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Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) Brian Minden Madden

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Flight Lieutenant (Pilot) Brian Minden Madden

Birth
Death
18 Dec 1944
Burial
Hotton, Arrondissement de Marche-en-Famenne, Luxembourg, Belgium GPS-Latitude: 50.2624463, Longitude: 5.4466364
Plot
VIII. B. 12.
Memorial ID
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610 Squadron has never been based at LILLE (FR).
Coming from LYMPHE (England) on Dec 4th, 1994, it was based at B.56 EVERE (Belgium) until December 31st, 1944, before it moved to Y.32 OPHOVEN (Belgium) (31 Dec 44 - 27 Jan 45), and then to B.78 EINDHOVEN (NL) (27 Jan 45 - 21 Feb 45).
610 Sqn returned to England (WARMWELL) on Feb 21st, 1945.

610 Squadron mission report for Dec 18th 1944 says two Spits landed at Lille (without detailing the reason for this). But it's home base was definitely B.56 Evere at that time.

F/Lt Madden is credited with six victoires airial bombs V-1.
Today, F/Lt B. M. Madden rests at Hotton War Cemetery (Belgium) in sector VIII, row B, grave 2.
610 Squadron has never been based at LILLE (FR).
Coming from LYMPHE (England) on Dec 4th, 1994, it was based at B.56 EVERE (Belgium) until December 31st, 1944, before it moved to Y.32 OPHOVEN (Belgium) (31 Dec 44 - 27 Jan 45), and then to B.78 EINDHOVEN (NL) (27 Jan 45 - 21 Feb 45).
610 Sqn returned to England (WARMWELL) on Feb 21st, 1945.

610 Squadron mission report for Dec 18th 1944 says two Spits landed at Lille (without detailing the reason for this). But it's home base was definitely B.56 Evere at that time.

F/Lt Madden is credited with six victoires airial bombs V-1.
Today, F/Lt B. M. Madden rests at Hotton War Cemetery (Belgium) in sector VIII, row B, grave 2.

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Royal New Zealand Air Force

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