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Campbell, Halan Donald Richard Leroy

Date of birth:
September 30th, 1918 (Regina/Saskatchewan, Canada)
Date of death:
May 14th, 1943
Buried on:
Commonwealth War Graves Flushing (Vlissingen)
Row: D. Grave: 31.
Nationality:
Canadian (1931-present, Constitutional Monarchy)

Biography

in contrary to the records of the CWGC, his first name was Hanlan and not Halan.

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Pilot Officer
Unit:
No. 408 (Goose) Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Force
Awarded on:
February 13th, 1942
Citation:
"This officer has shown great courage and persistence in attacking heavily defended targets in enemy territory. In September 1941 he participated in three daylight raids over France. On each occasion his aircraft sustained damage from the enemy's fire, but despite this he carried out his missions successfully. Pilot Officer Campbell has consistently shown a high standard of keenness and devotion to duty."
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)

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