Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O C A Bell

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Charles Algernon Bell was commissioned in the RAFVR in December 1939, as a direct-entry Air Gunner. With his gunnery training completed, he had joined 29 Squadron at Digby before 4th April 1940.

On 6th September he was involved in a car accident along with P/O AS Steele and JRD Braham.
His subsequent service is currently undocumented until his commission was terminated on 9th December 1940 the reason ‘cessation of duty’.

Its unclear what this means, Bell may have been involved in developing the radar equipment and had been granted a temporary commission.

 

 

 

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