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5th Sept - No 72 Squadron Combat Losses

Malcolm Gray was buried in a family grave at Fulford, near York, with the inscription on the headstone: “To the Glorious Memory of our dearly loved son, Sergeant Pilot Malcolm Gray 72 (Fighter) Squadron (Spitfire) RAF, killed in action in Defence of Britain, September 5 1940 aged 20 years. Faithful unto Death.”

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Battle of Britain eps3

So, to continue the thought, what would have happened if the RAF had lost the Battle of Britain? Now, last episode we looked at how there was the great possibility that, had this happened, Germany would have been in a stronger position to take out Russia – and therefore who would be left to take up the challenge? 637 more words

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Headcorn Combined Ops - 15th August 2015

This year has been a busy one for Headcorn, with a fully blown airshow taking place earlier in July and the Southern Model show coming up in September. 532 more words

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