Brown (Carlos)

CAPTAIN: BROWN

LANCASTER S-SUGAR – JB221
25/26 November 1943, crashed at Brandau, 12km SSW of Reinheim.

CREW
Pilot: F/L Carlos Manuel Brown, “Skip”, RCAF, J/20377
Killed, commemorated on Runnymede Memorial
Flight Engineer: Sgt George Smith, 53585
Killed, commemorated on Runnymede Memorial
Navigator: Sgt Thomas Watson, “Tommy” or “Bang On”, 161042
Killed, commemorated on Runnymede Memorial
Bomb Aimer:  P/O H.C.Aley, “Hank”, RCAF, J/21609
Killed, buried at Durnbach War Cemetery
W/Op: Bernard Frederick Tutt, “Birdman”, 1384140
Killed, commemorated on Runnymede Memorial
M/U Gunner: David Henry Little, “Johnny”, 1398493
Killed, buried at Durnbach War Cemetery
Rear Gunner: F/Sgt Robert William Sinden, “Bob”, RAAF, 421133
Killed, buried at Durnbach War Cemetery

Carlos Manuel Brown, RCAF,  George Smith,  Thomas Watson, H.C.Aley, Bernard Frederick Tutt, David Henry Little,  Robert William Sinden
DETAILS
Brown had been awarded the Croix de Guerre by the Free French. He was an American.

The Carlos Brown crew standing in front of their Lancaster
L-R George Smith, Robert Sinden, Harry Aley, Carlos Brown, Thomas Watson, Bernard Tutt, David Little

Below the same photo but a different copy shows the crew signatures on the reverse, see below.

Battle of Berlin November 1943-March 1944
Battle of Berlin, November 43

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