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Name: Loudoun James MacLean
Military Cross (MC) and Bar
Country: England
Rank: Captain
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Unit: 41
Victories: 5
Born: 01 February 1893
Place of Birth: Ealing, West London
Place of Death:  
No notes for Loudoun James MacLean.
Military Cross (MC) Bar
Capt. Loudoun James MacLean, M.C., R.E., R.F.C.
   For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. While leading a patrol he attacked and drove down an enemy two-seater machine and destroyed an enemy scout. He showed the greatest determination in leading patrols and splendid coolness and courage, most of his work being done under very difficult weather conditions.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 29 Nov 1917 1050 41 S.E.5a (B642) Albatros D.V   (OOC) 1 Douai
2 30 Nov 1917 1330 41 S.E.5a (B38) Albatros D.V (DES) 2 Inchy en Artois
3 30 Nov 1917 1400 41 S.E.5a (B633) C  (DES) 3 Rumily
4 09 Jan 1918 1145 41 S.E.5a (B38) Rumpler C   (OOC) 4 E of Marcoing
5 03 Feb 1918 1010 41 S.E.5a (B38) C (OOC) 5 NW of Douai

1 Shared with Lt Russell Winnicott, Lt D V D MacGregor and Lt Essell
2 Shared with Lt D V D MacGregor
3 Shared with Capt Meredith Thomas, Lt Russell Winnicott and Lt Frank Taylor
4 Shared with 2Lt A T Isbell and 2Lt Alfred Hemming
5 Shared with 2Lt G A Lippsett
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