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123 / 439 Squadron Personnel Database



Walker W.H., F/L, Adjutant 123 Sqn circa October 1943.  F/L Walker had been detached on temporary duty as adjutant for No. 164 Squadron at Moncton since 24 September.

Walsh  R.T. (Bert) P/O with  123 Squadron as the Engineering Officer (1943) and F/O with 439 Squadron (1944) overseas.

Walsh  G.V.  , Squadron Leader  and  in command of the School of Army Co-Operation (a forerunner of 123 & 439 Sqn)  at Trenton Ontario for the short period 27 November 1936 to 6 February 1937 .

Warren Donald 

Webb DC F/L 30590 Pilot F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Weeks Ted LAC Admin Type Circa May 1954 (North Luffenham UK) during the Sabre Days. (Later to 441 Sqn) Ended up at Marville on Apr 1/56 (Big Day, Big $9.00 mo raise on promotion to Cpl.) Retired  RCAF as F/O Pers/Admin in 1967. Now resides in Nanoose Bay BC

Weir , LAC, Len, Squadron Transport Driver

Wenz HF F/L 17822 Pilot F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Whelan M.J., Mike, F/L, J4910, Typhoon Pilot, 08 Mar 1945,  Posted in from 139 Sqn.

Wheeler TD F/O 38438 F-86 Sabre Pilot Circa 1953- 25 Sep 1953 posted to 401 Reserve Squadron at Montreal.

Whyte H Cpl 27543 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Wilkinson CF F/O 38421 F-86 Sabre Pilot Circa 1953

Wilson HT F/O 15227 F-86 Sabre Pilot Circa 1952

Wiltzen WA Cpl 13298 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Wingate HR F/O 37820 F-86 Sabre Pilot Circa 1953

Wood J.D., F/O, J37898, Pilot, 18 May 1945 -  ????. Posted in from 175 Sqn (arrived 5 July 1945).

Wregget Gord Cpl Technician, Instrument  & Electrical, Sabres Circa 1963 - 

Wright W.A., F/S, R74061, Pilot, 02 Dec 1944 - 24 Dec 1944. Son of Harold Hutchinson Wright and Eva Luella Wright, of Pembroke, Ontario, Canada; husband of Margaret Mary Wright, of Pembroke. Killed at age 22, after being attacked by allied aircraft upon returning to his base in Holland. F/S Wright had only been with the Squadron since 02 Dec 1944 and this was his fourth mission.

Wytsma - Ted  was born May 22, 1922 in Wommels, The Netherlands. The family emigrated to Canada in 1928, settling in Swalwell, Alberta. In 1936 they moved to Red Deer, making it their permanent home. Ted enlisted in the RCAF on December 8, 1941. He served with 118 Squadron in Alaska and 439 Squadron in Europe. He was honourably released on October 20, 1945. Ted Wytsma passed away at the Rosedale Hospice on June 11, 1997 at the age of 75 years


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