PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Albert, Earl Thomas
Date of birth: 1922 (Altona/Manitoba, Canada)
Nationality:  Canadian
BIOGRAPHY: 
Service number J.14793.
     
DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS (DFC)
Rank: Flying Officer
Awarded on: November 14th, 1944
Action: Citation:
"Flying Officer Albert is a navigator of a heavy four-engined bomber who has displayed great keenness and efficiency throughout his long operational career. His most outstanding ability has contributed greatly to the success of the crew's attacks on many of the most heavily defended German targets such as Berlin, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Dusseldorf and Munich. His cheerful spirit in the face of great opposition has been an inspiration to his crew members and his co-operative attitude on the ground has been of great assistance to the Section and a fine example to all on the Squadron. His quiet assurance and strong sense of duty is worthy of high praise."
 
 
 
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Information source(s):   - Third Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 36793 published on the 10 November 1944
- Air Force Association of Canada
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