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Thread: The Diary of S/Ldr.L.V.James

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    Hi Bill
    Thank you
    I think grandfather trained some pilots from Canada
    You have a great website it looks like it must keep you very busy
    Deborah

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    Default S/L L.V. James DFC

    For your further information:

    JAMES, Leslie Vidal, A/S/L (37770, Royal Air Force) - No.149 Squadron - Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 23 December 1941. Citation from Royal Air Force Quarterly, Volume XIII, No.2 (March 1942).

    "For some time this officer has acted as flight commander. He has participated in numerous operational sorties, which have all been executed with great dash and vigour. On one occasion in June 1941, his aircraft was hit by shell fire but he flew it back to this country with the port engine emitting flames which were not extinguished until the aircraft had been safely landed. Squadron Leader James has proved himself an excellent flight commander and leader."

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