No 72 Squadron Association

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WORLD WAR 2

SQUADRON GROUP WITH MASCOT

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SQUADRON GROUP WITH MASCOT
Sgt Pocock hold the engineers mascot with a squadron groups for this photo. (72 Sqn).
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Reply Mgr. Tomá? Bouzek
9:45 AM on October 25, 2016 
David Gathern says...
I knew Maurice Pocock in the 1970's when he was Group Chairman of 1st Langley Scouts. He worked for the CAA then and I was an avid aviation enthusiast (still am). Sadly, I did not find out about his RAF past until after his death. I then researched him and found out that he landed wheels up at West Malling on 1/9/40, after combat with an Bf109, while flying Spitfire L1056. He was wounded in the left leg and wrist. This could explain why he walked with a bit of a limp


Hi, problem is time here, because he could be shot down either around 10.40 (Cornwell) or 14.00 GMT.
Reply Tom Docherty
9:35 AM on September 3, 2010 
Hi David,

Thanks for the info on Maurice Pocock. Very interesting. There are several reference to him in my book 'Swift To Battle, Vol.1' published by Pen & Sword if you wish to find out more about him or 72 Sqn

Yours aye

Tom Docherty
Reply David Gathern
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