For Valour

In the latest in his series on Victoria Cross recipients, Air Cdre Graham Pitchfork refl ects on the courage of Great War pilot Lt Alan McLeod


B orn in Stonewall near Winnipeg, Canada on April 20, 1899, Alan Arnett McLeod enlisted for flying duties with the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) in April 1917.

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