Battle of Britain London Monument – AC J H Folliard

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James Henry Folliard was born in 1911 and joined 604 Squadron Auxiliary Air Force before the war as an Aircrafthand.

He was called up on 24th August 1939 and later volunteered for flying duties.

He was flying non-operationally with 604 by 5th June 1940. He probably trained as a radar operator with the squadron and flew one operational sortie during the Battle of Britain on 15th August.

His subsequent service is currently undocumented until he was commissioned in July 1943 as a Flight Engineer, going on to be released from the RAF in 1945 as a Flight Lieutenant.

Folliard died in 1983.

 

 

 

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