Norman Craig Millman

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Norman Craig Millman
Born 30 March 1890
Died 27 July 1981
Allegiance Canada and British Empire
Rank Captain
Unit No. 48 Squadron RAF
Awards Military Cross, Air Force Cross

Captain Norman Craig Millman was a Canadian First World War flying ace credited with six aerial victories.[1][2]

He joined the Royal Flying Corps in May 1916.[1] He began his pilot's career as an instructor and test pilot.[2] He was posted to 48 Squadron to fly a Bristol F.2 Fighter on 20 August 1917. He became a flight commander,[1] then rose to command the unit. While there, he drove six enemy planes down out of control between 11 November 1917 and 8 March 1918.[2] He left the squadron in May 1918,[1] and became an instructor back in England.[2]


  1. ^ a b c d Christopher F. Shores, Norman L. R. Franks, Russell Guest (1990). Above the Trenches: A Complete Record of the Fighter Aces and Units of the British Empire Air Forces 1915-1920. Grub Street. p. 281.  ISBN 0-948817-19-4, ISBN 978-0-948817-19-9
  2. ^ a b c d "Norman Millman" at Retrieved 26 November 2017.