After Sandhurst, he joined the British Army and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Highland Light Infantry. Having developed an interest in acting , he left the army, travelled to Hollywood and had several minor roles in film. He first appeared as an extra in the British film There Goes the Bride From there, he hired an agent and had several small parts in films from to , including a non-speaking role in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer 's Mutiny on the Bounty.
Test & Research Pilots, Flight Test Engineers: Eric A Hyde
Its official title is "41 TES". The squadron was formed in during First World War as part of the Royal Flying Corps and served on the Western Front as a ground attack and fighter squadron. Disbanded in as part of the post-war draw down, No. During the Second World War , the squadron flew Supermarine Spitfire fighters and saw action over Dunkirk and the during the Battle of Britain in the early years of the war. Combat operations were flown from Britain over German-occupied Europe during —, before the squadron moved to the continent after the Normandy landings.
Not only did he possess great courage and integrity, but he was also very skilled as a pilot and an exceptional aircraft Captain. He possessed something rare and precious - a first class intellect, which was also backed up by remarkably diverse talents. But on top of that he was an essentially practical man, well endowed with abundant common-sense, and who lived in and enjoyed what most of us would call "the real world".
RSL History. I am sorry to have to tell you that my husband John Warren died on 10th August after a long battle with cancer. Would like to advise you that Capt. Alan 'Bob' Cherry, Gatwick based , passed on 7th August