DAVY, Frederick Gordon, F/O (121512, Royal Air Force) - No.10 Operational Training Unit - Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 15 August 1943. Born 1919 at Framlingham, Suffolk. Educated at Stowmarket County Secondary School. Home in Ayr. Enlisted 1939 (748638); commissioned 1 May 1942. No citation.

DAVY, Frederick Gordon, S/L, DFC (121512, Royal Air Force) - No.109 Squadron - Distinguished Service Order - awarded as per London Gazette dated 17 July 1945. No citation to DSO in Gazette; following text from Air Ministry Bulletin 19245 and Flight, 17 July 1945.

Squadron Leader Davy has shown himself to be a navigator of the utmost reliability. He has always devoted himself with conscientiousness and tenacity to the task and has invariably displayed high skill and great courage. On all of his missions excellent results have been obtained. Flight Lieutenant [sic] Davy's high sense of duty, ability and determination have been a valuable asset to his squadron.

DAVY, Frederick Gordon, S/L, DSO, DFC (121512, RAFVR) - No.109 Squadron - Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 26 October 1945. Born 1919. Citation from Air Ministry Bulletin 20047.

This officer has taken part in a large number of operational sorties, many of which have been target marking flights. He has a remarkable record of accuracy in navigation and timing and, a s flight navigation officer, Flight Lieutenant Davy has contributed much to the squadron’s high navigational standard and has proved to be one of the most valuable members.