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Lloyd George MacLeod Pilot Officer J/6287 Royal Canadian Air Force 62 (RAF) Squadron April 14, 1917 Sydney Mines, Cape Breton Co., NS July 8, 1939 Halifax, NS 22 5 feet, 7¼ Inches Ruddy Hazel Brown Single Motor Mechanic Presbyterian John Duncan MacLeod (Father) Sydney Mines, NS April 29, 1942 25 Singapore Memorial Column 419 Commemorated on Page 92 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on February 28 Pilot Officer Lloyd George MacLeod was the son of John Duncan MacLeod and Susan MacLeod, of Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia. 62 RAF Squadron was a General Reconnaissance unit, flying coastal reconnaissance and anti- submarine patrols off the coast of Burma. Pilot Officer MacLeod served with 62 RAF Squadron and was the the pilot of a Hudson III aircraft (AE 574) failed to return from a reconnaissance flight over Rangoon, Burma, April 29, 1942. The four members of the crew were lost. All are listed on the Singapore Memorial. Crew of Hudson III AE 574 Pilot Officer Lloyd George MacLeod (RCAF J/6287); Nova Scotia, Canada Pilot Officer John William Arthurs (RCAF J/6148); Manitoba, Canada Sergeant Ernest Graham (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 1356099) United Kingdom Pilot Officer Kenneth Foreman Harvey (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 106581) United Kingdom
Lloyd George MacLeod
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