Allan Hustead MacKimmieSergeantR/260780Royal Canadian Air ForceJanuary 12, 1926Big Valley, AlbertaJuly 19, 1943Edmonton, AlbertaEdmonton, Alberta175 feet, 8 inchesMediumBrownBrownSingleStudentUnited ChurchGina Nora MacKimmie (Mother) Beaverlodge, AlbertaJune 29, 194418Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, United Kingdom 54. J. 1.
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Following training in Canada Sergeant MacKimmie went overseas, arriving in the United Kingdom, on April 7, 1944. He was assigned to No. 22 Operational Training Unit, RAF Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, on May 16, 1944.On June 29, 1944 Wellington III HF 641 with a crew of six, including Sergeant MacKimmie serving as air gunner, departed RAF Wellesbourne on a non-operational day solo cross country flight. At 5:20 pm the aircraft, struck by lightning, crashed at Roade, Northamptonshire. All members of the crew were killed. Sergeant MacKimmie was buried on July 4, 1944 in the Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, United Kingdom