'Alex '  Alexandre Robert A.G. (RAF n° 134055) 

Knight of the Order of Leopold II with Palm, Belgian Croix de Guerre 1940,
Medaille des Evadés, War Medal 1939-45, 1939-45 Star, ...
(André Bar Collection)
Born July 25, 1919 at Forest (Brussels), Joined the Aéronautique Militaire as soldier and escaped via Sète to the UK on the 1st of July, 1940. Joined the RAFVR on 1 August 1940. Send for training he attended 2 EFTS Uxbridge (2/11/40), 5 SFTS Ternhill, (14/05/41), 61 OTU Heston (17/08/41). After his training, Alexandre was posted to 124 Sqn on October 1, 1941. Transferred to 350 sqn November 18, 1941 first, then went to 64 Sqn March 13, 1943. Returned to 350 on June 2, 1943. He took command over "A"-flight on December 28, 1943. F/Lt Alexandre went MIA, Beachhead cover, Yellow Flight, on 10th June 1944, after his plane, Spitfire Mk Vb, AA720 "MN-J" got a engine fire .

(Info kindly provided by André Bar)

 
             His claims are :
19/08/1942 1 Fw-190 Damaged Dieppe (Operation Jubilé) 2nd sortie
19/08/1942 1 FW-190 Probable Dieppe (Operation Jubilé)
19/08/1942 1 FW-190 Damaged Dieppe (Operation Jubilé) 4th sortie
19/08/1942 1 FW-190 Damaged Dieppe (Operation Jubilé)
22/01/1943 1 FW-190 Circus 253: St-Omer
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