Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O J C Bull

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John Cecil Bull was born on 5th April 1905. He joined the RAF in May 1940 and was commissioned as a direct-entry Air Gunner. After a short gunnery course he was posted to 600 Squadron at Manston in June and served with the squadron throughout the Battle of Britain.

He was still serving with 600 in November 1940. His subsequent wartime service is currently undocumented.

Bull stayed on in the RAF postwar and transferred to the Secretarial Branch in 1946. He retired on 19th November 1962 as a Flight Lieutenant, retaining the rank of Squadron Leader.

He went to live in Jamaica and died there in 1965.

 

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