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Flying Officer Robert Duff Bremner was born on 25 April 1921 in Taihape, New Zealand. He enlisted on 12 May 1942, and served with No. 486 Sqn from October 1943 to March 1945. He was awarded a DFC on 8 May 1945.

Duff Bremner died on 3 August 1994.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bremner's victories in Tempest

Date of Claim Type Claimed Aircraft Serial No. Location of Claim Unit Note
29 June 1944  V-1 SA-H (JN821)   486 Sqn   
3 July 1944 V-1  SA-L (JN801) Rye 486 Sqn   
4 July 1944 V-1  SA-G (JN854) N Nailsham 486 Sqn  
20 July 1944 1/2 x V-1 SA-C (JN802) 2-3m W Maidstone 486 Sqn   
26 July 1944 V-1 SA-D (JN803) W Dungeness 486 Sqn   
27 July 1944 1/2 x V-1 SA-D (JN803) NW Tenterden 486 Sqn  
3 Aug 1944 V-1 SA-B (JN767) 1m E Battle 486 Sqn  
3 Aug 1944 1/2 x V-1 SA-B (JN767)   486 Sqn  
6 Aug 1944 1/2 x V-1 SA-M (EJ560) Tunbridge Wells 486 Sqn  
25 Dec 1944 1/2 x Me262 SA-D (JN803) Aachen area 486 Sqn  
23 Jan 1945 Fw190 SA-E (NV719) Minden area 486 Sqn Damaged
2 Feb 1945 1/2 x Do217 SA-E (NV719) S Paderborn 486 Sqn  

 

Sources:
Aces High Vol. 2 by Christopher Shores
The Typhoon and Tempest Story by Christopher Shores and Chris Thomas
2nd TAF Vol. 3 by Chris Thomas



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