F/O Neil Conner describes how he became an Amputee 

WWll Veteran Neil Conner served in Bomber Command as a navigator with 415 Squadron, 6 Group, RCAF. He was assigned to F/O McFadden's crew, which flew 13 operational missions before being shot down on 05 January 1945 during a night raid on Hannover.  Of the seven member crew, only four members successfully parachuted.  They were all captured however F/O Connor had been seriously injured  This interview, taped shortly before Neil passed away on June 10, 2012 describes how he was injured and lost his leg below the knee after his Halifax bomber was shot down over Germany. After the war, he devoted many years of service to the Ottawa Branch of The War Amps. Video 

COMING

EVENTS

Record

Of

Discussions

Association Meeting

                               29 March 2016

Record

Of

Discussions

415 Squadron Association

Warrant Officer Fredrick “Freddie” Dorken. Story

WWII Veteran Douglas Sample recalls a tragic accident that occurred by chance on 21 August 1944, which had a huge impact on 415 Squadron. Click Here