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Name: Alfred John Haines
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Country: England
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 45
Victories: 6
Born: 1898
Place of Birth: Evesham, Worcestershire, England
Killed In Action: 10 August 1918 Killed In Action
Place of Death: Asiago Plateau, Italy
Cemetery: Montecchio Precalcino Communal Cemetery Extension, Italy
 
 
Posted to 45 Squadron in Italy, Alfred John Haines scored 6 victories flying the Sopwith Camel in 1918. He was killed in action by hostile anti-aircraft fire.

Birth registered in the 2nd quarter of 1898 at Evesham; 1901 residence same as place of birth.
 
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Lieut. Alfred John Haines.
   During the past three months this very gallant pilot has destroyed five enemy machines, and earlier in the year he crashed another. He was killed in action on 10th August, 1918.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 04 Feb 1918 1115 45 Sopwith Camel (B5182) Albatros D.V (DES) Susegana
2 07 Jun 1918 0742 45 Sopwith Camel (D1975) Albatros D.III (DESF) Arsiera
3 07 Jun 1918 0742 45 Sopwith Camel (D1975) Albatros D.III (DESF) Arsiera
4 23 Jul 1918 0715 45 Sopwith Camel (D9412) Aviatik C (DES) Grigno-Rutzu
5 29 Jul 1918 0900 45 Sopwith Camel (D9412) Phönix D (DES) Pratta
6 29 Jul 1918 0900 45 Sopwith Camel (D9412) Phönix D (DES) Pordenone
 
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