Aircraft: Mosquito HJ763

Squadron: 107 RAF

Date of crash: 17/03/1944

Related Airmen:

F/LT Kevin S Dodrill RAF

F/Lt David Mark Campbell

17/03/1944. Departed from RAF Lasham. Aircraft was written off beyond repair. Aircraft lost a wing and dived into the ground at Woodcott range.
Died 17/03/1944, aged 31.
120419. 107 Sqdn.
Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Son of David and Elizabeth Campbell, of Kerrykeel.

F/Lt Kevin Sean Dodrill DFC

Died 17/03/1944

Kevin Sean Dodrill, DFC, Flight Lieutenant, 49027, Nav./Bomber, 107 Sqn RAF VR.

F/L Kevin S. Dodrill served at great Massingham from March 1941

DODRILL, Kevin Sean, Warrant Officer (581086, Royal Air Force) – No.107 Squadron – Distinguished Flying Cross – awarded as per London Gazette dated 26 June 1942. Citation from Flight, 23 July 1942.

“This Warrant Officer is an exceptionally skilful navigator and bomb aimer. During his first operational tour he completed many successful attacks on targets in the Low Countries, and later he completed many sorties at night. Warrant Officer Dodrill has commenced a second tour of operations. His past experience, initiative and skill render his services of great value.”

Son of George and Margaret Dodrill; husband of Dorita Angela Margaret Dodrill, of Woodston.


Significant bomber and multi-role aircraft from 1942. Took part in many famous raids such as attacks on Amiens prison and Gestapo headquarters in Bergen.

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