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James W Mathers (his second name is currently unknown) joined the RAF about June 1940 as an Aircrafthand.
He volunteered for flying duties and went on a short radar course after which he joined 23 Squadron at Middle Wallop in September.
He flew his first sortie with the squadron on the 19th and his last on 25th October.
Mathers then moved to 29 Squadron at Digby and flew his first sortie with them on 29th October.
His subsequent service is currently undocumented though it is believed that he survived the war.