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SGT Harry Deane Macdonald joined 54 Squadron RAF on 1st October 1941
MACDONALD, HARRY DEANE (J/15467) RCAF; age: 24
He was killed whilst flying in Spitfire IX, MJ115 of No 401 Sqn, which came down in the sea off Essex following an engine failure during a Ramrod. He is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial
This pilot flew Spitfire fighter aircraft for the RCAF / RAF (60% of all RCAF personnel served in RAF units at some point) in WWII, this record has come from the database of Mr. Halliday, a Canadian military historian.
This Pilot's entry: cause of death was kia, burial location Runnymede Memorial, pilot was married, the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (www.cwgc.org) may have more information on family.
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