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His skill was particularly displayed on September 28 [= 27], when his squadron destroyed twenty enemy aircraft.

Flight Lieutenant Barton has destroyed four enemy machines and shared in the destruction of others.

He shows a high standard of courage and initiative and his excellent leadership has been a tonic to his flight commanders and fellow pilots and to the station in general. In spite of being held and dazzled by searchlights he descended to 1,000 feet over the base and pressed home his attacks at this low altitude under heavy antiaircraft fire with great deliberation and resolution, securing direct hits on the seaplane base and causing an outbreak of fire. and Gertrude Bennett Married (Caxton Hall Register Office, Westminster district, London) Joan Bennett (Mrs Poulter), of The Limes, Whyke, Chichester, Sussex. His determination and coolness have had a splendid influence on his squadron as a whole. He joined the RAF as an Aircraft Apprentice at Halton in January 1929 (563057) and passed out as an LAC Engine Fitter in December 1931.

He leads his squadron on all interceptions and offensive fighter patrols which entails being on "Standby" every other day. Later recommended for a cadetship at Cranwell, Bennions was given his ab initio flying training there but the cadetship did not eventuate.

249 Squadron RAF (Battle of Britain and Malta) [from 12.1940 onwards as Commanding Officer; took the squadron to Malta flying from deck of HMS Ark Royal; crash-landed and sustained second-degree burns on but Remained on Malta and returned to action] Elder son of Col. This officer has completed three tours of operational duty, two of which have been served in the Far Eastern theatre of war operations. Lewis Collingwood Bearne, DSO, AM (1878-1940), Indian Army, and Violet Hette Rogers Gibbs (1881-1972). Son of William Beattie (1861-1914), and Beatrice Laura Coles (1863-1935). Bennions was with 41 Squadron at the start of the Battle of Britain.

Vernon Beadon, 9th Gurkha Rifles, and Beryl Martin. He has led the squadron on several occasions achieving excellent results. Adams (ne Townsend), of Two-Miles-Ash, Horsham, Sussex. On July 28 and 29 1940 he claimed Bf 109s destroyed.

21386 at after having qualified with 300 flying hours in the RAF]; Managing Director, Shell Aircraft Ltd, 1958-69, retd. In October 1943, Wing Commander Baker carried out a hazardous attack at point blank range on enemy shipping under heavy fire, to score a direct hit. Engaged (04.1939) Hilda Olive Myers, daughter of Mr & Mrs W. W/C Balsdon led the formation to the target and back to the English coast and then gave over command to S/L Sherwood DFC owing to damage caused by flak."] Son of late Lt Col Ronald P. Bernard and Lettice Mina, younger daughter of late Captain Gerald C. Married (, Hendon Register Office, Middlesex) Joan Doris Davis; three sons. Harry George Currell, MVO, DFC, AFC (1923-1981).58063/46170 Pilot Officer, later Sqdn.

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09.1940 posted to Durban South Africa, taking part in the delivery flight of Coo-ee to South Africa via West Africa .

**** This fearless pilot has recently added a further four enemy aircraft to his previous successes; in addition he has probably destroyed another four and damaged five hostile aircraft. : Paul Brickhill, Reach for the sky : the story of Douglas Bader, DSO, DFC (1954); Laddie Lucas, Flying colours : the epic story of Douglas Bader (1981); Robert Jackson, Douglas Bader : a biography (1983); John Frayn Turner, The Bader tapes (1986); Michael G. Member Board of Faculty of Dental Surgery of Royal College of Surgeons of England, 1947-53; Honorary member, British Dental Association; Honorary President Armed Forces Commission, Federation Dentaire Internationale, 1953; Honorary Dental Surgeon to the Queen, 1952-54. .)1939, Inch district, Wigtownshire) Phyllis Mary Ralston Adair (died 1991), of Portpatrick, younger daughter of Mr & Mrs Percy John Adair, of North West Castle, Stranraer, Wigtownshire. George Cleland Gourlay, KOSB.[Returning in a Manchester I (L7490 OF-U) from a daylight attack on the Gneisenau in the port of Brest, Balsdon's aircraft, a Halifax, which had been damaged by anti-aircraft fire over the target, crashed on landing at Coningsby and the whole crew were killed. diss., 1946; she married 1965, Sir Reginald Holcroft, 2nd Bt, TD), 2nd daughter of R. Playfair; two daughters; 2nd, 1946, Lois White, daughter of Francis Russell, Victoria, Australia.