In September 1917, having scored 4 victories with 6 Naval Squadron, Norman Miers MacGregor was posted to 10 Naval Squadron. Flying the Sopwith Camel, he scored his 5th victory on 15 September, downing the first Fokker DR.1 of the war. The Triplane exploded when it crashed, killing the pilot, Kurt Wolff of Jasta 11. MacGregor later scored two more victories and accrued 325 hours of operational flight time during the war.
1901 residence, Chiswick, London.
Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)
Flt.-Lieut. (Act. Flt.-Cdr.) Norman Miers Macgregor, R.N.A.S.
In recognition of his skill and courage in aerial combats. On the 12th December, 1917, whilst leading his flight on an offensive sweep, he encountered a body of six Albatross scouts at 14,000 feet. In the general fight which ensued he attacked a scout which was engaging one of our machines and drove it down out of control, and it was seen to crash.
Act. Flt.-Cdr. Macgregor has destroyed several enemy machines and has led his flight with great dash and judgment.
Supplement to the London Gazette, 22 February 1918 (30536/2304)