After a break of a few days, the detachment based at Saint-Inglevert patrolled with eight sorties between 09h00 and 16h00, three of which by Flying Officer Hedley N. Fowler decidedly very active.
For his part, the Flying Officer John R. H. Gayner is the victim of an accident, following a motor problem on his Gloster Gladiator. Constrained to a forced landing, near Crécy-en-Ponthieu, he breaks the tail wheel. He gets away, however, without injury.
|Flying Officer John R.H. Gayner||Gladiator (N5583 ?)||Damaged (tail wheel) after a forced-landing (motor problem) during a training ; Crécy-en-Ponthieu|
|Flying Officer Herbert S. Giddings||Gladiator N5580||14h40 – 15h50||Patrol Saint-Inglevert – Boulogne (Patrol Line A)|
|Pilot Officer David J. Looker||Gladiator N5589 (erreur dans la transcription ?)|
|Flying Officer Hedley N. Fowler||Gladiator N2309||09h00 – 10h10||Patrol Saint-Inglevert – Calais (Patrol Line C)|
|Pilot Officer Keith T. Lofts||Gladiator N2308|
|Flying Officer Hedley N. Fowler||Gladiator N2303||14h00 – 15h05||Patrol Saint-Inglevert – Boulogne (Patrol Line A)|
|Pilot Officer Richard D. Pexton||Gladiator N2304|
|A et B Flight|
|Flying Officer Hedley N. Fowler||Gladiator N2303||15h30 – 16h00||Tentative d’interception et patrouille Saint-Inglevert – Boulogne (Patrol Line A)|
|Flying Officer Leonid Ereminsky||Gladiator N2310|