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Frederick C. Armstrong

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Flight Commander Frederick Carr Armstrong (13 June 1895 – 25 March 1918) was a Canadian First World War flying ace, officially credited with 13 aerial victories. Early life and service Armstrong was born in Toronto, Ontario, the youngest son of Fred and Emily (née Owen) Armstrong, and was educated at Upper Canada College between 1909 and 1912. He joined the Royal Naval Air Service, being commissioned as a probationary flight sub-lieutenant, for temporary service, on 1 December 1915. After completing his basic flight training, he was granted the Royal Aero Club Aviator's Certificate No. 2675 on a Maurice Farman biplane at the Royal Naval Air Station, Chingford, on 3 April 1916. In June 1916 his probationary period came to an end. Aerial service Armstrong was first posted to No. 3 Wing RNAS, part of a joint Franco–British force formed to fly bombing raids on German industry. The British contingent was based at Luxeu
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