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The Airmen's Stories - P/O O A Logie


Ormonde Arthur Logie was born on 12th January 1909 possibly in South Africa as he is recorded arriving at Southampton from Durban aboard the Windsor Castle on 21st August 1922.

His father Doctor T. Logie was from SA and his mother Ethel from Somerset, England.

OA logie was awarded a Law degree with Honours in 1933, he married Katharine Mountsteven in Somerset in July 1934.

He joined the RAFVR in February 1940 with a direct-entry commission as an Air Gunner. He completed his training and he was serving with 29 Squadron at Drem by 4th April 1940.



He served with the squadron in the Battle of Britain and was posted away to 16 (Army Co-operation) Squadron on 29th December 1940.

Logie relinquished his commission on 30th April 1941 because of ill-health and was released by the RAF.

He died in July 1989 in Cirencester.

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