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Old 26th January 2018, 11:40
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HMS Theseus: Sea Otter/s

After the serial number/codes of the Sea Otter/s embarked on Theseus during her 1947 Far East tour.

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Old 26th January 2018, 14:42
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Re: HMS Theseus: Sea Otter/s

Hello,

Sea Otter ASR.II RD884. TOC Evanton SS 30.11.45; RNARY Donbristle to Crail 15.8.46; Belfast 16.8.46; 799 Sqn Lee 1.47 - 2.47 (prefix?); Gosport to Belfast 1-2.10.47; Anthorn to Gosport 20.10.47; Acceptance test (probably on arrival) RNARY Donbristle 9.6.48; Ships Flight Theseus ('300/T') 8.48 Starboard wheel hit round-down, u/c collapsed, a/c caught No.3 wire 10.11.48 (WFO FJ Longman); SOC 17.1.49; RNARY Fleetlands 1.49; To Gosport dump 4.49 (still coded '300/T') (P.514.

Sea Otter ASR.II RD922. Tested Saro Cowes 20.6.46; Somerton to VA High Point 21.6.46; Farnborough for display 26.6.46; Saro Cowes 2.7.46 (conv Mk.II 13.7.46); TOC RN at Saro 1.8.46; RY 10.1.47; Lee-on-Solent to RDU Anthorn 17.2.46; Ships Flight Theseus, pupil made heavy water landing during dual instruction, buckled port wingtip and float, Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong 29.10.47; (L/C GR Callingham RN & Capt RK Dickson) Belfast 1.49 ... (p.515)

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Sea Otter ASR.II JN196. Lee to Saro 30.7.46 (conv to MK.II); RY 12.1.47; 733 Sqn Trincomalee, tested 3.5.47; 721 Sqn Kai Tak from 24.10.47; To UK in Theseus 10.11.47 RNAMY to Belfast 1.49 ... (p.513)

See:
Fleet Air Arm Fixed-Wing Aircraft since 1946.
Sturtivant,Ray with Burrow,Mick & Lee Howard.
Tonbridge:Air-Britain (Historians),2004.
pp.513-4

Col.

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