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Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC - Art prints and originals signed by Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC Lorne Cameron was Born on the 27th ofFebruary 1922 in Roland, Manitoba, Canada and on the 2nd of January 1941 enlisted for the air force. Lorne Cameron trained at No.2 ITS and graduated on the 29th of April 1941. In October 1941 Cameron was posted to the UK. Initially he was with No.53 OTU, 18 Nov.41 to 20 Jan.42 before going to No.402 Squadron, 20 Janaury 1942 to 22 July 1942 when he was injured in a crash. On the 6th of September 1942 Cameron returned to 402 Squadron where he stayed until 3rd April 1943, after which he moved to a No.53 OTU until the 12th of November 1943. On the 12th November Cameron joined No.401 Squadron, until on the 3rd of July 1943 his aircraft was shot down by enemy flak - he was captured but escaped and managed to get back to Britain on the 3rd of September 1944. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron returned to Canada to attend RCAF Staff College but after the war retired on the 4th of October 1945. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron had earned both the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Bar to the DFC. After the war, Cameron became a very successful financial person with James Richardson & Sons Co, who retired to Victoria, B.C. after a distinguished career. Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC"> Lorne Cameron was Born on the 27th ofFebruary 1922 in Roland, Manitoba, Canada and on the 2nd of January 1941 enlisted for the air force. Lorne Cameron trained at No.2 ITS and graduated on the 29th of April 1941. In October 1941 Cameron was posted to the UK. Initially he was with No.53 OTU, 18 Nov.41 to 20 Jan.42 before going to No.402 Squadron, 20 Janaury 1942 to 22 July 1942 when he was injured in a crash. On the 6th of September 1942 Cameron returned to 402 Squadron where he stayed until 3rd April 1943, after which he moved to a No.53 OTU until the 12th of November 1943. On the 12th November Cameron joined No.401 Squadron, until on the 3rd of July 1943 his aircraft was shot down by enemy flak - he was captured but escaped and managed to get back to Britain on the 3rd of September 1944. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron returned to Canada to attend RCAF Staff College but after the war retired on the 4th of October 1945. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron had earned both the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Bar to the DFC. After the war, Cameron became a very successful financial person with James Richardson & Sons Co, who retired to Victoria, B.C. after a distinguished career. Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC">

Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC

Lorne Cameron was Born on the 27th ofFebruary 1922 in Roland, Manitoba, Canada and on the 2nd of January 1941 enlisted for the air force. Lorne Cameron trained at No.2 ITS and graduated on the 29th of April 1941. In October 1941 Cameron was posted to the UK. Initially he was with No.53 OTU, 18 Nov.41 to 20 Jan.42 before going to No.402 Squadron, 20 Janaury 1942 to 22 July 1942 when he was injured in a crash. On the 6th of September 1942 Cameron returned to 402 Squadron where he stayed until 3rd April 1943, after which he moved to a No.53 OTU until the 12th of November 1943. On the 12th November Cameron joined No.401 Squadron, until on the 3rd of July 1943 his aircraft was shot down by enemy flak - he was captured but escaped and managed to get back to Britain on the 3rd of September 1944. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron returned to Canada to attend RCAF Staff College but after the war retired on the 4th of October 1945. Squadron Leader Lorne Cameron had earned both the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Bar to the DFC. After the war, Cameron became a very successful financial person with James Richardson & Sons Co, who retired to Victoria, B.C. after a distinguished career.

Wing Commander Lorne Cameron DFC


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