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CALVERT, J Michael (#152)

…with General Wingate; involvement with Chindits; joining of Special Air Service; history of Special Air Service. Aspects of operations as officer with 22nd Special Air Service in GB and North West Europe, 1944-1945: organisation of Special Air Service; problems with French Special Air Service troops and ex-Long Range Desert Group…

BURN, Michael C (#86)

…co-operative in north Wales, a venture that proved financially disastrous as he insisted on turning all the profits over to his workers. His autobiography, Turned Towards the Sun, appeared in 2003. Michael Burn married, in 1947, Mary Booker (née Walter), whose first great love had been the badly-burned wartime pilot…

JOHNSON, James E (#21)

…Cottesmore and to hold hunt balls in the officers’ mess. Johnnie Johnson with a Spitfire with his number After promotion to air commodore and a spell as Senior Air Staff Officer at Bomber Command’s No 3 Group, at Mildenhall, Suffolk, he received (on promotion to air vice-marshal) his final command…

SWETT, James Elms (#302)

…John’ BASILONE from a fellow CMOH winner, Mitchell PAGE and also in GUADALCANAL and was most happy to agree to also commemorate the tremendous service and courage of Gunnery Sgt John Basilone CMOH and his posthumous Navy Cross USMC. Manila John, so called from his earlier service in the pre-war…

LOTT, C George (#11)

…Tangmere.” GEORGE LOTT’S CATERPILLAR TIE (AWARDED TO THOSE SAVED BY PARACHUTE) AND HIS No 4 BFTS (MESA, ARIZONA) TIE ARE DISPLAYED IN THE MUSEUM’S TANGMERE HALL.” Further material in the IWM Collections: https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205447740 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205023610 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205219399 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205446957 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1060009567 (x-ref BROADHURST) https://www.tangmere-museum.org.uk/artefact-month/george-lotts-ties 1238 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/1060035141 Date: 09-JUL-1940 Time: day Type: Hawker Hurricane Mk…

CHESHIRE, Geoffrey Leonard (#31)

…five homes in the UK. The first overseas project began outside Mumbai, India. The 1960s saw rapid expansion. By 1970 there were: Over 50 services in the UK. Five services in India. Activities in 21 other countries around the world. Care in the community By the 1970s, we were established…

WATKINS, Tasker (#256)

…address he observed with force and accuracy that the subject of tip stability had received less consideration than any other aspect of coal mining. He also prosecuted in a number of cases involving Welsh extremists, including the Free Wales Army trial in 1969, which followed the discovery of a plot…

WILMOT, Allan C (#224)

…to White people, e.g. the Jitterbug; antagonism from White American servicemen in England. Service with the West Indians Ex-Servicemen Association [now the West Indian Association of Service Personnel] after his retirement; stories of meeting politician Boris Johnson, Prince Charles, and Queen Elizabeth II; final reflections on his life; wrote an…

STRONG, Albert (#231)

…Train 1869 Army Service Corps 1918 Royal Army Service Corps 1965 Royal Corps of Transport 1993 Royal Logistics Corps …Provision of food, ammunition, petrol and above all transport 1939 10,000 men 1945 335,000 personnel = 10% of British Army & the Movements Service of the Royal Engineers an extra 180,000…

DALTON-MORGAN, Thomas F (#306)

…before attending the RAF Staff College, and becoming a senior instructor at the School of Land/Air Warfare. Later he commanded the Gutersloh Wing, flying Vampire jets, before taking command of RAF Wunsdorf. On leaving the service in 1952, Dalton-Morgan joined the UK/Australian Joint Project, at Woomera, where he managed the…

ROSIER, Fred (#17)

…an air force ranging from Shackleton bombers, Beverley and Argosy transports to Hunters, Twin Pioneers and helicopters he worked closely with the other Services to protect British interests as far afield as Kenya and the Gulf and was fortunate to be there at a relatively quiet period in the troubled…

DUMON, AndrΓ©e Antoine (#158)

Alan Pollock’s Rough Notes: A work in progress – the fuller biographies will emerge in due course: please sign up to the Newsletter (bottom of the page) and we’ll let you know when we’ve done more justice in writing up our extraordinary signatories. Helped rescue 27 Allied Escaped Aircrew, for…

TUCK, RR Stanford (#9)

…Tuck disliked his new plane and squadron morale was poor. However, he quickly changed his mind as the Hurricane proved to be a sturdy gun platform, and morale improved after a succession of victories. In January Bob was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) and in April the DFC for…

FRASER, Ian E (#67)

…Off-shore Services until 1982. Fraser remained in the RNR rank until he retired as a lieutenant- commander in 1966. He was awarded the Reserve Decoration with Long Service Bar, became a JP and vice-president of the Merseyside Branch of the Submarine Old Comrades’ Association. Ian Fraser’s Medal Group (Lord Ashcroft’s…

DEERE, Alan C (#49)

probably destroyed a Me109, on 12th August he destroyed two Me109’s and a Me110, on the 15th he destroyed two Me109’s, probably a third and damaged another but had to bale out at a very low level from Spitfire R6981 after being chased back across the Channel by two German…

HODGES, Lewis (#34)

…were dramatically improved. Hodges’s portrait hangs in a prominent place in the club. His experiences as an evader, and his contacts with the SOE and the French Resistance during his wartime service, left Hodges with a deep respect for those who risked so much and for the many who gave…

CURTIS, Lettice (#77)

…a number of high placings. She later bought her own aircraft (a Wicko), in which she competed in a number of Daily Express Air Races. In the early 1960s, Lettice Curtis left Fairey for the Ministry of Aviation, working for a number of years on the initial planning of the…

VRACIU, Alexander (#303)

promoted to lieutenant commander and spent six years as a test pilot. He was instrumental in forming the post-war Naval and Marine Air Reserve program. After staff assignments with the U.S. Navy in Washington, D.C., Vraciu became a jet training officer at Los Alamitos Naval Air Station in Orange County,…

KAGAN, Jack (#311)

…occupation of their Polish town, set up a partisans’ camp in dense forest and fought back. But the film has provoked controversy over whether the Bielski brothers, who helped more than 1,200 Jews to escape from the ghettoes, were courageous heroes or ruthless killers who, fighting alongside Soviet partisans, committed…

CURTIS, Lawrence (#260)

…be on standby, he learned that none was available. The crew turned for Sardinia and Curtis made contact with an American airfield there. With the bomb release circuits destroyed, the crew managed to prod some of the bombs away using a ruler, and the aircraft was able to gain some…

WEST, Ferdinand (#28)

…father’s regiment was ordered overseas, he resigned his commission to remain with his wife, but at the outbreak of the Boer War, he immediately volunteered for service again and in 1902 was killed in action. His widow left England to take up residence in Milan, Italy, where young Freddie commenced…

DUDGEON, AG (#187)

…got a foothold in Iraq, and that “our Middle East base could have been nipped out”. Antony Greville Dudgeon was born on December 6 1916 in Cairo, where his father was Professor of Psychiatry at a hospital. Tony was educated at Eton and the RAF College Cranwell, graduating as a…

HOLDER, Paul (#191)

…the university air squadrons. In 1965, Holder was promoted Air Marshal and took over at Coastal Command (and tangential Nato posts) where he encouraged the introduction of Nimrod, a maritime reconnaissance version of the Comet, which entered service in 1969, a year after he retired. On retirement, Holder set about…

ROWLAND, John N (#243)

…that he had been awarded a Bar for his gallant conduct during the two sorties to Hanover. John Naunton Rowland was born in Cardiff on December 28 1919. He attended Cheltenham College before gaining a cadetship to the RAF College Cranwell. On the outbreak of the Second World War, his…

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