This is post 94 on this blog.
It started here
In fact it started in 1952 on page 4, last paragraph.
Flying Officers L. P. E. Piche and A. J. Horrell set out in an Auster to fly to Antwerp. They arrived there safely, took off again and vanished into the blue. Both pilots had been with the squadron since Gander days.
More than just names…?
I had never heard of those two pilots before Nicole Morley wrote a comment on my blog paying homage to another RCAF fighter squadron, No. 403.
Nicole had written a simple comment posted in March 2013.
My name is Nicole Morley and my Great Uncle Arthur James Horrell was in the 443 squadron. I don’t know if my Great Uncle ever knew William Irvine Gould but I imagine he probably did. I’m doing some research on my Uncle and was wondering if there was anyone who had pictures or information about the 443 squadron or anything related to my Uncle. You can reach me at my e-mail address.
It was about this article.
I had replied that she had the wrong squadron, but that I could help her by creating a new blog about 443 squadron.
This blog had evolved a lot since 2013.
Names are now more than just names…
Reblogged this on RCAF No. 443 Squadron and commented:
A special homage to Ivor Williams and his fellow pilots