Glen, Arthur Allan
- Date of birth:
- May 2nd, 1918 (Kingston upon Hull/East Yorkshire, Great Britain)
- Date of death:
- December 19th, 1979 (Filey/Yorkshire, Great Britain)
- Service number:
- British (1801-present, Kingdom)
The DFC and Bar were stolen from the family in a burglary in 1992. Even though Medals of England is showing that Glen was awarded a Defence Medal, he did not receive that award as his non-operational service was only 1029 days and he would have needed 1080 days to qualify for receiving the Defence Medal.
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- Second World War (1939-1945)
- Pilot Officer
- No. 41 Squadron, Royal Air Force
- Awarded on:
- May 29th, 1942
"This officer has at all times shown the greatest keenness to engage the enemy and he has played a large part in the squadron's activities during recent months. Besides
destroying .at least 3 enemy aircraft in combat, Pilot Officer Glen has attacked many targets, causing much damage to the enemy."
"This officer has led his flight with exceptional skill and keenness. He is a most determined fighter, whose efforts to destroy the enemy at every opportunity have been highly commendable.
Since being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross, Flight Lieutenant Glenn has destroyed 6 enemy aircraft and damaged several more."
Second DFC awarded as a bar for on the ribbon of the first DFC.