messerschmitt 109's were destroyed, two of them by Wing Commander Beamish himself, and twelve driven off. On August 15 Bennions claimed a Bf 110 and another damaged, on September 5 a Ju 88 destroyed, a Bf 109 probably destroyed and a Ju 88 damaged On the 6th Bennions claimed two Bf 109s shot down and on the 7th his undercarriage collapsed on landing at Rochford after combat.
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Vernon Beadon, 9th Gurkha Rifles, and Beryl Martin. He has led the squadron on several occasions achieving excellent results. Adams (ne Townsend), of Two-Miles-Ash, Horsham, Sussex. On July 28 and 29 1940 he claimed Bf 109s destroyed.
Married 2nd () Mrs Joan Eileen Murray, daughter of Horace Hipkiss.* This officer has displayed gallantry and leadership of the highest order.
** This officer has led his wing on a series of consistently successful sorties over enemy territory during the past three months.
Member, Civil Aviation Authority, 1972-78; Chairman, Flight Time Limitations Board, 1974-78. seconded for a specialist navigation course (Ottawa, Ont., Canada), but was on arrival diverted to ferrying between Bermuda and England; 08.1941 back in the UK, but then off again to Canada for his course (15.09-) Son of Harry Baker, and Julia Marion Baker (ne ...). ).1935, Lambeth district, London) Nell May Manchip ( - ), daughter of Thomas Alexander Manchip (1872-1960), and Ann Bird (1877-1954); two sons, three daughters.[taken off 21.36 hrs in Blenheim Z7430 RT-Q from West Raynham for an Intruder operation to Schiphol Airport (The Netherlands); damaged by light Flak and crash-landed 23.22 hrs at Aalsmeer; wounded & captured]Colonel, 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars, -. 1940 (“The Times”), died 25th May 1958, buried Golders Green. Engaged as as a pilot by Portsmouth, Southsea, and Isle of Wight Aviation, then joined Imperial Airways.
Deputy Colonel, Queen's Royal Irish Hussars, -1960. 10.1937 posted to Empire Flying boat Operations as 1st Officer.