|Service:||Royal Australian Air Force|
|Date of Birth:||5 February 1913|
|Place of Birth:||Graceville, Queensland, Australia|
|Date of Death:||25 March 1945 (Aged 32 years)|
|Decorations:||Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar|
|Units:||No. 200 Flight, RAAF †|
|25 March 1945 †||Liberator A72-191: Aircraft missing between Borneo and Mindoro Island after successfully dropping personnel and equipment into the Sarawak area.|
Distinguished Flying Cross:
Has completed large number operational sorties against enemy shipping both day and night. Has inflicted damage naval and merchant ships, skill tenacity coolness under fire has set inspiring example.
Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross:
Is an outstanding pilot and captain. Within last six months has destroyed two and damaged three boats destroyed one R-Boat and damaged large merchant vessel. Successes have been achieved as a result of sheer hard work combined with great skill determination.
|THIS PERSON HAS NO KNOWN GRAVE|
||5 feet 10 inches
||31 / 35 inches
||78.74 / 88.90 cm
World War 2 Nominal Roll
Australian War Memorial Roll of Honour
The London Gazette - Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross Announcement (10 November 1942)
National Archives of Australia [NAA] 1948, POCKLEY HAROLD GRAHAM : Service Number - 260608 : Date of birth - 05 Feb 1913 : Place of birth - GRACEVILLE QLD : Place of enlistment - MASCOT NSW : Next of Kin - POCKLEY JOYCE, A9300, POCKLEY H G.
Record updated on 3 May 2018.
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