Sincere apologies for having gone AWOL for a little while, but work has (thankfully) been dominating proceedings. I haven’t been totally idle on the research front though and have plenty of new ‘gen’ lined up. My web-man ‘the boy genius’ is planning all manner of updates to the main website including the addition of many photographs – including cousin Jim’s ‘Arnold’ pilot cadet class 42G which is getting its own gallery. If you have any links with 42G please get in touch, similarly let me know if you recognise any names, faces or postings mentioned in ‘Does Life Hold Any More in Store?’.
Mick was a lad of about fifteen years old when he first met Frank Law and his crew-mates. He recalls that the date was 13th October 1943 when an entire bomber crew turned up at his sister’s twenty-first birthday party – her friend knew one of the crew and invited them all.
l-r in flying gear:-
Johnny Daniel – m/u, Dave Mackay – nav, Frank Law – pilot, Ron Johnstone – w/op, Cyril Plampton – r/g,
Bert Stocks – f/eng, Les Kay – b/a