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Name: Douglas Evan Cameron
Country: England
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 1
Victories: 5
Born: 18 January 1893
Place of Birth: Southampton, Hampshire
Place of Death:  
Douglas Evan Cameron was promoted to temporary 2nd Lieutenant on 10 March 1918. He received the French Medaille d'Honneur avec Glaives (en Vermeil) gazetted 15 December 1919.

Birth registered as Douglas Ewan Cameron.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 15 Sep 1918 1705 1 S.E.5a (F6429) Pfalz D.XII (CAP) 1 Recourt
2 29 Sep 1918 0945 1 S.E.5a (H7257) Fokker D.VII (OOC) Bohain
3 01 Oct 1918 1710 1 S.E.5a (H7257) Fokker D.VII (OOC) 2 NE of St. Quentin
4 28 Oct 1918 1530 1 S.E.5a (H7257) Fokker D.VII (DES) 3 Trelon
5 28 Oct 1918 1530 1 S.E.5a (H7257) Fokker D.VII (OOC) 3 Trelon

1 Shared with Lt Basil Moody (B8501), Capt G W D Allen (F5912), Capt Charles Lavers (E5969) and Capt William Staton & Lt L R Mitchell
2 Shared with Capt Charles Lavers (C9292), Lt Basil Moody (B8501), Lt F M Squires (E6009), 2Lt F A S Nesbitt (B7881), 2Lt C R Boyd (C9065), Lt Wallace Smart (D6973), 2Lt L H Phinney (D6951), Capt W Pallister (F5473), Lt W Newby (E1353), Lt C W Arning (E4023), 2Lt W Joffe (B8427), 2Lt Dickenson (C1812)
3 Shared with Lt Basil Moody (B8501)
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