ANZACs of Interest: Air Marshall Sir George Jones

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George Jones was a Trooper in the Light Horse at Gallipoli and, later in the First World War, a decorated pilot in the Australian Flying Corps over the Western Front.  In 1942, Australia's most perilous moment in the Second World War, he was appointed Chief of Air Force (Australia's top airman), a position he retained for ten years. Quite an ANZAC.  George still needs connecting, but then Jones is even harder to do so than Evans.
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in The Tree House by Kenneth Evans G2G6 Pilot (167k points)

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I might have some info on him but I need to do some digging. Alternatively go to RAF Commands website an use the forum, there’s a few Aussie and NZ researchers wh probably has the info you need.

Regards,

Ann

I cannot stress how good that forum is, if you’re looking for Air Force info it’s the place to go first.

I may have him with the awards I have photographed will look but RAF Commands is best bet
by Ann Browning G2G6 Mach 1 (18.1k points)

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