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Research Inquiry

Neil Robson of Doncaster, England, has contacted the CAHS to see if anyone can be of help in locating family members of the late F/L (Ret.)Jack G. Brown. Jack was a Typhoon pilot in the RCAF, attached to 193 RAF Squadron and wrote an article called, “Recollections of a Typhoon Pilot” in the Vol. 22, No. 2 Summer 1984 edition of the CAHS Journal. At that time, Jack was living at 26 Easton Road in North York, Ontario.

Neil Robson’s uncle, F/O James McCartney, flew Hawker Typhoons with Jack Brown in 1943 and 1944, and was killed in action on August 10, 1944. Neil has been researching the story of his uncle and would welcome information that may help him find any family members of Jack Brown. Neil can be reached at .

193 Sqn Typhoons

Hawker Typhoons of 193 RAF Squadron. Photo via internet, source unknown.