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Terry Arthur Lewis

 

 

Sgt-Pilot A. L. Terry, RAAF  late of Pyengana, son of Mrs Ruby Terry and the late Mr Thomas Terry, Pyengana, and nephew of Mrs M. Percy, Rocherlea, who was killed in  action in the invasion of France.

Born 1 April 1918 Victoria Hospital Launceston to Thomas Herbert and Ruby Hilda Irene Terry (nee Woolley) WO Terry was a factory hand living in Albert Park Victoria when he enlisted in the RAAF. 

He was a Warrant Officer with the 17 Operational Training Unit RAF when he was accidentally killed in an aircraft accident. 

 

 

 

 

Date

8 Jun 1944

Unit

17 OTU

Type

Hurricane II C

Serial No.

LF749

Operation

Training/Affiliation

Take Off

Turwestion

Crew

Rank

Name

Number

Killed/Injured

Remembered With Honour

W/O

A L Terry  RAAF

A409770

Killed

Oxford (Botley) cemetery

 

 

 

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