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Name: Kenneth Joseph Price Laing
Kenneth Joseph Price Laing
Country: Scotland
Rank: Lieutenant
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Units: 1
Victories: 5
Born: 21 September 1890
Place of Birth: Hawick, Roxburghshire, Scotland
Place of Death:  
The son of Patrick A. and Fannie E. Laing, Kenneth Joseph Price Laing scored five victories flying the S.E.5a with 1 Squadron. He was injured in motorcycle accident, whilst on leave, in July 1918.
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 21 May 1918 0950 1 S.E.5a (C9261) Rumpler C (DES) 1 Merville
2 28 May 1918 0635 1 S.E.5a (B8504) C (OOC) 2 Meteren-Bailleul
3 28 May 1918 0700 1 S.E.5a (B8504) DFW C (DES) 2 Meteren-Bailleul
4 05 Jun 1918 0845 1 S.E.5a (C1898) C (DES) SW of Bailleul
5 09 Jun 1918 0630 1 S.E.5a (C1898) Fokker DR.I (CAP) 3 Dickebusch

1 Shared with Lt E M Forsyth (B733)
2 Shared with Lt E M Forsyth (B733), Lt Basil Moody, Lt Ernest Owen, Lt A F Scroggs (C6416), Capt K S Henderson (C1112), Lt Ernest Kelly, Lt H B Bradley (C1102), Lt Harold Kullberg, Lt Duerson Knight, Capt Percy Clayson
3 Shared with H B Bradley (C1102), 2Lt H B Parkinson (C6458), Lt Ernest Owen, Lt Harold Kullberg, Lt Duerson Knight, Lt E S Crossley (D6681), Lt John Bateman, Capt Percy Clayson, Lt C B Henderson (C1849)
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