Alec Panton Cranswick

Squadron Leader Alec Cranswick was an experienced RAF pilot who had flown dozens of missions over enemy territory.

In June 1944, he was a family man, with a young wife and a baby on the way.

Harry Raffal, historian at the RAF Museum, Hendon tells his story.

FALLEN HEROES

  • ALEC PANTON CRANSWICK

    Royal Air Force • SQUADRON LEADER

    Royal Air Force
    35 (Madras Presidency) Squadron, Royal Air Force

    DIED 05 July 1944

    AGE 24

    SERVICE NO. 42696

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