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Roy Norman Cooper, of Portsmouth, joined the RAFVR in July 1939 as an Airman u/t Pilot. Called up on September 1st, he completed his flying training and joined 610 Squadron at Acklington on October 6th 1940. He moved to 65 Squadron at Turnhouse on the 11th. Commissioned from Warrant Officer in July 1944, Cooper was killed on October 28th 1945, as a Flying Officer with the Anti-Locust Flight in Uganda.
He was 29 and is buried in the European Cemetery, Jinja Road, Kampala, Uganda.
With thanks to Mark Walton of the British Embassy, Uganda for the photo.