Dowding with an aide and several British fighter pilots outside the Air Ministry, London, England, United Kingdom, 14 Sep 1942

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Added Date 6 Dec 2009

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
22 Sep 2009 04:02:36 AM

The people were, left to right: Squadron Leader A. C. Bartley DFC Wing Commander D. F. B. Sheen DFC Wing Commander I. R. Gleed DSO DFC Wing Commander Max Aitken DSO DFC Wing Commander A. G. Malan DSO DFC Squadron Leader A. C. Deere DFC Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding Flight Officer E. C. Henderson Flight Lieutenant R. H. Hilary Wing Commander J. A. Kent DFC AFC Wing Commander C. B. F. Kingcome Squadron Leader D. H. Watkins DFC Warrant Officer R. H. Gretton

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