PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Ashfield, Glyn
Date of birth: Unknown (Oxted/Surrey/England, Great-Britain)
Date of death:  December 12th, 1942
Buried on:  Commonwealth War Graves St. Peter Churchyard
Nationality:  British
     
AIR FORCE CROSS
Rank: Acting Flight Lieutenant
Awarded on: March 17th, 1941
 
     
DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS (DFC)
Rank: Acting Squadron Leader
Unit: No. 157 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Awarded on: December 4th, 1942
Action: Citation:
"This officer has completed numerous sorties, many of them in adverse weather at night. He has at all times displayed exceptional keenness to engage the enemy and, by his skilful and untiring efforts has contributed materially to the successes achieved by the squadron he commands. He has destroyed 2 and probably destroyed further enemy aircraft".
 
 
 
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Picture source:   The Battle of Britain London Monument
Information source(s):   bbm.org.uk
Nationalarchives.co.uk
- The London Gazette Issue 35107 published on the 14 March 1941
- Third Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 35809 published on the 1 December 1942
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