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Squadron Leader John Colin Mungo-Park (School House, 1936)

"Mungo-Park was one of the Aces. He was not big or tough. Slight of build, modest, unassuming, he was essentially a Squadron Man, a team member and very shortly, a team leader"
Cutherbert Orde's charcoal portrait of Mungo-Park
Cutherbert Orde's charcoal portrait of Mungo-Park

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