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Robert Miller joined the RAF from Cambridge University on a permanent commission. He was posted to 72 Squadron at Church Fenton on 14th January 1939. He later served with 23 Squadron, going from there to 616 Squadron on 10th September 1939.
He damaged two Ju88’s over Dunkirk on 1st June 1940.
He joined 3 Squadron at Wick in mid-August.
Miller took command of 122 Squadron at Catterick in August 1941.
He was killed on 24th April 1942 when his Spitfire Vb BL813 was shot down off Ostend by Fw190’s during Circus 132.
He is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, panel 65.
Above image courtesy of Dean Sumner