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Old 26th December 2006, 22:18
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Graham Hulse

This pilot served with 122 Squadron and 81 Squadrons in 1942-1943, but in November 1943 81 Squadron was withdrawn to serve in the Far East. I think that this pilot transferred to 93 Squadron at this time. Duncan-Smith mentions a pilot called Sgt Hulse being shot down in the Spring of 1944 but evading, and the chance of two Sergeant-Pilots called Hulse being in that theatre at that time must be very slim.

Given that two of his "damaged" claims have subsequently been confirmed by records to have been destroyed, and that he made three confirmed claims in Korea when air combat was limited, did he make any claims with 93? In the period January-April 1944 his squadron (if indeed he did serve with 93) made 20 cliams. 11 of these can be attributed to Andrews (4) and Bunting (4) and Taylor (3), but who claimed the others?

TOE does give details but they are still quite slim, and it seems possible to me that he may have been even more successful in WW2.
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