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The Airmen's Stories - P/O W F P Webber

 

Wyndham Frederick Peirson Webber was born on 18th August 1905 in Grandborough, Warwickshire and joined the RAF in May 1940 with a direct-entry commission as an Air Gunner.

He completed his training and joined 141 Squadron at Turnhouse in June.

 

 

He was detached from 141 to CGS Warmwell on 6th September 1940 for No. 10 Gunnery Leader Course, which ran from 9th September to 4th October.

Webber was posted from 141 to 410 (RCAF) Squadron on 1st July 1941.

His subsequent service is currently undocumented though it is known that he stayed on in the RAF after the war, in the Secretarial Branch, and went on to the RAFO in 1954 as a Squadron Leader.

Webber died on 30th January 1960 in Uxbridge.

 

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