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Name: Harold Waddell Joslyn
Country: Canada
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Unit: 20
Victories: 7
Born: 09 October 1893
Place of Birth: Chrystal City, Manitoba
Killed In Action: 17 August 1917 Killed In Action
Place of Death: Near Halluin
Memorial: Arras Flying Services Memorial, Pas de Calais, France
 
 
The son of Rev. J. H. L. Joslyn, of Abernathy, Harold Waddell Joslyn served with the 68th Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force before he transferred to the Royal Flying Corps in 1917. That summer, flying the Bristol F.2b, he and observer Frank Potter shot down an Albatros D.V flown by German ace Alfred Ulmer. Joslyn scored 6 more victories before he was killed in action.
 
Opponents
#1 Germany Alfred Ulmer
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 29 Jun 1917 1315 20 Bristol F.2b (A6415) 1 Albatros D.V (DESF) Houthem
2 02 Jul 1917 1245 20 Bristol F.2b (A6415) 1 Albatros D.V (OOC) Comines-Houthem
3 07 Jul 1917 1900 20 Bristol F.2b (A6415) 1 Albatros D.V (OOC) Wervicq
4 22 Jul 1917 1645 20 Bristol F.2b (A6458) 1 Albatros D.V (DESF) Menin-Wervicq
5 27 Jul 1917 abt 2020 20 Bristol F.2b (A6415) 1 Albatros D.V (OOC) Menin
6 28 Jul 1917 0915 20 Bristol F.2b (A6429) 1 Albatros D.V (OOC) Kezelbars
7 15 Aug 1917 1810 20 Bristol F.2b (A6359) Albatros D.V (DESF) SE of Poelcapelle

1 Observer Frank Potter
 
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