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Angus, James Russell
- Date of birth:
- 1914 (Vancouver/British Columbia, Caada)
- Canadian (1931-present, Republic)
Service number J36118.
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Flying Officer
- No. 426 (Thunderbird) Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force
- Awarded on:
- May 22nd, 1945
"This officer Navigator has completed 32 sorties against the enemy, many of them against the German cities of Hamburg, Kiel, Duisberg, Cologne and other heavily defended targets. Throughout his tour his coolness and determination has been a constant source of inspiration to all navigators and has been responsible in no small way for the success of his aircraft's missions. His energy has at all times been directed towards improving his own navigational ability to a high degree and has set a splendid example to other navigators. He has always shown a high degree of courage and his perseverance is worthy of high praise. He is, therefore, strongly recommended for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross (Non-Immediate)."