Lost logbook…

Gil Gillis’ logbook is no where to be found, but we can still find information about his career with the RAF first and then the RCAF.

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His daughter Cathy is a great help.

She sent me this e-mail last week…

I found a certificate listing awards and commendations.  Pilot Flying Badge, C.V.S.M. and  M.L., RCAF Operational Wing, Africa Star and Clasp.  Inside his  address book there are some squadron #’s.  It says for RCAF 61 OTU, 122 Squadron, 145 Squadron, A.D.U.  M.E. Cairo, 22 P.T.C., 244 Wing, 243 Wing, 238 Squadron…
Gil Gillis
I could not wait before going on a search for her father’s whereabouts in WWII with that information.

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