PALMER, Stanley John Fielding

Previous service 28th Battn. Flt Sgt Stanley John Fielding was killed in air operations, Kornwestheim, Germany. Operation Stuttgart Reason for Loss Aircraft took off at 1904hrs. Believed to have fallen victim to flak. Crashed 3km SW of Ludwigsburg, located 10km N of Stuttgart.

Last Name
PALMER
Given Names
Stanley John Fielding
Service Number
415677
Date of Birth
02/11/1917
Birth Location
Subiaco W.A
Enlistment Date
07/12/1941
Enlistment Location
Perth
1Wags Start Date
05/03/1942
Course Details
WAGS Course 23
Intake Date
02/03/1942
Finish Date
24/08/1942
To
3 BAGS
Kill Date or Discharge Date
15/03/1944 (Killed)
Discharge Unit
463 SQN
Rank
Flight Sergeant
Operations
Air ops. Target Stuttgart Germany
Date of Death
15/03/1944
Age
26
Cemetery / Memorial
Durnbach Cemetery Germany
Medals
Air Gunners badge 1939-45 Star A/C Europe Star Defence War medal
Notes

Previous service 28th Battn. Flt Sgt Stanley John Fielding was killed in air operations, Kornwestheim, Germany. Operation Stuttgart Reason for Loss Aircraft took off at 1904hrs. Believed to have fallen victim to flak. Crashed 3km SW of Ludwigsburg, located 10km N of Stuttgart.

Posting on Death
463Squadron
NAA Status
DIGITIZED
1WAGS - Palmer Stanley - Service Number 415677 (edited-3)
1WAGS - Palmer Stanley - Service Number 415677 (edited-3)
1WAGS - PALMER Stanley John Fielding - Service Number 415677 (edited-1)

Acknowledgements

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