No. 207177 Serjeant Charles Victor Robinson, late 205th Squadron, Royal Air Force (France).
On the 18th May, 1918, whilst acting as observer in a bombing attack on Chaulnes Railway Junction, his formation was attacked by seven enemy scouts. His machine was attacked simultaneously by two of these, One of which he shot down inflames.
On the previous day he dropped a 112-lb. bomb on this junction, causing a great conflagration.
Serjeant Robinson has carried out 100 successful bombing raids, and is a most reliable Observer.
Supplement to the London Gazette, 18 November 1919 (31647/14001)
Shared with Capt John Gamon & Sgt William Jones, Lt Cyril Heywood & Sgt S F Langstone, Lt Wilson & AGL Mackay, Lt D J T Mellor & AGL Gillman, Lt W B Elliott & AGL Richards, Lt Fox & AGL Ferrie, Lt William Grossart & 2Lt A R Crosthwaite