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Surname HARRIS   Initials T S   First Name THOMAS STAFFORD  
Decorations DFC  
Rank Flight Leutenant   Unit RAF   Service No. 117928  
Age Unknown  Deceased   Previous Squadron  
Comments 11/9/44 - T S Harris and Crew arrive on station  
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Award Date Citation / Reference Squadron
DFC  18/05/1945  Flight Lieutenant Thomas Stafford HARRIS (117928), R.A.F.V.R., 156 Sqn.  156 
Source Date Comments
ORB  28/10/1944  WESTKOPELLE - F/L P.F. Clayton DFC was Master Bomber and F/L T.R. Harris Deputy Master Bomber. 
ORB  29/10/1944  WALCHEREN Coastal Batteries. S/L A.W.G Cochrane DFC and F/L P.F. Clayton DFC were Master Bombers and F/L T.R. Harris and F/L G. Lewis were Deputy Master Bombers. 
ORB  7/02/1945  GOCH - The raid was sucessfully controlled by S/L A.W.G. Cochrane DSO DFC and Bar as Master Bomber, and F/L T.S. Harris was Deputy. 
ORB  8/03/1945  HAMBURG - S/L P.F. Clayton DSO DFC as Master Bomber, and F/L T.S. Harris as Deputy. 
ORB  12/03/1945  DORTMUND - S/L P.F. Clayton DSO DFC as Master Bomber, and the analogy is that he generalled over 7,000 front line men in the attack. F/L T.S. Harris was his Deputy. 
ORB  15/03/1945  HANOVER - S/L P.F. Clayton DSO DFC as Master Bomber and F/L T.S. Harris was Deputy 
ORB  24/03/1945  Harpenweg. F/L T.S. Harris was Master Bomber and F/L W.J. Cleland DFC was Deputy. S/L P.F.Clayton, DSO DFC carried out long stop duties for the raid 
LG 37088  18/05/1945  DFC Notification 
ORB  31/05/1945  DFC Notification