This person was related to this pilot.
He found what I had written about Flight Lieutenant Frank Thomas and he liked what he saw.
So he sent me Eugene Gagnon’s operational sorties when he was with 23 Squadron. It was the most precious information I had received. Then someone else found my blog.
Eugene Gagnon’s navigator’s son wrote me. He scanned almost all of his father’s logbook pages so I could post them here.
This is the first mission they did: the Freshman mission.
But the page with the entry for mission 3 is missing, as well as all the missions in January and February 1945.
Sometimes I think I am taken this story about a French-Canadian Mosquito pilot too seriously.
This is the next logbook page for entries about missions 4 and 5.
We will take a look at them later on the dates they were flown 69 years ago.
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