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Name: Harry Alison Wood
Military Cross (MC) Harry Alison Wood
Country: Canada
Rank: Major
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 24
Victories: 6
Born: 16 March 1894
Place of Birth: York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died: 28 August 1959
Place of Death:  
 
 
The son of David Oliver and Alice (Godwin) Wood, 2nd Lieutenant Harry Alison Wood received Royal Aero Club Aviator's Certificate 2272 on a Maurice Farman biplane at Military School, Birmingham on 14 January 1916. Later that year in France, after scoring five victories flying the D.H.2 with 24 Squadron, he was appointed Flight Commander on 5 December 1916. He scored his sixth victory in January 1917 before returning to England where he served as a flying instructor at the Central Flying School.
Great Britain, Royal Aero Club Aviators' Certificates, 1910-1950
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 06 Jul 1916 1015 24 D.H.2 (5997) D (DES) Flers
2 21 Aug 1916 1015 24 D.H.2 C (DES) 1 Le Sars
3 07 Sep 1916 1015 24 D.H.2 (7901) C (DES) Le Sars
4 20 Oct 1916 0925 24 D.H.2 (7918) Scout (DES) SW of Martinpuich
5 16 Nov 1916 1300 24 D.H.2 Scout (DES) Delville Wood
6 24 Jan 1917 1215 24 D.H.2 (7918) Rumpler C (CAP) Flers

1 Shared with 2Lt S J Sibley, Alan Wilkinson
 
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