History of the 602 Squadron

Roll of Honour - 1939 - 1945 - Lest We Forget
(Norwegian Army Air Services on attachment to 602 Squadron)

The Roll of Honour lists the names of those members of 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force who made the supreme sacrifice in the Second World War from 1939 to 1945. Many listed are members of the Royal Air Forces, Commonwealth and Allied Air Forces who flew under the banner of 'The Crossed Lion ' thus they are our brothers.

The Roll of Honour runs in alphabetical order - A - I | J - R | S - Z

Sjt. Aarebrot, Ole Kornelius
Died - 17 June 1942

Redhill. Training Flight. Climbed to 23'000 feet and fell out of formation. Crashed at Pilstyle Farm near Cuckfield. Investigation revealed he had asked his rigger to turn off oxygen before flight.
Buried at Cuckfield and re-interred in Norway.

Kpt. Hertzberg, Jens Schielderup
Died - 02 January 1942

RAF Kenley. 'Rhubarb' to St.Valery. Attacked two Heinkel 114 aircraft. Reported Engine problem. Did not respond to R/T. Reported ' Missing'.
Buried in France and re-interred in Norway.

Kpt. Johnsen, Thorvald DFC
(824 No.AAS) NAAS
Died - 01 August 1944

B.11.Longues. Attacked something East of Conde. Seen to burst into flames at 1000ft. Assumed to have been hit by enemy ground fire. Aircraft disintegrated.
Buried in Normandy and re-interred in Norway.