Wing Leader and top-scoring Allied fighter pilot of WW2 – ‘Johnnie’ Johnson

Funnily enough, there are two famous ‘Johnnie’ Johnsons from WW2. One being Johnny Johnson, the last surviving member of 617 squadron who took part in the Dam Busters raid and the other is Air-Vice Marshal ‘Johnnie’ Johnson, the man officially credited with being the top-scoring Allied fighter pilot of WW2 and the first Allied pilot to land his Spitfire on French soil after D-Day.

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