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Name: Thomas Stanley Horry
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Country: England
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Air Force
Unit: 92
Victories: 8
Born: 21 May 1898
Place of Birth: Boston, Lincs
Place of Death:  
Thomas Stanley Horry received a permanent commission to Flying and Observer Officers in the Royal Air Force with effect from 1 August 1919.

Listed as Tom Stanley Horry in birth registry and 1901 England census.
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Lt. Thomas Stanley Horry. (FRANCE)
   An officer of exceptional courage and daring. On 5th November, in face of driving rain and low clouds, he led his patrol far into enemy territory in order to engage enemy troops and transport that were retiring. Reaching his objective, he attacked the enemy with vigour, causing heavy casualties. He has in all destroyed three enemy aircraft and driven down another out of control, and has, in addition. taken a leading part in the destruction of six others.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 04 Oct 1918 0800 92 S.E.5a Hannover C (OOC) 1 SE of Bertry
2 14 Oct 1918 1630 92 S.E.5a (F858) Fokker D.VII (OOC) SE of Le Cateau
3 23 Oct 1918 1300 92 S.E.5a DFW C (DES) 2 S of Pont du Nord
4 27 Oct 1918 0630 92 S.E.5a (F858) Albatros C (DES) 3 Mormal Wood
5 27 Oct 1918 0735 92 S.E.5a (F858) C (DES) 4 2 mi E of Le Quesnoy
6 29 Oct 1918 0915 92 S.E.5a (F858) Fokker D.VII (OOC) Maroilles
7 29 Oct 1918 1030 92 S.E.5a (F858) Halberstadt C (DES) E of Le Quesnoy
8 30 Oct 1918 0905 92 S.E.5a (F858) DFW C (DESF) W of Sassegrien

1 Shared with Capt James Robb, Capt W S Philcox, Lt Evander Shapard
2 Shared with Capt James Robb, Lt E S Robins, Lt C H E Coles, Lt E Madill, Capt R E Reed, Lt Evander Shapard, Lt James V Gascoyne, Lt J Daniel
3 Shared with Capt W S Philcox, Lt Earl Crabb
4 Shared with Lt James V Gascoyne, Lt J Daniel
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