Monk is one of 'mine', having served from late August 1942 to early 1943 (departure not mentioned in the ORB).
MONK, CLIFFORD GEORGE, 1332152, RAFVR; b. Streatham, London, 10 Oct 1922; joined RAFVR, Uxb., 21 Jan 1941; 22 EFTS, Cambridge, d/u 1941; 31 SFTS, Kingston, d/u; Sgt Plt, d/u; 5 (P)AFU, Tern Hill, d/u 1942; 52 OTU, Aston Down, d/u 1942; 41 Sqn, 25 Aug 1942-ca. late Jan 1943; IFA/EF/CL in Spit Vb, R6919, Penrhos, 26 Oct 1942; postings wanting, 1943-1945; com. Prob Plt Off (178312), 10 Jun 1944; Plt Off conf. & to Fg Off (WS), 10 Dec 1944; 247 Sqn, d/u; hit by AA in Typhoon Ib, MP120, & FL 6m NW of Wesel, G., 24 Mar 1945; DFC, 2 Oct 1945; trans. to ASD, 6 Dec 1945; MiD, 1 Jan 1946; com. rel., 19 Apr 1946, rtng. Fg Off.
Thanks for sharing this info, which is an addition to what I have (I'll update my info based on what you've posted), but I think I will contact his cousin in due course, too.
In regard to his rounding up of 30 German soldiers, I would think that any award given for this would have not been a DFC (for valour in the air), so perhaps this is what his MiD was awarded for?
May I ask your interest in Monk?
41 (F) Squadron RAF at War and Peace, April 1916-March 1946