Stanley Wallace Rosevear
|Born||9 March 1896
|Died||25 April 1918 (aged 22)
|Service/branch||Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Air Force|
|Years of service||1917-1918|
|Unit||No. 1 Squadron RNAS/No. 201 Squadron RAF|
|Awards||Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) & Bar|
Text of citations
Distinguished Service Cross
"Flt. Sub-Lieut. Stanley Wallace Rosevear, R.N.A.S. For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He has destroyed several hostile machines, and has also attacked and scattered parties of enemy infantry from low altitudes, on one occasion from a height of only 100 feet."
Distinguished Service Cross - Bar
"Flt. Lieut. Stanley Wallace Rosevear, D.S.C., R.N.A.S. For the skill and gallantry displayed by him on the 15th March, 1918, when he attacked a formation of eight enemy aircraft, destroying two of the enemy machines. This officer has destroyed numerous enemy machines and is a very skilful and dashing fighting pilot."
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