LADYMAN, Brian Carter

Plane was an Avro Anson AW-878 of 2 Air Observers School which took off from Mount Gambier airfield in South Australia to carry out radius of action navigation exercise. The plane disappeared having crashed into the sea. The bodies of the four crew were never found.

Last Name
LADYMAN
Given Names
Brian Carter
Service Number
436921
Date of Birth
03/11/1924
Birth Location
Katanning W.A
Enlistment Date
22/05/1943
Enlistment Location
Perth
1Wags Start Date
19/08/1943
Course Details
Navigation Course 8
Intake Date
19/08/1943
Finish Date
16/12/1943
To
2 A.O.S
Kill Date or Discharge Date
15/02/1944 (Killed)
Discharge Unit
2 AOS
Rank
Leading Aircraftman
Operations
Aircraft accident Lady Julia Percy Island Vic. Australia
Date of Death
15/02/1944
Age
19
Cemetery / Memorial
Sydney Memorial NSW
Medals
War medal
Notes

Plane was an Avro Anson AW-878 of 2 Air Observers School which took off from Mount Gambier airfield in South Australia to carry out radius of action navigation exercise. The plane disappeared having crashed into the sea. The bodies of the four crew were never found.

Posting on Death
2 Air Observers School
NAA Status
DIGITIZED
1WAGS - LADYMAN Brian Carter - Service Number 436921 (edited-2)
1WAGS - LADYMAN Brian Carter - Service Number 436921 (edited-2)
1WAGS - LADYMAN Brian Carter - Service Number 436921 (new_edited-1)
1WAGS - LADYMAN Brian Carter - Service Number 436921 (Plaque_edited-1)

Acknowledgements

National Archives of AustraliaUBC Web DesignCity of BallaratDepartment of Veterans+39 AffairsAustralian War MemorialRSL Virtual War Memorial