Hallett, Clement Arthur

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War Service:
Sergeant (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner) CLEMENT ARTHUR HALLETT Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve was killed in action on 5 July 1944 while serving with 207 Squadron.
At 2337 on 4 July Lancaster ‘EM-G’ took off from RAF Spilsbury to bomb a flying-bomb storage depot. The aircraft crashed at about 0135 on 5 July near Chantilly.

All of the crew are buried in Creil Communal Cemetery.

Location of Memorial:
Clement Hallett is remembered in the Memorial Book at Addey and Stanhope School, Deptford.

Details:
He was the son of Albert and Florence Hallett of New Cross.

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