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MARRS, ERIC SIMCOX, DFC

Service:Royal Air Force
Service Number:33572
Rank:Flying Officer
Date of Death:24 July 1941
Decorations:Distinguished Flying Cross
Mentioned in Despatches
Units:No. 152 Squadron, RAF †

Citations

Distinguished Flying Cross:
Pilot Officer Marrs has participated in numerous patrols against the enemy and, on occasions, he has led his flight, with great skill and coolness. He has destroyed at least six hostile aircraft.

Burial Details

Cemetery:BREST (KERFAUTRAS) CEMETERY
Grave:Plot 40. Row 2. Grave 13.

External Links

The London Gazette - Distinguished Flying Cross Citation (7 January 1941)

Record updated on 21 March 2018.


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