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    Gents,

    Does anyone have details on the above and is there a Station Record available? Any help or pointers welcome.

    TIA

    Steve
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    G'day Steve

    Librairies and Archives Canada
    Record Grpoup 24
    Reel Number C-12, 353
    It covers the period from January, 1941 to September, 1944

    Is there anything in particular that you are looking for? Perhaps I can help.

    Cheers...Chris
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    Hi Chris,

    Thank you so much for your reply.

    I am looking for any details on Squadron Leader Frederick Moir Milligan RAF who served as an instructor at No.32 SFTS for a unknown period between 1941-1943. He was awarded a AFC recognition of his "extreme devotion to duty and his inspiration to his flying instructors in his squadron"

    Any details / photo appreciated.

    Kind regards

    Steve
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    Steve,

    Have you seen this ?

    http://airforce.ca/awards.php?search=&keyword=&page=60&mem=&type=comm onwealth

    Col.

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    Hi Col,

    Thank you for your post, yes to be honest I had. Anything relating to the RCAF my first port of call is always Hugh's excellent site. My hope is to determine when S/Ldr Milligan arrived and when he left No.32 SFTS.

    Thank you once again Col.

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