Battle of Britain London Monument – F/O J A Dixon

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John Antony Dixon was born on 23rd March 1919. He joined the RAF on a short service commission in December 1938.

 

 

He was serving with No. 1 Squadron at Northolt in July 1940 and was posted away on 7th August to 4 Ferry Pilot Pool. Dixon was dismissed by sentence of a General Court Martial on 2nd September 1941.

The reason is not known.

His subsequent movements are currently unknown but he must have rejoined the RAF as he was awarded a Master Pilot rating on 1st March 1948 and was awarded the AFC (gazetted 6th September 1949).

He was commissioned in March 1960 and retired on 3rd May 1973 as a Flight Lieutenant.

 

 

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