Arthur Jarvis

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Arthur Eyguem De Montaigne Jarvis
Nickname(s) Jacko
Born 30 November 1894
Napanee, Ontario
Died 20 January 1969
Service/branch Royal Flying Corps, Royal Air Force
Rank Lieutenant
Unit 17 (RFC), 150 (RAF)
Awards Distinguished Flying Cross

Arthur Eyguem De Montaigne Jarvis (30 November 1894 - 20 January 1969) was a Canadian World War I flying ace credited with 5 victories.[1]

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Distinguished Flying Cross[edit]

"Lieut. Arthur Eyguem de Montaingne Jarvis (E. Ontario R.). A bold and determined fighter. On the 26th of July he engaged and shot down an enemy machine, which was seen to crash. Later on the same date he attacked a hostile two-seater and forced it to land near our lines; both occupants were taken prisoners."

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  1. ^ www.theaerodrome.com. Accessed 11 June 2008.]