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Rank
Flying Officer
Service number
406094
Unit
Royal Australian Air Force 460 Squadron
Cause of death
Killed in Action
Place of death
France
Date of death
28 April 1944
Age
24
Plaque number
L100
Dedicated by
Parents
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Biography abstract:

Flying Officer Leslie Walter Bown, service number 406094, was killed in action on a mission to Friedrichshafen in Germany on 28 April 1944. He was 24.

The plaque of Flying officer Leslie Bown has been placed beside the plaque of Warrant officer Joseph Leary. Leslie was the mid upper gunner on their last flight.

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