Battle of Britain London Monument – AC F Fildes

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Frank Fildes enlisted in the RAFVR at Padgate about June 1940. He volunteered for aircrew duties and ws sent on a short radar course.

With his training completed, Fildes joined 25 Squadron at Debden in October 1940 and flew his first operation on the 25th.

During the night of 15th/16th November 1940, Fildes was aloft in a Blenheim with pilot Sgt. SV Holloway and gunner Sgt. JD Culmer. They sighted and destroyed a Do17 near Harlow, Essex just before midnight.

His subsequent service is currently undocumented but it is believed that he survived the war.

 

 

 

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