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  • n. A rank in the Royal Air Force (and other Commonwealth air forces) above Squadron Leader and below Group Captain.


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  • One Tempest wing alone, under the command of Wing Commander Poland Beaumont, was credited with destroying more than six hundred of these dangerous missiles.

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  • Listen to Wing Commander R.R. Stanford Tuck, D.S.O.,

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  • This was "service" with a vengeance and Wing Commander Tuck, who flew with him a number of times, still remembers the respect he had for him as man and pilot.

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  • Fighter Command had provided sixty Hurricanes and their pilots who trained under Wing Commander Kirk at the new Merchant Ship Fighter Unit at Speke.

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