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Name: Arthur Clunie "Snowy" Randall
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) Arthur Randall
Country: Scotland
Rank: Captain
Service: Royal Flying Corps
Royal Air Force
Units: 32, 85
Victories: 10
Born: 06 February 1896
Place of Birth: Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Died: After 1948
Place of Death: Delices, Saint Patrick, Dominica
 
 
The son of Arthur and Isabella (Clunie) Randall, Arthur Clunie Randall was wounded in action on 11 March 1917. He accounted for ten enemy aircraft during the Great War. On 23 December 1926, Flight Lieutenant Randall was dismissed from the Royal Air Force. He is said to have emigrated to Dominica.

WO 339/16229
 
Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)
Capt. Arthur Clunie Randall.
   A daring and skilful airman who during recent operations has accounted for six enemy aeroplanes. He is conspicuous for his determination and devotion to duty.
 
Dismissed from Service
Flight Lt. Arthur Clunie RANDALL, D.F.C., is dismissed the service by sentence of General Court Martial. 23rd Dec. 1926.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 23 Jan 1917 1515 32 D.H.2 C (DESF) 1 Ervillers
2 11 Mar 1917 1005 32 D.H.2 (A2548) Albatros D.III (OOC) Bapaume
3 18 Jun 1918 0450 85 S.E.5a (B7870) C (DES) 2 Voormezeele
4 14 Jul 1918 0835 85 S.E.5a (C1928) Pfalz D.III (DES) N of Merville
5 24 Jul 1918 1045 85 S.E.5a (C1931) Fokker D.VII (DES) Neuve Eglise
6 31 Jul 1918 2005 85 S.E.5a (C6454) Albatros C (DES) Vielle Chapelle
7 09 Aug 1918 0755 85 S.E.5a (C6454) Albatros C (DESF) Steenwerck
8 10 Aug 1918 0640 85 S.E.5a (C6454) DFW C (DES) Le Touret
9 22 Aug 1918 1650 85 S.E.5a (C6454) Fokker D.VII (OOC) Maricourt
10 04 Oct 1918 1755 85 S.E.5a (E5487) DFW C (DES) NW of Aubencheul aux Bois

1 Shared with Capt Leslie Peech Aizlewood, Lt G J King, Lt Frank Billinge, Lt T A Gooch, 2Lt Arthur Coningham
2 Shared with Lt Alec Reid (D6859)
 
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