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Name: Stephen Reginald Parke Walter
Stephen Reginald Parke Walter
Country: England
Rank: 2nd Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Unit: 25, 32
Victories: 6
Born: 15 August 1896
Place of Birth: Maidstone, Kent
Died: 31 July 1917 Killed In Flying Accident
Place of Death: Belgium
Cemetery: Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, Poperinge, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium Image
 
 
The son of Stephen and Marion Walter, Lieutenant Stephen Reginald Parke Walter served with the 2nd Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment and was wounded on 23 June 1916. On 31 January 1917, he received Royal Aero Club Aviator's Certificate 4563. Posted to 32 Squadron, he scored six victories flying the D.H.5 in July 1917. Three days after his last victory, he was killed in a flying accident.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 11 Jul 1917 1730 32 D.H.5 (B349) Albatros D.III (OOC) W of Gheluvelt
2 12 Jul 1917 0955 32 D.H.5 (B349) Albatros D.III (DES) Polygon Wood
3 17 Jul 1917 2040 32 D.H.5 (A9199) Albatros D.III (OOC) Polygon Wood
4 22 Jul 1917 0835 32 D.H.5 (A9199) Albatros D.III (OOC) Comines
5 25 Jul 1917 abt 0830 32 D.H.5 (A9407) Albatros D.III (OOC) 1 N of Polygon Wood
6 28 Jul 1917 1955 32 D.H.5 (A9199) Albatros D.III (OOC) NE of Bixschoote

1 Shared with Herbert Edwards, 2Lt J Simpson (A9404) and 2Lt William Raymond Fish (A9396)
 
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