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123 / 439 Squadron Personnel Database

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D'Amours  JE LAC 29538 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Dadson T.A., Tommy, F/L, J14313, Typhoon Pilot. posted out of the Squadron 29 July 1944, to No. 13 P.T.H.  for eventual repatriation to Canada, having completed 22 months' continuous service with 439 at home and overseas.

Davey Sgt, Airframe Technician, F-86 Sabres Circa 1963

Davis W.G. , Bill, A/F/L, J29881, Pilot, Oct 1944 - 24 Mar 1945. Son of George A. and Isabel Davis, of Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada. Killed at the age of 21 on 24-Mar-1945 while on his 96th operational sortie.

Davis  F.B., F/O Posted in from Chatham, N.B. F-86 Sabre Pilot Circa Jan 1954 - 

Day CJ  S/L DFC,  CO 439 1 June 1959 - 19 July 1959. On Friday morning 19 July, he took off as number two on a practice scramble, crashed just after getting airborne and was killed

DeCoste Reginald , Capt, CF-18 pilot from 1989 to 1992.  Flew multiple combat missions during 1991 Gulf War.

Derouin A.E, Art, T/F/O, J87748, Pilot, 20 Nov 1944 - ???, Native of Windsor, Ont

Devlin NB LAC 20566 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Dickson JF AC 49054 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Dixon E.L. , F/O, J20973, Pilot, Nov 1943 - 20 Feb 1944. Son of Leonard Alexander and Margaret Helmer Dixon, of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Killed in a training accident 20-Feb-1944 at the age of 22 while based at Ayr, Scotland.

Donnelly J.N. P/O Pilot  with 123 Squadron during 1942 or early 1943 . In March 1943 he was dispatched westward to Boundary Bay, British Columbia, where a new Army Co-operation Squadron (No. 163) was being formed.

Douglas LAC Airframe Technician, F-86 Sabres Circa 1963

Dow Merle Cpl Technician, Instrument  & Electrical, F-86 Sabres Circa 1963 - 

Draney HD Sgt 22385 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

Driscoll F.V., Cpl, R148738, Chief Clerk Circa 1945

Duncan WA LAC 42109 F-86 Sabre Circa 1952

 

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Acknowledgement 

DFC information contained in this segment is provided by The Air Force Association of Canada and Hugh A. Halliday who is the author of the RCAF Personnel - Honours & Awards - 1939-1949 which can be found on the Air Force Association of Canada Website. Used with permission and sincere gratitude.

 

 

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