Name:  Aldis, Alec George (Service number: Po.X.147)
Date of birth: Unknown
Date of death:  June 6th, 1944 (Normandy, France)
Nationality:  British
Alec Aldis, by then commsioned as a Lieuenant, went missing in action in Normandy on D-Day.
He is remembered on the Plymouth Naval Memorial Panel 92, Column 1.
Rank: Temporary Sergeant
Unit: Royal Marines
Awarded on: March 5th, 1942
Action: Recommendation:
"Suda Sector, Crete.
This NCO has set the finest example to all ranks during the operation in Crete 20th-31st May.With no regard for his personal safety he worked unceassingly to maintain the Suda Sector communications.He was always ready to volunteer for any special despatch riding however hazardous. His work at all times was of the highest order."
Details: Sergeant Aldis was reccommended for the DCM.
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Information source(s):   - Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 35477 published on the 3 March 1942
- No.4 Commando - Gallantry Awards of WW2
- Commonwealth War Graves Commission
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