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MOULD, PETER WILLIAM OLBER, DFC & BAR

Service:Royal Air Force
Service Number:33414
Rank:Squadron Leader
Date of Death:1 October 1941
Decorations:Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar
Units:No. 185 Squadron, RAF †

Citations

Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross:
This officer has led the squadron on 62 daylight sorties since May, 1941; in addition, he has carried out 7 night sorties. Under his leadership the unit has destroyed eight, probably destroyed fourteen and damaged seven hostile aircraft; Squadron Leader Mould has destroyed one and damaged two. By his magnificent example and courage, Squadron Leader Mould has contributed largely to the high standard of operational efficiency and morale of the squadron.

Burial Details

THIS PERSON HAS NO KNOWN GRAVE
Memorial:MALTA MEMORIAL
Panel:Panel 1, Column 1.

External Links

The London Gazette - Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross Citation (9 September 1941)

Record updated on 21 March 2018.


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