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Ernest William Campbell-Colquhoun joined the RAF on a short service commission in October 1936. He was posted to 10 FTS Tern Hill on 16th January 1937 and joined 66 Squadron at Duxford on 7th August.
Over Dunkirk on 2nd June 1940 he damaged a Me109. On 21st August he was posted to 264 Squadron at Kirton-in-Lindsey as a Flight Commander. He was posted away from the squadron on 14th November 1940.
He went to 145 Squadron on 24th October 1941, to 4 Delivery Flight on 6th April 1942 and was later with 165 Squadron. His subsequent service is currently undocumented until 1946 when he was released from the RAF as a Squadron Leader.
Campbell-Colquhoun died on 16th February 1989.