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    Default F/O-F/L Thomas Cameron GRAHAM - Nos.75 and 109 Squadrons - DFC and Bar

    GRAHAM, Thomas Cameron, F/O (125622, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve) - No.75 (New Zealand) Squadron - Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 7 December 1943. Born 28 August 1913. Airman 656944, commissioned 3 July 1942. Trained in Canada (No.37 SFTS). To RAFVR, 19 December 1948. Resigned commission, 22 January 1953 on medical grounds. Died in Surrey, August 1996. No citation to DFC.

    GRAHAM, Thomas Cameron, F/L, DFC (125622, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve) - No.109 Squadron - Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross - awarded as per London Gazette dated 16 February 1945. Citation in RCAF AFRO 563/45 dated 29 March 1945 and Flight, 29 March 1945.

    Since the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross this officer has completed a very large number of operational missions which have necessitated a high standard of navigational skill and determination. He has at all times set a gallant example of enthusiasm, courage and devotion to duty.

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    Default Re: F/O-F/L Thomas Cameron GRAHAM - Nos.75 and 109 Squadrons - DFC and Bar

    I am researching this officer on behalf of a family member. Please could you give me a location for "Citation in RCAF AFRO 563/45 dated 29 March 1945 and Flight, 29 March 1945" as I am unable to find these at the moment. VMT.

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    Default Re: F/O-F/L Thomas Cameron GRAHAM - Nos.75 and 109 Squadrons - DFC and Bar

    Supplements to RCAF Airforce Routine Orders are held by the Directorate of History and Heritage (Canadian Forces Headquarters; I do not know how many other institutions have copies. Fllight Magazine was available on line for some years but I believe one now has to pay for access; otherwise, the publication should be available in aviation and/or military museum libraries.

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