|Place made||Australia: South Australia, Port Pirie|
Second World War, 1939-1945
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Group portrait of participants of the No 2 Bombing and Gunnery School (BAGS), Course 30, on ...
Group portrait of participants of the No 2 Bombing and Gunnery School (BAGS), Course 30, on graduation day. Left to right, back row, is: Leading Aircraftman (LAC) Reader; LAC O'Sullivan; LAC Ziersch probably 417690 Flight Sergeant (Flt Sgt) Leslie Ernest Ziersch (lost on operations over the United Kingdom on 11 April 1944); 417830 LAC Geoffrey O'Halloran Giles; 417820 LAC Frederick Dyer; LAC Ballinger; LAC Sincock; LAC Parham; LAC Johnson; LAC Quinlivan; LAC Willington; LAC Banfield; LAC Payne; LAC Kirkham; LAC Bonham; LAC Kerfoot; 419298 LAC (later Flying Officer [FO]) Harry Ronald Crout (lost on operations over France on 10 May 1944); LAC Phillips; LAC Porter; LAC Wallace. Third row: 427438 Flt Sgt Gergo Caveridge (lost on operations over Germany on 28 September 1944); Clark; Dutton; 427502 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Paulus Senor Coronel (killed in an accident in the United Kingdom on 25 September 1944); Lamberton; 417821 LAC (later Warrant Officer) Harold Murray Earle (lost on operations over the North Sea on 29 October 1944); LAC Groves; LAC Randell; LAC Scott; LAC Morton; LAC Potter; LAC Walters; LAC Oliver; LAC Bunce; LAC Mitchell; LAC Kiddle; 26221 LAC Alick Betram Ewens; possibly 417818 LAC (later Flight Lieutenant [Flt Lt]) Clifford Harris Drewer (lost on operations over France on 24 June 1944); LAC Horinack; 410144 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Ronald Charles Brookman (lost on operations over France on 26 September 1944). Second row: LAC Brand; LAC Moffitt; LAC Seymour; LAC Lowe; LAC Lake; LAC Mander; LAC Murray; possibly 417855 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Rex Tidswell Lathlean (lost on operations over the United Kingdom on 24 July 1944); LAC Baynes; LAC Keightley; 419332 LAC (later Pilot Officer) John Barrie Nanscawen (lost on operations over Germany on 8 February 1945); 417826 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Frank Edgar Fischer (lost on operations over Germany on 29 July 1944); 410536 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Leonard Allan Eunson (lost on operatipons over France on 6 August 1944); King; 419387 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Gregory Herbert Hunkin (lost on operations over N. W. Europe on 27 June 1944); LAC Adams; LAC Kitto; LAC McRostie; LAC Martin; possibly 418744 LAC Conrad Fontaine. Front row: 417822 LAC David Easterbrook; LAC Bury; LAC Andrews; Corporal (Cpl) Kiddle; Sergeant (Sgt) Barnes; Warrant Officer (WO) Hunt; Flight Officer (FO) Allmand; Flight Sergeant (FS) Wilson; Sgt Stanbury; 417824 LAC (later Flt Sgt) Albert Wilson Farrer (lost on operations over France on 16 August 1944); LAC Hughes; LAC Carlton; LAC Ashurst.