Petty Officer John Lindsay Agnew, R.N. Collection
(1926-2007)
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Petty Officer John Lindsay Agnew seen in uniform.



816 Squadron cutter in a regatta.



Grumman Hellcats of 892 Squadron seen on the flight deck of HMS Ocean.



Fairey Fireflys of 816 Squadron seen on the flight deck of HMS Ocean.



A Fairey Firefly of 816 Squadron seen on the flight deck of HMS Ocean.



Take-off of a Fairey Firefly of 816 Squadron from HMS Ocean.



A Fairey Firefly of 816 Squadron making a landing on HMS Ocean.



A Fairey Firefly of 816 Squadron seen in flight.



A Fairey Firefly of 816 Squadron seen over Malta.



April-June 1945: Prototype de Havilland Sea Hornet (PX212) seen on the flight deck of HMS Ocean. Piloted by (Ty/Act.) Lt. Commander Eric M. Brown, M.B.E., D.S.C., R.N.V.R.

Note: Capt. Eric Melrose Brown, C.B.E., D.S.C., A.F.C., K.C.V.S.A., PhD Hon FRAeS, R.N. holds the world record for the most types of aircraft flown 487 and the most carrier landings 2,407. As of 2015 he was still living.



April-June 1945: Prototype de Havilland Sea Hornet (PX212) seen taking off from HMS Ocean with (Ty/Act.) Lt. Commander Eric M. Brown, M.B.E., D.S.C., R.N.V.R. at the controls.



April-June 1945: Prototype de Havilland Sea Hornet (PX212) seen landing on HMS Ocean with (Ty/Act.) Lt. Commander Eric M. Brown, M.B.E., D.S.C., R.N.V.R. at the controls.
(All photos from the collection of P.O. John L. Agnew, R.N.)
Courtesy of Lindsay Agnew

MaritimeQuest would like to thank Lindsay Agnew, son of John Agnew, for making this collection available for publication.


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