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Name: Miles Jeffrey Game Day
Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Country: England
Rank: Flight Commander
Service: Royal Naval Air Service
Unit: 13N
Victories: 5
Born: 01 December 1896
Place of Birth: St. Ives, Huntingdonshire
Died: 27 February 1918 Killed In Action
Place of Death: W of Dunkirk
Memorial: Chatham Naval Memorial, Kent
Miles Jeffrey Game Day was posted to 13 Naval Squadron on 19 December 1917. Flying the Sopwith Camel, he scored 5 victories during the first two months of 1918 but was killed in action on 27 February when he was shot down by the crew of German seaplane.
Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Flt. Lieut, (actg. Flt. Cdr.) Miles Jeffrey Game Day, R.N.A.S. (since killed).
   For great skill and bravery as a fighting pilot. On the 25th January he attacked, single-handed, six enemy triplanes, one of which he shot down. On the 2nd February, 1918, he attacked and destroyed an enemy two-seater machine on reconnaissance at 18,000 feet.
   He destroyed several enemy machines in a short space of time, and, in addition, had numerous indecisive engagements.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 03 Jan 1918 1400 13N Sopwith Camel (N6349) C (OOC) Dunkirk
2 25 Jan 1918 1525 13N Sopwith Camel (N6363) Fokker DR.I (OOC) Staden
3 30 Jan 1918 1420 13N Sopwith Camel (N6363) C (DES) 1 N of Ostend
4 02 Feb 1918 1245 13N Sopwith Camel (N6363) Rumpler C (CAP) Oostkerke
5 19 Feb 1918 1355 13N Sopwith Camel (N6363) Seaplane (DESF) 2 E of Ostend

1 Shared with FSL John Paynter (B3782)
2 Shared with FSL J C Stovin (N6349), FSL E V Bell (B3773), FSL John Paynter (B3782), FSL G D Smith (N6345)
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