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C. Edward Bateman

Categories: Armed Forces, War Memorial WW2

Countries: USA

Flight Lieutenant Charles Edward Bateman. From the American Air Museum in Britain website we know that he lived in San Gabriel, California, USA, and that he joined the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, service number 83703, as a Pilot Officer serving in No.71 Squadron. According to the war memorial in Grosvenor Square, London, W1, he was promoted to the rank of Flight Lieutenant.

It would appear that he survived World War Two and apart from another photograph found on the Shutterstock website we could find no further information about this aviator.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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