François Flohic

SurnameFlohic
Given NameFrançois
Born2 Aug 1920
CountryFrance
CategoryMilitary-Sea
GenderMale

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ww2dbaseFrançois Flohic joined the Free French Navy in Britain in Jul 1940 and saw action on Murmansk, Russia convoys and the invasion of Normandy, France aboard corvette Roselys. After the war, he served as Charles de Gaulle's aide between 1959 and 1964. Between 1964 and 1965, he was a squadron commander. In 1969, he again became de Gaulle's aide. Between 1969 and 1971, he served as the commanding officer of helicopter carrier Jeanne d'Arc.

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François Flohic Timeline

2 Aug 1920 François Flohic was born in Ploubazlanec, Bretagne, France.
11 Feb 1964 François Flohic was named the commanding officer of a naval squadron.
11 Feb 1965 François Flohic stepped down as the commanding officer of a naval squadron.
5 Sep 1969 François Flohic was named the commanding officer of helicopter carrier Jeanne d'Arc.
2 Sep 1971 François Flohic stepped down as the commanding officer of helicopter carrier Jeanne d'Arc.




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