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Jones Basil Goodwin
The Argus 31 May 1941
PILOT KILLED IN TASMANIA
In an aircraft accident at No 7 Elementary Flying Training School, Western Junction (T.), yesterday, Flt.-Off. Basil Goodwin Jones, 35, married, with one child, was killed.
Two planes collided as they were leaving the aerodrome on training flights. Flt.-Off. Jones had as passenger L. Aircraftman D. S. Brown, of Melbourne, whose arm was fractured. The pilot of the other aircraft was not hurt.
Flt.-Off. Jones was a Hobart solicitor before he enlisted in the Air Force In January, 1940. He had previously done much flying as a qualified club pilot.
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