The Airmen's Stories - Sgt. R R C Pound
Reginald Robert Charles Pound was born on 11th December 1912 in Plymouth and was working as a piano tuner and repairer when he joined the RAF about December 1939 as an Aircrafthand.
He later volunteered for aircrew duties and was sent on a short radar course.
He joined 25 Squadron in early October 1940 at North Weald and flew his operational sortie on the 7th.
During the night of 5th/6th May 1941, Pound, then a Sergeant, was flying with Sgt. SV Holloway. They intercepted and damaged a He111 near Walton, Norfolk, in Beaufighter
At night on 8th/9th May, again with Holloway as pilot, they damaged a Ju88 near Grantham
in Beaufighter R2197.
His subsequent service is currently undocumented though it is known that he died in October 2003 in Plymouth.