|Camille Henri Raoul Lagesse|
|Born||10 January 1893|
|Unit||No. 29 Squadron RAF|
|Awards||Distinguished Flying Cross|
Text of citations
Distinguished Flying Cross
"Lt. (T./Capt.) Camille Henri Raoul Lagesse. When on wireless interception duty Capt. Lagesse, in company with another officer, was attacked by seven scouts. Engaging one, he followed it down from 11,000 feet to 2,000 feet, when it crashed. Bold in attack, skilful in execution, he has proved himself on many occasions to be a fine airman."
Distinguished Flying Cross - Bar
"Lieut. (A../Capt.) Camille Henri Raoul Lagesse, D.F.C. (FRANCE) A scout leader of marked ability and daring who, since 28 August, has destroyed thirteen enemy aeroplanes, displaying at all times brilliant leadership and courage. On 2 October, when leading a patrol of four machines, he dived on eight Fokkers; four of these were destroyed, Captain Lagesse accounting for one."
"WWI Aces of Canada: Camille Lagesse". www.theaerodrome.com. Retrieved 17 June 2008.
- Aces of Canada: Camille Lagesse. n.d. <http://www.theaerodrome.com/aces/canada/lagesse.html>.
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