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The Airmen's Stories - Sgt. J D Cameron


James Douglas Cameron, of Edinburgh, joined the RAFVR in April 1939 as an Airman u/t Wireless Operator/Air Gunner.

Called to full time service on 1st September 1939, he completed his training and was posted to 604 Squadron, serving with it throughout the Battle of Britain.

He later transferred to Bomber Command and was posted to 9 Squadron at Honington, Suffolk.

His Wellington III X3369 was lost on 9th May 1942 on a raid over Warnemunde. Cameron was 23 and is buried in the Berlin War Cemetery.

Also lost were:

F/Lt. JLH Eliott RCAF
F/O HJ Bullock
F/O LM Blain
Sgt. RR Waterston

His CWGC entry reads:

Son of James Douglas and Josephine Gordon Cameron, of Edinburgh; husband of Dulcie Hester Cameron, of Edinburgh.







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