PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Armstrong, Frederick Finlay (Service number: J87608)
Date of birth: 1918 (Collingwood/Ontario, Canada)
Date of death:  November 4th, 1997 (Owen Sound/Ontario, Canada)
Nationality:  Canadian
BIOGRAPHY: 
Career:
?: No. 76 Squadron, RAF;
?: 13th Medical Company;
?: 19th Field Ambulance.
     
DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS (DFC)
Rank: Flight Lieutenant
Unit: No. 76 Squadron, Royal Air Force (No. 76 Squadron, Royal Air Force)
Awarded on: July 17th, 1945
Action: Citation:
"Flight Lieutenant Armstrong as captain of a heavy bomber has completed 39 operations against Germany and enemy occupied territory. He has attacked such heavily defended targets as Magdeburg, Essen, Duisburg and Hanover, and has at all times shown determination and resource. His skill and courage has won great praise and his example has greatly inspired his crew."
 
     
PILOT'S FLYING BADGE
 
     
1939-1945 STAR
 
     
FRANCE AND GERMANY STAR
 
     
DEFENCE MEDAL 1939-1945
 
     
WAR MEDAL 1939-1945
 
     
CANADIAN VOLUNTEER SERVICE MEDAL
Details: Awarded with overseas bar.
 
     
CANADIAN FORCES DECORATION (CD)
 
 
 
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Picture source:   - Paul Armstrong
Information source(s):   - Fifth Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 37182 published on the 13 July 1945
- Air Force Association of Canada
- ON: Greenwood Cemetery (Frederick Finlay ARMSTRONG), CanadaGenWeb's Cemetery Project
- Grey Roots Museum and Archives : Online Collections
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