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Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM - Art prints and originals signed by Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM Stocky Edwards became a P40 Ace with 260 Sqn. 94 Sqn RAF, Flight Commander 260 Sqn RAF, 417 Sqn RCAF, Flight Commander 92 Sqn RAF, Squadron Commander 274 Sqn RAF, Wing Leader 127 Wing RCAF. His victory total was 15 with 3 shared.Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM"> Stocky Edwards became a P40 Ace with 260 Sqn. 94 Sqn RAF, Flight Commander 260 Sqn RAF, 417 Sqn RCAF, Flight Commander 92 Sqn RAF, Squadron Commander 274 Sqn RAF, Wing Leader 127 Wing RCAF. His victory total was 15 with 3 shared.Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM">

Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM

Ace with 16.50 Victories

Stocky Edwards became a P40 Ace with 260 Sqn. 94 Sqn RAF, Flight Commander 260 Sqn RAF, 417 Sqn RCAF, Flight Commander 92 Sqn RAF, Squadron Commander 274 Sqn RAF, Wing Leader 127 Wing RCAF. His victory total was 15 with 3 shared.

Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM


Awarded the Distinguished Flying CrossAwarded a Bar to the Distinguished Flying CrossAwarded the Distinguished Flying Medal
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Distinguished
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Items Signed by Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM

 Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor.
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Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......

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 Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor. (B)
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Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......NOT
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 Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor. (C)
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Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......

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 Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor. (D)
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Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......NOT
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 Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor. (E)
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Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before......

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 The Battle of Britain had been won by the young fighter pilots of Fighter Command, but now it fell to another band of young men to wage total warfare against the Nazi war machine - the aircrew of RAF Bomber Command.  And like the fighter pilots of t......
The Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor. (APB)
Price : £395.00
The Battle of Britain had been won by the young fighter pilots of Fighter Command, but now it fell to another band of young men to wage total warfare against the Nazi war machine - the aircrew of RAF Bomber Command. And like the fighter pilots of t......

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 The Battle of Britain had been won by the young fighter pilots of Fighter Command, but now it fell to another band of young men to wage total warfare against the Nazi war machine - the aircrew of RAF Bomber Command.  And like the fighter pilots of t......
The Hard Way Home by Robert Taylor. (C)
Price : £250.00
The Battle of Britain had been won by the young fighter pilots of Fighter Command, but now it fell to another band of young men to wage total warfare against the Nazi war machine - the aircrew of RAF Bomber Command. And like the fighter pilots of t......

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 Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......
Greycap Leader by Robert Taylor.
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Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......NOT
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 Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......
Greycap Leader by Robert Taylor (AP)
Price : £325.00
Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......

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 Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......
Greycap Leader by Robert Taylor. (B)
Price : £310.00
Leading 433 (Canadian) Squadron, top Allied Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson -Greycap Leader - has already bagged an Fw190, and is hauling his MKIX Spitfire around looking for a second in heavy dog-fighting over the Rhine, September 1944. In the distance......

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 The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic.  They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......
Midwinter Dawn by Robert Taylor. (APB)
Price : £365.00
The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic. They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......

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 The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic.  They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......
Midwinter Dawn by Robert Taylor. (B)
Price : £270.00
The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic. They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......

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 The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic.  They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......
Midwinter Dawn by Robert Taylor. (C)
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The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic. They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......NOT
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 The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic.  They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......
Midwinter Dawn by Robert Taylor. (RM)
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The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic. They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......NOT
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 The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic.  They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......
Midwinter Dawn by Robert Taylor. (RMB)
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The engineers at Rolls-Royce had worked their magic. They had somehow managed to squeeze every available ounce of power out of the current Merlin engine and by D-Day on 6 June 1944 the sleek Mk.IX Spitfires of Fighter Command reigned supreme in the......NOT
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Packs with at least one item featuring the signature of Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM

Pack 960. Pack of two Spitfire Prints by Richard Taylor and Ivan Berryman.
Pack Price : £175.00
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Aviation Print Pack. ......

Titles in this pack :

Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor.
In Them We Trust by Ivan Berryman. (D)

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Canadian Spitfire Aviation Prints by Robert Taylor.
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Aviation Print Pack. ......

Titles in this pack :

Bf109E of III./JG2 - Summer 1940 by Ivan Berryman.
Eagles on the Channel Front by Robert Taylor.
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Squadrons for : Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM
A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.
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127 Wing RCAF


Country : Canada

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No. 127 Wing RCAF was a formation of the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. It comprised No. 403 Squadron RCAF, No. 416 Squadron RCAF and No. 443 Squadron RCAF. 127 Wing, or the 'Kenley Wing', based at RAF Kenley, was led by Wing Commander 'Johnnie' Johnson from Spring to September 1943, and he returned to command it during the Normandy Campaign During operation Market-Garden 127 Wing operated from the forward airbase Le Culot near Louvain in Belgium. Studying the operation record books of No. 83 Group only 416, 421 and 443 Squadrons were acting in this operation From 29th September until the end of October 1944, 127 Wing was based at airstrip KEENT (B-82) near Grave South of Nijmegen. Where on 1st October 403 Squadron also joined them On 2nd October six Messerschmitts 262 (jet-planes) attacked the strip with scrapnel-bombs killing P/O. D. E. Reiber (412 Squadron) and F/L O. Lee whilst 35 men personnel being wounded. On 6th October a German air-attack again, killing LACs D. M. Wesson and E. Cox and again an unknown number of wounded. Defending the Nijmegen bridges 127 Wing was involved in very fierce air battles on 27th and 29th of September 44. 50+ German fighter-bombers escorted by fighters tried to destroy both bridges. During these battles the Wing lost 3 Spitfires but claimed 26 German planes (17 Me-109 and 9 FW-190) operating from airstrip Keent.

No.260 Sqn RAF

Country : UK
Founded : August 1918
Fate : Disbanded 19th August 1945

Celer et fortis - Swift and strong

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No.274 Sqn RAF

Country : UK
Founded : April 1918
Fate : Disbanded 7th September 1945

Supero - I oversome

Click the name above to see prints featuring aircraft of No.274 Sqn RAFNo.274 Sqn RAF

274 squadron was formed as a heavy bomber squadron at Bircham Newton in April 1918, and disbanded shortly after the Armistice. On 19th August 1940 it was reformed as a fighter squadron at Amriya with ten pilots from No.80 squadron and initially equipped with Hurricanes and Gladiators. The squadron was soon to become the first in the western desert to be fully equipped with Hurricanes. They became operational in September, destroying their first enemy aircraft (two SM79s) over Maaten Bagush on 10th September. Between December and February 1941, the squadron was employed on various duties including patrols, strafing Italian troops/transport and escort work. During February it was rested and some of its pilots ferried aircraft to Greece. In April they encountered German aircraft and were involved in the intense fighting over Tobruk. These operations continued until May, when they began strafing targets in Crete and providing cover for naval ships. Until March 1942 the squadron was involved in ground attack, protective patrols and bomber escorts. In May they began to receive the first Hurri-bombers, using them for the first time against enemy transport on 8th June 1942. There now began a period of intense activity including the battle of Alamein and more shipping patrols. This continued until the Autumn when the squadron was employed on coastal defence for the rest of 1942 and the majority of 1943. January 1944 saw a move to Italy and the beginning of a period of offensive sorties against enemy roads which continued until April. The squadron was then transferred to the UK and re-equipped with Mk IX Spitfires commencing fighter sweeps and bomber escorts until June, when it was transferred to anti V-1 patrols. In August, No.274 was re-equipped with the Hawker Tempest and commenced attacks against airfields on the continent, moving to Belgium in September. Throughout the winter it was involved on mainly armed reconnaissance patrols and had several combats with Me262 jet fighters - destroying one on the 11th February 1945. The squadron maintained its program of patrols and attacks against enemy airfields with great success, its last being on 4th May. Following VE Day (8th May 1945) No.274 Squadron moved into the Occupied Zone until September 1945 when they effectively disbanded by re-numbering as No.174 Squadron.

No.417 Sqn RCAF

Country : Canada
Founded : 27th November 1941
Fate : Disbanded 30th June 1945
City of Windsor

Supporting liberty and justice

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No.92 Sqn RAF

Country : UK
Founded : 1st September 1917
Fate : Disbanded 1st October 1994
East India

Aut pugna aut morere - Either fight or die

Click the name above to see prints featuring aircraft of No.92 Sqn RAFNo.92 Sqn RAF

92 Squadron was formed in the First World War, as a squadron of the Royal Flying Corps, on 1st September 1917. It flew Pups, Spads and SE5s during the war, becoming an RAF squadron on the formation of the RAF on 1st April 1918, before being disbanded on 7th August 1919. On the outbreak of hostilities of World War Two, 92 Sqn reformed on 10th October 1939, flying Blenheims before converting to Spitfires. It transferred to North Africa, and for some time flew as part of 244 Wing RAF. After the war, the squadron was disbanded on 30th December 1946. On 31st January 1947, the former 91 Squadron was redesignated 92 Squadron, flying the Meteor before re-equipping with the Sabre and then the Hunter. While flying the Hunter in 1960, the squadron was designated as the RAF's aerobatic squadron, with the name Blue Diamonds, a name the squadron carried on after tranferring to the Lightning. The squadron then re-equipped with Phantoms, before being disbanded on 1st July 1991. It was reformed from a rserve squadron on 23rd September 1992, and became No.92 (Reserve) Squadron, flying the Hawk aircraft before being disbanded once more on 1st October 1994.

No.94 Sqn RAF

Country : UK
Founded : 30th July 1917
Fate : Disbanded 30th June 1963

Avenge

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Aircraft for : Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM
A list of all aircraft associated with Wing Commander J F Stocky Edwards DFC* DFM. A profile page including a list of all art prints for the aircraft is available by clicking the aircraft name.
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Kittyhawk




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Manufacturer : Curtiss

Kittyhawk

Curtiss Kittyhawk, single engine fighter with a top speed of 362mph, ceiling of 30,000 feet and a range of 1190 miles with extra fuel tanks but 900 miles under normal operation. Kitty Hawk armaments was four or six .50in machine guns in the wings and a bomb load of up to 1,000 lb's. A development of the earlier Tomahawk, the Kitty Hawk saw service in may air force's around the world, American, Australian, New Zealand, and the Royal Air Force. which used them in the Mediterranean, north Africa, and Malta. from January 1942/ apart from the large numbers used by the Us Air Force, over 3,000 were used by Commonwealth air force's including the Royal air Force.

Spitfire



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Manufacturer : Supermarine
Production Began : 1936
Retired : 1948
Number Built : 20351

Spitfire

Royal Air Force fighter aircraft, maximum speed for mark I Supermarine Spitfire, 362mph up to The Seafire 47 with a top speed of 452mph. maximum ceiling for Mk I 34,000feet up to 44,500 for the mark XIV. Maximum range for MK I 575 miles . up to 1475 miles for the Seafire 47. Armament for the various Marks of Spitfire. for MK I, and II . eight fixed .303 browning Machine guns, for MKs V-IX and XVI two 20mm Hispano cannons and four .303 browning machine guns. and on later Marks, six to eight Rockets under the wings or a maximum bomb load of 1,000 lbs. Designed by R J Mitchell, The proto type Spitfire first flew on the 5th March 1936. and entered service with the Royal Air Force in August 1938, with 19 squadron based and RAF Duxford. by the outbreak of World war two, there were twelve squadrons with a total of 187 spitfires, with another 83 in store. Between 1939 and 1945, a large variety of modifications and developments produced a variety of MK,s from I to XVI. The mark II came into service in late 1940, and in March 1941, the Mk,V came into service. To counter the Improvements in fighters of the Luftwaffe especially the FW190, the MK,XII was introduced with its Griffin engine. The Fleet Air Arm used the Mk,I and II and were named Seafires. By the end of production in 1948 a total of 20,351 spitfires had been made and 2408 Seafires. The most produced variant was the Spitfire Mark V, with a total of 6479 spitfires produced. The Royal Air Force kept Spitfires in front line use until April 1954.

Known Victory Claims - James Francis Edwards

DATE

PILOT

UNIT

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CLAIMED

LOCATION

TIME

FRONT

30/12/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
02/03/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
23/03/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Martuba AirfieldWestern Front
30/05/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
08/06/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Bir HacheimWestern Front
14/06/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109AcromaWestern Front
14/06/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109AcromaWestern Front
17/06/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109El DabaWestern Front
26/06/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
06/07/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
06/07/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
04/08/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
06/09/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
15/09/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
21/10/1942 James Francis EdwardsMacchi 202Western Front
22/10/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
26/10/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
28/10/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
28/10/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
01/11/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
16/12/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
30/12/1942 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
02/01/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
29/03/1943 James Francis EdwardsFw190Western Front
29/03/1943 James Francis EdwardsFw190Western Front
08/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe109SfaxWestern Front
08/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsFw190Western Front
15/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
15/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
15/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe109Western Front
22/04/1943 James Francis EdwardsMe323Gulf of TunisWestern Front
11/01/1944 James Francis EdwardsMe109FoggiaWestern Front
16/02/1944 James Francis EdwardsFw190AnzioWestern Front
19/02/1944 James Francis EdwardsFw190AnzioWestern Front
19/02/1944 James Francis EdwardsFw190AnzioWestern Front
19/02/1944 James Francis EdwardsFw190AnzioWestern Front
29/04/1945 James Francis EdwardsFw190Western Front
29/04/1945 James Francis EdwardsMe262Western Front
03/05/1945 James Francis EdwardsJu88Western Front

Known Claims : 39

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