Sgt. Van Guen would later be killed on July 14 1942 while acting as Wireless Operator on X3416 piloted by Bail Pearce.
P/O Kenyon after completing one Tour with 419 would return in 1943 and assigned role of Gunnery Leader at 419. While on an operation on the night of September 16/17th the Halifax he was on , LW240 was brought down. All the crew became POWs or Evaders.
F/L Kenyon, initially evaded capture but was caught several days later. He became well known for his drawings of the Great Escape published in a number of books including the one by Paul Birch.
He also took part in the forgery of documents used by the escapers in the Great Escape at Stalag Luft III. As a result of this forgery works his eyesight was impaired for the rest of his life. But he did continue on in his work as artist once the war was over.