Ernest Mustard

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Ernest Andrew Mustard
Nickname(s) Pard
Born 21 September 1893
Oakleigh, Melbourne, Australia
Died 10 October 1971
Queensland, Australia
Allegiance British Empire
Service/branch Signals, infantry, then flying service
Rank Lieutenant
Unit No. 1 Squadron AFC
Awards Distinguished Flying Cross

Lieutenant Ernest Andrew Mustard was a World War I flying ace credited with five aerial victories. He returned to service during World War II with the Royal Australian Air Force. Mustard was also responsible for the first aerial survey of Australia's Barrier Reef.[1]

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