Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. G G Green

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George Graham Green joined the RAF in September 1939 for the duration of hostilities.

He trained as a WOp/AG and was serving with 236 Squadron in early July 1940.

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

 

Above: 236 Squadron gunners

(Back): Sgt. WR Burns (NZ), Sgt. RI McChesney (NZ), Sgt. CWD Brown, Sgt. J Lowe, Sgt. GG Green, unknown ‘Jock’

(Front): Sgt A Spiers., Sgt. JE Goldsmith, Sgt. HDB Elsdon

 

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