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BRINSLEY, ROBERT MAXWELL, DFC

Service:Royal Australian Air Force
Service Number:407778
Rank:Flight Lieutenant
Date of Birth:18 July 1919
Place of Birth:Torrensville, SA, Australia
Decorations:Distinguished Flying Cross

Timeline

19 April 1944Spitfire A58-256: Tyre burst on landing causing damage to port mainplane, airscrew, and undercarriage.

Citations

Distinguished Flying Cross:
During the North African Campaign Flight Lieutenant BRINSLEY has displayed outstanding keenness.
He has destroyed three enemy aircraft in the air and also destroyed and damaged trucks and other transport vehicles on the ground.
This officer is an extremely able and efficient Flight Commander.

External Links

World War 2 Nominal Roll

References

National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1948, BRINSLEY ROBERT MAXWELL : Service Number - 407778 : Date of birth - 18 Jul 1919 : Place of birth - TORRENSVILLE SA : Place of enlistment - ADELAIDE : Next of Kin - BRINSLEY ROBERT, A9300, BRINSLEY R M.

Record updated on 3 June 2018.


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