[Pilot's flying log book and log book entry instructions for S/L John Stafford Stoneman]

John Stoneman, Writer;  Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force, Maker; 

15 Dec 1941-01 Aug 1943
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Maker and Role
John Stoneman, Writer
Canada. Royal Canadian Air Force, Maker
Production Date
15 Dec 1941-01 Aug 1943
Description
1. Pilot's log book for Squadron Leader / Warrant Officer Stoneman published by the Royal Canadian Air Force. Includes log entries for flights as well as records of service with aircraft flown. The duty column of the last flight log entry is filled out "Operations to Hamburg" followed by the stamp "death presumed / Jun 1947". Stoneman and crew did not return from their operations for the Bombing of Hamburg / Operation Gomorrah after the aircraft Lancaster III ED645 PM-F crashed south of Harburg.
2. Loose typed list titled "Rules for making up log book." Certification section signed by Stoneman and dated 27 August 1942. Glued to this list is a second list titled "Pilot's flying log book / standard entries".
Other Name
R.C.A.F. Form R. 95
R.A.F. 414
Physical Description
1 log book (unnumbered pages, loose leaves) ; 22.5 x 19.5 cm
Media/Materials
Signature/Marks
"Death presumed / Central depository / Jun 1947 / Royal Air Force" -in log book on page titled 'Certificates of qualification as first pilot' and page of last log entry. Stamped
"RAF Elsham Wolds" -in log book on page titled 'Certificates of qualification as first pilot' Hand-written
Accession No
MSS-0135-1.1
Credit Line
John Stoneman et al. 15 Dec 1941-01 Aug 1943. [Pilot's flying log book and log book entry instructions for S/L John Stafford Stoneman], MSS-0135-1.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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