Incident Miles Master Mk I N7762,
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Date:Thursday 9 January 1941
Type:Miles Master Mk I
Owner/operator:8 SFTS RAF
Registration: N7762
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Laurencekirk, Kincadineshire -   United Kingdom
Phase: En route
Departure airport:RAF Montrose, Forfarshire
Destination airport:
Miles Master Mk.1 N7762, 8 SFTS: Crashed at Laurencekirk, Kincadineshire 9 January 1941 after caught fire in flight and abandoned. Pilot, Leading Aircraftman Anthony Richard Porter (Service number 65529), baled out, descended by parachute, but was injured in a 'hard' landing

Pilot recovered from his injuries and completed his training: as Pilot Officer Anthony Richard PORTER (Service Number 65529) of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve he was lost (presumed killed in action) in Hurricane I Z4254. Reported Missing on tactical reconnaissance of El Dudo, Western Desert, Libya area, on 6 December 1941 when with 451 Squadron RAAF (See National Archives (PRO Kew) File AIR 81/10830)


1. National Archives (PRO Kew) AIR 81/4833:
5. National Archives (PRO Kew) File AIR 81/10830:

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