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Flying Officer John Joseph Loyola Robinson

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Flying Officer John Joseph Loyola Robinson

Birth
Ontario, Canada
Death
12 Jun 1957 (aged 27)
Stuttgart, Stadtkreis Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Burial
Choloy-Menillot, Departement de Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France Add to Map
Plot
Section 5 - Row C - Grave 2
Memorial ID
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FIERCE, FIERY WARRIORS FOUGHT UPON THE CLOUDS,
IN RANKS AND SQUADRONS.
LET THEIR REMEMBRANCE BE AS LASTING AS THE
LAND THEY
HONOURED.

Flying Officer Robinson was an RCAF pilot with 422 Squadron at 4 (F) Wing, Baden-Söllingen, Germany. He lost his life while on a practice Zulu intercept, when the 422 Squadron's North American F-86 Sabre (#23397) fighter jet aircraft he was flying was involved in a mid-air collision with 421 Squadron's North American F-86 Sabre (#23514) from 2 (F) Wing, in Grostenquin, France; Flying Officer Robinson's Sabre crashed near Stuttgart in West Germany; the pilot of Sabre 23514, Flying Officer Van Oene, survived the accident.
Military Service:-
Rank: Flying Officer
Trade: Pilot
Service Number: 36770
Age: 27
Force: Royal Canadian Air Force
Unit: RCAF 422 (Fighter) Squadron, 4 (F) Wing, Baden-Söllingen, Germany

He enlisted in the RCAF on 22 Feb 1951 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Son of Leslie and Margaret (née O'Donnell) Robinson of Plantagenet, Ontario, Canada.

Flying Officer John Joseph Loyola Robinson is commemorated on Page 82 of the 'In the Service of Canada' Book of Remembrance.
He is also remembered with love and honour on a family grave monument in the
Saint Paul's RC Cemetery in Plantagenet, Ontario.

F/O J. J. L. ROBINSON is one of 107 airmen's names inscribed on the Honour Roll on the Sabre Pilots Memorial at RCAF Memorial Museum in Trenton, Ontario, Canada; the unveiling ceremony of the Sabre Pilots Memorial took place on 19 June 1998.
FIERCE, FIERY WARRIORS FOUGHT UPON THE CLOUDS,
IN RANKS AND SQUADRONS.
LET THEIR REMEMBRANCE BE AS LASTING AS THE
LAND THEY
HONOURED.

Flying Officer Robinson was an RCAF pilot with 422 Squadron at 4 (F) Wing, Baden-Söllingen, Germany. He lost his life while on a practice Zulu intercept, when the 422 Squadron's North American F-86 Sabre (#23397) fighter jet aircraft he was flying was involved in a mid-air collision with 421 Squadron's North American F-86 Sabre (#23514) from 2 (F) Wing, in Grostenquin, France; Flying Officer Robinson's Sabre crashed near Stuttgart in West Germany; the pilot of Sabre 23514, Flying Officer Van Oene, survived the accident.
Military Service:-
Rank: Flying Officer
Trade: Pilot
Service Number: 36770
Age: 27
Force: Royal Canadian Air Force
Unit: RCAF 422 (Fighter) Squadron, 4 (F) Wing, Baden-Söllingen, Germany

He enlisted in the RCAF on 22 Feb 1951 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Son of Leslie and Margaret (née O'Donnell) Robinson of Plantagenet, Ontario, Canada.

Flying Officer John Joseph Loyola Robinson is commemorated on Page 82 of the 'In the Service of Canada' Book of Remembrance.
He is also remembered with love and honour on a family grave monument in the
Saint Paul's RC Cemetery in Plantagenet, Ontario.

F/O J. J. L. ROBINSON is one of 107 airmen's names inscribed on the Honour Roll on the Sabre Pilots Memorial at RCAF Memorial Museum in Trenton, Ontario, Canada; the unveiling ceremony of the Sabre Pilots Memorial took place on 19 June 1998.


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  • Created by: SJB Hearn
  • Added: Oct 1, 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID:
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/98103867/john_joseph_loyola-robinson: accessed ), memorial page for Flying Officer John Joseph Loyola Robinson (1 May 1930–12 Jun 1957), Find a Grave Memorial ID 98103867, citing Choloy War Cemetery, Choloy-Menillot, Departement de Meurthe-et-Moselle, Lorraine, France; Maintained by SJB Hearn (contributor 46864594).