John Hurry

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John Hurry

John Hurry DSO, DFC, (2 January 1920 – 7 June 2015) was a Royal Air Force officer who was one of the first pilots to join No. 83 Squadron of the Pathfinder Force, marking targets for British bombing attacks on Germany during the Second World War, and who later flew many sorties during the Berlin airlift.[1][2]

Before his retirement in 1975 he was the British military representative to NATO.