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3 May 1916.

Lovely post about Bunnie & Dickinson.

Bristol Scout

2 May.

Bunnie in BE2C s/no 1125 (passenger)

Back to No. 2 with Simpson. I don’t like being a passenger a bit.

This entry seem a little confusing. Nos 2 and 3 are clearly Nos 2 & 3 Wing, based at aerodromes on opposite sides of Kephalos harbour. Bunnie was with No. 2 Wing, so why was he coming back from no. 3 Wing? Had he gone round by car the evening before? 

Dickinson

Very hot, went over to HA to get map for tomorrow’s raid. Bathed in Aliki with Fitzherbert. Very warm and pleasant. Wind changed about four times in the evening while Jacob and Blandy were up after a seaplane reported from Mudros, so that the first two landed with the wind, though from opposite directions. Jacob had four attempts, making a fine landing in the last, but old Fitz did a glorious landing at about 70mph running…

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