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WWII Distinguished Flying Cross Grouping of Five – Item 82600

Fine WWII Sterling Bomber Aimers Distinguished Flying Cross Medal and log book grouping of five. Awarded to Pilot Officer Ronald George Jackson, RAF. He was awarded his DFC for his very eventful first tour of operations between April 1943 and April 1944, being involved in bombing raids to targets such as Cologne, Hamburg and Nuremberg. On one raid in Turin Italy he guided his plane over the target no less than six times to make sure of precise aiming. Each time he was blinded by search lights and only descending to low altitude on the final run with the bombs successfully released. As well as other missions he also flew three special operations missions in France. A super grouping consisting of his DFC with original Royal Mint case, 39-45 Star, Air Crew Europe star, Defence medal and British was medal + his South African Air Force log book. Portrait photograph including newspaper articles about winning the DFC and his RAF service book. A super complete grouping.

Price: £4250

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