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Cameron, Matthew

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rank: Flt Lt
status: survived
airforce: RAF
born: United Kingdom

added by: Red Dragon
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Matthew Cameron joined the RAF around July 1934 as an Aircraft hand. He later applied for pilot training and was accepted. By early 1940 he was serving with 66 Squadron at Duxford.

On 20th August Cameron claimed the destruction of a Me110, on 27th September a Ju88 and on 14th November a probable Ju87.

Cameron was commissioned in March 1941 but his subsequent service is currently unknown until he was released from the RAF in 1945 as a Flight Lieutenant.

His portrait was made by Cuthbert Orde

The London Gazette records that he resigned his commission on 20th September 1969. This implies that he must have rejoined the RAF or served in some sort of reserve capacity.


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Battle of Britain London Monument

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RAF 66 Squadron

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