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SP(BB)23 Wing Commander Donald MacFarlane Jack
Another 602 Squadron Battle of Britain pilot, he joined the RAuxAF in 1936 and was called up in September 1939. He flew throughout the Battle of Britain getting in early with a damaged Ju 88 on the 9th July and destroying a Bf 110 and a Bf 109 during August. During 1941 he commanded No 123 Squadron, then when 123 Squadron merged with 80 Squadron in 1942 he took command flying in the Middle East and Western Desert. Then followed a number of staff positions until he was released from the RAF in September 1945.

As one would expect, given his name, his Spitfire bore the Donald Duck motif.

Wing Commander Donald MacFarlane Jack
Hand signed 5in x 7in photograph - numbered and certified on reverse.


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