Leslie Jackson's Log Book

Leslie Jackson's Log Book



Leslie Jackson's family have kept his flying log book from his career with the RAF during WWII.


It covers his time from initial training as a Wireless Operator which commenced on the 19th March 1943 through all his various training courses to his operational career with 44 (Rhodesia) Squadron from March 1944 to July 1944 when he was killed in action over France.


With the permission of the family I have published the pages of the book and they can be found indexed here.


Leslie Jackson, Wireless Operator






   




Thomas Leslie jackson, RAF


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