Arthur Lee (RAF officer)

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Arthur Stanley Gould Lee
Born 31 August 1894
Boston, Lincolnshire, England
Died 21 May 1975
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Service/branch Aviation
Years of service 1916 - 1946
Rank Air Vice-Marshal
Unit No. 46 Squadron RFC
Awards Military Cross

Air Vice-Marshal Arthur Stanley Gould Lee began his aviation career during World War I in the Royal Flying Corps. He scored seven confirmed victories and rose to the rank of captain during the war. He continued his service in the Royal Air Force until he retired in 1946. He was also the author of several books, including the three autobiographical books below.[1][2]

1. No Parachute: A fighting pilot in World War I Letters written in 1917 by A. S. G. Lee; Arthur Stanley Gould Lee / Hardcover / Harper & Row 1970

2. Open Cockpit A Pilot of the Royal Flying Corps; Arthur Stanley Gould Lee / Unknown Binding / Jerrolds Pub

3. Special Duties in the Balkans and Near East


References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/england/lee.php
  2. ^ Open Cockpit; Arthur Stanley Gould Lee, reprinted 2013