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Name: Alexander Goodlet Clark
Country: Australia
Rank: Captain
Service: Australian Flying Corps
Units: 2, 67, 68 (AFC)
Victories: 5
Born: 11 August 1896
Place of Birth: Ashfield, New South Wales
Died: 26 December 1960
Place of Death: Goulburn, New South Wales
 
 
After serving with the Australian Light Horse, Alexander Goodlet Clark transferred to the Australian Flying Corps in 1916. Posted to 2 Squadron in December 1917, he scored five victories flying the S.E.5a.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 21 Feb 1918 1045 (AFC) S.E.5a (B4895) Albatros D.V (DES) Brebières
2 24 Mar 1918 1230 (AFC) S.E.5a (B4895) Albatros D.V (OOC) Vaulx-Bourlon Wood
3 02 Apr 1918 1730 (AFC) S.E.5a (D3429) C (DES) 1 Amiens-Corbie
4 06 Apr 1918 1500 (AFC) S.E.5a (D3429) C (DES) 2 Lamotte
5 12 Apr 1918 1100 (AFC) S.E.5a (B4895) Albatros D.V (OOC) Lorgies

1 Shared with Gregory Blaxland
2 Shared with Gregory Blaxland, Lt L J Primrose, 2Lt A L Paxton
 
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