On Wednesday 04 October 1939, a member of the 49 Sqdn, Aircraftman 2nd Class F L McGurk, took off from an unknown RAF station 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 an unknown time .
He flew with a Avro Anson (type I, serial N5096, code -).
Campaign report of the USAAF:
Campaign report of the RAF:
Anti-shipping patrols continued in the North Sea with many sorties ending in failure having failed to locate any targets. Armed reconnaissance flights over Europe were also flown, mainly by Blenheims of No 2 Group. The loss rate as particularly high as many flights were flown by single aircraft
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