Accident Blackburn Lincock III 610, Friday 5 February 1932
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Date:Friday 5 February 1932
Time:
Type:Blackburn Lincock III
Owner/operator:ROC Air Force - 6th Aviation Group
Registration: 610
MSN:
Fatalities:Fatalities: 1 / Occupants: 1
Other fatalities:0
Aircraft damage: Destroyed
Location:Shanghai -   China
Phase: Initial climb
Nature:Military
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Destination airport:
Narrative:
The Lincock III fighter, which had sustained damage in earlier combat with Japanese fighters, crashed due to a snapped control cable shortly after takeoff.

Pilot: Yuquan HUANG

Sources:

Wu, Y. 1999. The story of the first aerial battle between China and Japan. Research of Aviation History, 1999(02): 19-25. (in Chinese)
Tang, D., 2015. Yuquan Huang: the first China Air Force serviceman perished in the struggle against invasion. Jiangmen Daily, 2015/11/13. (in Chinese)

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