Spitfire Mk VI, P/O Michael Kilburn DFC, No 124 Squadron, Royal Air Force, 1942

Born in London in 1922 of Irish parents, Michael “Slim” Kilburn flew with No 124 and No 56 Squadrons during the war. Credited with 7 aerial victories and awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and French Croix de Guerre, Kilburn graduated as an aeronautical engineer after the war and became a test pilot for de Havilland.

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Supermarine Spitfire

Spitfire Mk VI BR579
flown by Pilot Officer Michael Plaistowe Kilburn, DFC
No 124 Squadron, Royal Air Force, Summer 1942

Born in London in 1922 of Irish parents, Michael “Slim” Kilburn flew with No 124 and No 56 Squadrons during the war. Credited with 7 aerial victories and awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and French Croix de Guerre, Kilburn graduated as an aeronautical engineer after the war and became a test pilot for de Havilland.



Artist: Gaëtan Marie

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This profile was created for the book "Squadrons! Volume 1 - The Supermarine Spitfire Mk VI" by Phil. H. Listemann.

 

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