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RCAF Combat Claims 1939-40

Read in seven (7) columns: squadron/date/Aircrew name(s)/Rank/Affiliation/Destroyed/Damaged/Probable/Additional Details and Source(s) 41 Sqn 17-Oct-39 Blatchford, H.P. F/L RAFCAN He-111 (S) X – 20 – 30 miles East of Whitby – United Kingdom – Into the sea – (Shores) – 1 Sqn 23-Nov-39 Brown, M.H. F/L RAFCAN Do-17 (S) X – From 4 (F)/ 122 – Le… Read More

RCAF Combat Claims 1944 – 1 January to 30 June

411 (RCAF) Sqn 4-Jan-44 Orr, R.W. F/L RCAF Me-109 X – West of Rouen – France in Spitfire MJ 229 (Shores) 122 Sqn 6-Jan-44 Stephens, D.R. F/O RAFCAN Fw-190 X – South of the Somme Estuary – France in Spitfire MH 875 (Shores) – 401 (RCAF) Sqn 6-Jan-44 Hamilton, H.K. F/O RCAF Fw-190 X –… Read More

RCAF Combat Claims 1939-1940

41 Sqn 17-Oct-39 Blatchford, H.P. F/L RAFCAN He-111 (S) X – 20 – 30 miles East of Whitby – United Kingdom – Into the sea – (Shores) – 1 Sqn 23-Nov-39 Brown, M.H. F/L RAFCAN Do-17 (S) X – From 4 (F)/ 122 – Le Cateau – France In Hurricane L 1971 (Shores) – 1/2… Read More

National Presidents

Air Chief Marshal L.S. Breadner, CB, DSC. Breadner served as Dominion National President until 25 May 1951. For more on his career, please visit this Wikipedia link. Air Vice Marshal A.L. Morfee, CB, CBE Air Vice Marshal G.E. Brookes, CB, OBE Air Vice Marshal K.M. Guthrie, CB, CBE, CDAir Vice Marshal K.M. Guthrie Air Vice… Read More

Battle of Britain

The 117 Canadians who fought in the Battle of Britain 10 July-31 October 1940: 90128 F/L John William Maxwell “Max” AITKEN, DFC 601 Squadron. Born in Montreal 15/2/10. On 16 May, 1940 he flew to France with the Hurricanes of “A” Flight to reinforce 3 Squadron. He was quite successful being involved in the destruction of six enemy… Read More

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