Sir John Darcy Baker-Carr served at RAF Kenley with No.32 Fighter Squadron from Spring 1930 until April 1932.
On 25th August 1930, a promising young graduate from the RAF College at Cranwell arrived at Kenley to join his first squadron, No.23, flying the Gloster Gamecock.
On 23rd May, 1936, Empire Air Day at Kenley was marred by an 'unfortunate accident.'
Pilot Officer William Daniel Disbrey wrote off two of No.3 Squadron's Bristol Bulldog fighters within a week during 1934, and escaped relatively unscathed..but would his luck hold out?
The 11th January, 1932, wasn't a great day for Sergeant Pilot Wilfred William Loxton, of No.32 Squadron, RAF Kenley...