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McALERY, Mrs. Cecily Mary Editorial Staff of The Aeroplane; b. Wacton House, Norfolk. Served as Deputy Administrator in the Women's Royal Air Force during the War. Club: Ex-Service Women's. Add.: 22, Ranelagh Avenue, Barnes, London, S. W.13. T.: Prospect 2751,

MACBRIEN, Major-General James Howden C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.; Commissioner, Royal Canadian Mounted Police; President of the Aviation League of Canada; b. Myrtle, Canada, 1878. Educ.: Port Perry High School. Served in the South African and Great Wars; was Chief of Staff Dept. of National Defence and in charge of Aviation in Canada; has qualified as a pilot; holds the French Legion of Honour. Clubs: Rideau, Ottawa; United Services, Montreal. Add.: Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. T.: Rideau /156.

McCALL, Captain Fred Robert D.S.O., M.C., D.F.C., R.A.F. (ret).; pilot to Great Western Airways, Canada b. Vernon, British Columbia, 4 Dec., 1896 Served from 1916-18 in Nos. 13 and 41 Squadrons; engaged in commercial aviation since the War. Club: Gyro. Add.: 635, 29th Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

McCLAUGHRY, Wing Commander Wilfred Ashton D.S.O., M.C., D.F.C., R.A.F.; Directorate of Operations and Intelligence, Air Ministry since, 1932; b. Adelaide, S. Australia, 26 Nov., 1894. Educ.: Adelaide School of Mines. Seconded to R.F.C. after serving in Egypt and Gallipoli, 1915; engaged on defence of London, 1916; served in France No. Ioo Squadron and Australian squadrons until 1918; graduated R.A.F. Staff College and Imperial Defence College; commanded squadrons in Iraq, Aden and Somaliland prior to 1928. Club: R.A.F. Add.: Air Ministry, Adastral House, London, W.C.2.

McCLEAN, Sir Francis Kennedy A.F.C.; Chairman the R. Aero Club, 1923 and 1924; b. London, 1876. Aeronaut. Certif. No. II; R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 21. Served during the War in R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. High Sheriff of Oxfordshire 193233. Clubs: R. Aero, Garrick. Add.: Huntercombe Place, HenleyonThames.

McCLURE, Captain Ivor Herbert D.S.O.; Head of the Aviation Department, Automobile Association, since 1928; b. London, 9 Oct., 189o. Educ.: Eton; Harrow and Cambridge. Joined the R. Engineers as a despatch rider, 1914; served in the Intelligence Corps, 1915-17; G.S.O. III. Intelligence 1918. Clubs: R. Automobile, R. Aero. Add.: Heathbourne Lodge, Bushey Heath, Herts. T.: Bushey Heath 249.

McCOMB, Arthur Rowland Superintendent of Aerodromes of Australia in the Commonwealth Civil Aviation Department; b. Brisbane, Queensland, 14 July, 1892. Educ.: Brisbane Grammar School. Served during the War with the Australian Imperial Forces and the Australian Flying Corps in Egypt, Gallipoli and France; made overland survey of air route, Melbourne to Longreach, for the Ross Smith's flight to Australia. Club: Victoria Aero. Add.: 20, Grand View Road, East Malvern, Melbourne, S.E.6. T.: Melbourne U.8245.

McCURDY, John President Montreal Aircraft Industries, Ltd. b. Baddeck, Nova Scotia, 2 Aug., 1886: Educ.: University of Toronto. Member of Aerial Experimental Association, Nova Scotia 1907; first flew 1908 made first flight in Canada, Feb., 1909; Organised all flying training in Canada, 1914-16; President Curtiss-Reid Aircraft Co., Montreal. Clubs: R. Aero, National, Toronto. Add.: 59, Forden Avenue, Montreal, Canada. T.: Westmount 3962.

McDOUNOUGH, William John Managing Director of Spence McDonough Air Transport Ltd., of Winnipeg, Manitoba and Waterways, Alberta; b. Moseley, Warwickshire, 1897. Air Ministry " B " Licence No. 96. Served in R.A.F., 191725, as instructor at various flying schools; flew on first Cairo-Bagdad airmail, 1922; chief instructor to Midland Aeroplane Club, Ltd., 1925; fourth King's Cup Race, 1926; second, 1927. Club: R. Aero. Add.: 3, Crescent View Court, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

MACE, William Henry Works Manager to H. G. Hawker Engineering Co., Ltd., since 1923. b. London, 1891; Educ.: Watford Grammar School and privately. Aeronautical Inspection Department 191419; joined H. G. Hawker Co. 1922. Add.: 14, Grove Way, Ember Lane, Esher, Surrey. T.: Emberbrook 1283.

MACEWEN, Air Vice-Marshal Norman Duckworth Kerr C.M.G., D.S.O., R.A.F.; Air Officer Commanding R.A.F., Halton, since 1931; b. Victoria, Hong Kong, 8 Nov., 1881. Educ.: Charterhouse; R.M.C., Sandhurst. Entered the Army, 1901; served in the South African War, 190102; transferred to the R.F.C., 1916; Adjutant, Central Flying School, R.F.C., 1916; served in France, 1916, in Iraq, 191718, and in India, 191820; permanent commission, R.A.F. as Wing Commander, 1919; commanded Central Flying School, 192023; attended Senior Officers' War Course, R. Naval College, Greenwich, 192223; commanded R.A.F., Transjordan, 192326; Deputy Director of Training, Air Ministry, 192629. Commanded No. 22 Group, 192931. Club: Army and Navy. Add.: R.A.F., Halton, Bucks,

McGEVOR, Frederick Peter James D.F.M., Chief Instructor to Newcastle Aero Club since 1930. b. Lichfield, 1 Mar. 1902. Educ.: Aldershot County School. Served in R.F.C. and R.A.F. from 191830. Club.: Newcastle Aero. Add.: Cramlington Aerodrome, Northumberland. T.: Cramlington 9.

McISAAC, Archibald Assistant Inspector, Aeronautical Inspection Directorate, since 1915; b. Old Kilpatrick, 16 May 1886. Educ.: R. Technical College, Glasgow. Contributor to the technical Press, including " Care and Maintenance of Aircraft," an Airways' Publication. Add.: 223, Gloucester Terrace, London, W.2. T.: Paddington 4031.

McKAY, Cecil Newton President, Associated Australian Aero Clubs since 1930; b. Ballarat, Victoria, 9 Oct., 1899. Educ.: Scotch College, Melbourne. Took part in the Australian East to West Air Race, 1929. Clubs: Australian Aero; Old Scotch Collegians'. Add.: Talmage Street, Sunshine, W.20. Melbourne. T.: Sunshine 143•

McKEAN, Group Captain Lionel Douglas Daizell O.B.E., R.A.F.; Headquarters Staff R.A.F., Halton, Bucks, Since 1931; b. Dublin, II Oct., 1886. Educ.: Colwyn Bay, North Wales. Transferred from the R. Navy to the R.N.A.S., 1914; flying instructor, 1915; served at Dunkirk, 1915; prisoner of war, 191517; commanded No. 265 Coast Patrol Squadron, 1918 until end of War; at Air Ministry, 191921; in command No. 216 Squadron, Egypt, 192429; promoted to present rank, 1931. Add.: Beacon Hill House, Halton Camp, Bucks.

McKENNA, Frank M.I.Ae.E.; General Manager, Gloster Aircraft Co. Ltd., since 1930; b. Manchester, 7 Dec., 1891. Educ.: Manchester School of Technology. With A. V. Roe and Co., 191417; Nieuport Co., Cricklewood, 1917-19. Production Manager, later Sales Manager to Gloster Aircraft Co., 192230. Add.: " Oakleigh," Old Bath Road, Cheltenham. T.: Cheltenham 3883.

MACKINTOSH, Commander Lachlan Donald D.S.C., A.F.R.Ae.S., R.N.; Commanding H.M.S. Brazen, since 1932; b. Tientsin, North China, II Nov., 1896. Educ.: Cheam School; R.N. Colleges Osborne and Dartmouth. Served in the North Sea, 191418 , qualified as naval observer, 1921; served as observer in H.M.S. Argus, Hermes, Furious, and Courageous, 192230; learnt to fly, 1925; won Henry Leigh Carslake Prize, 1928, for essay on " The Development of Air Navigation "; promoted to present rank, 1930. Naval Air Division, Admiralty 193032. Club: United Service. Add.: c/o United Service Club, 116, Pall Mall, London, S.W.'.

MACKWORTH, Squadron Leader Philip Herbert D.F.C., R.A.F.; No. 216 (B) Squadron, Egypt since 1932; b. Leatherhead, Surrey, 22 Oct., 1897. Educ.: Uppingbarn. Entered the R.N.A.S., 1916; served during the War in the R.N.A.S. and R.A.F.; permanent commission, R.A.F., as Flying Officer, 1919; served at Malta, 1920; pilot on the R.A.F. CapeCairo flight, 1925; at the Cadet College, Cranwell, 1926, and passed course at the R.A.F. Staff College, 1927; promoted to present rank, 1931. Add.: R.A.F., Heliopolis, Egypt.

MACLAREN, Squadron Leader Donald Roderick D.S.O., M.C., D.F.C., late R.A.F.; Base Superintendent in Vancouver to Western Canada Airways, Ltd.; b. Ottawa, Canada, 28 May, 1893. Entered the R.F.C. in 1927; became a Squadron Commander, 1918; held permanent commission in R.A.F. 19192o; returned to Canada, 1920; founded Pacific Airways, Ltd., now a unit of Western Canada. Airways, Ltd.; past President of the Aero Club of British Columbia. Club: Aero of British Columbia, Add.: 1220. Beach Avenue, Vancouver, Canada. T .: Douglas 3344.

MACLEAN, Air Commodore Cuthbert Trelawder C.B., D.S.O., M.C.; Director of Postings, Air Ministry, since Dec., 1931; b. New Zealand, 18 Oct., 1886. Educ.: Wanganui Collegiate School and Auckland University. Entered the R. Fusiliers, 1914; seconded to the R.F.C., 1915; learnt to fly 1915, Commanded squadron and wing in France 191518; permanent commission R.A.F. as Wing Commander, 1919; Personnel Staff Officer, Air Ministry, 1923; promoted to present rank, 1925 served in Iraq, 192528, and in Egypt, 192829; commanded British Forces in Aden, 192931 holds the French Legion of Honour. Clubs: R.A.F. Junior Army and Navy. Add.: 9, Basil Mansions, Basil Street, London, S.W. T.: Sloane 3957.

McLEAN, Sir Robert Kt.; Chairman of Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., and of Supermarine Aviation Works,, since 1928; b. Alloa, 1884. Educ.: Edinburgh Academy and University. Served during the War in the Aden Field Force, the Mesopotamia Expeditionary Force, and the British Expeditionary Force in France. Clubs: Carlton, R. Aero. Add.: Sandilands, Brooklyn Road, Woking. T.: Woking 554.

MACLEOD, Colonel Malcolm D.S.O., M.C.; Chairman of Air Survey Committee. h. Bihar, India, 1882. Educ. Rugby and R.M.A., Woolwich. Served in India 190214; in France and Belgium x91418; Chief Instructor, School of Artillery, Salisbury Plain, 191923. Clubs: United Service, Ski Club of Great Britain. Add.: United Service Club, Pall Mall, S.W.

MACMILLAN, Captain Norman M.C., A.F.C., A.F.R.Ae.S.; Foreign Representative and Consultant Test Pilot to the Armstrong Siddeley Development Co., Ltd. Publications: " The Art of Flying," " Into the Blue," " The Air Traveller's Guide to Europe," " An Hour of Aviation." Add.: Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 10, Old Bond Street, London, W. x.

McNAM[ARA, Squadron Leader Frank Hubert V.C., R. Australian A.F.; second-in-command, No. x Flying Training School, R.A.A.F.; b. Rushworth, Victoria, 4 April, 1894. Educ.: Melbourne University. Transferred from the Australian Infantry and learnt to fly, 1915; served in Egypt and Palestine, 191617; second-in-command No. 5 F.T.S., R.A.F. whilst exchanged with an officer of the R.A.F., 192526; attached to the Directorate of Training Air Ministry, London, 192627. Clubs: Athenaeum, Melbourne; Naval and Military, Melbourne. Add.: No. I Flying Training School, R.A.A.F., Point Cooke, Victoria. T.: Williamstown 290.

MACPHERSON, Martyn Clissold Publicity and Foreign Sales Manager, Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd. h. Cheshire 15 July, 1896. Educ.: Cheltenham College and King's College, London. Served in France and Italy with M.T., R.A.S.C., x91619; Directorate of Equipment, Air Ministry 192024; Add.: 59, Princes Square, London, W.2. T.: Bayswater 0317.

MAITLAND, Squadron Leader Percy Eric A.F.C., R.A.F.; R.A.F. Staff College since 1932. b. Haslar, 26 Oct., 1895. Educ.: R.N. Colleges Osborne and Dartmouth. Served with Grand Fleet, 191415 In command of Airships 191518; Instructor in Navigation at School of Navigation 191922; learnt to fly heavierthanair craft, 1922; Iraq 192325; Instructor in Navigation, Calshot 192627; Navigator of Far East Flight 192829; Chief Instructor School of Naval Cooperation, 193032. Club: R.A.F. Add.: c/o Midland Bank, Folkestone, Kent.

MALCOLM, George Alexander Ronald Sales department of Selfridges. b. Wimbledon, 20 Mar. 1903. Educ.: Harrow, Club: R. Aero. Add.: Highdale, Warren Cutting, Kingston Hill, Surrey. T.: Kingston, 4723. (Late addition)

MALLORY, Wing Commander T. L. Leigh(See Leigh-Mallory.)

MALONE, Lieut.Colonel Cecil L'Estrange F.R.Ae.S.; b. South Dalton, Yorks, R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. x95. Entered the R. Navy, 1905; learnt to fly, 1911; flew in the Army manoeuvres, 1912; in command of the R.N.A.S. in Cuxhaven raid, 1914; used torpedoes from the air at Dardanelles, 1916; commanded seaplane squadron in Egypt and East Indies; first British Air Attaché to Paris; Air Representative, Supreme War Council, Versailles, 1918; M.P. East Leyton, 191822, Northampton 192831; Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Minister of Pensions, 1931. Clubs: R. Aero, National Labour, Alpin Francais. Add.: 6, Phene Street, London, S.W.3. T. Flaxman 7765.

MALTBY, Group Captain Paul Copeland D.S.O., A.F.C., R.A.F.; Commanding Central Flying School since 1932; b. India, 5 Aug., 1892. Educ.: Bedford; R.M.C., Sandhurst. Learnt to fly in 1915; served from 191518 in France and England in fighting and army cooperation squadrons; in India from 191924; passed through Staff College, Andover, 1926; passed through Imperial Defence College 1931. Add.: The Bleak House, Wittering, nr. Peterborough.

MANDER, Captain Lionel Henry F.R.G.S.; b. Wolverhampton, 14 May, 1888. R.A.C. Aeronaut. Certif. No. 31. Purchased a Bleriot monoplane, 1909; made first official flights at Brooklands and Hendon, 1910; started ballooning, 1912; took a course on airships, 1913; served with kite balloons during the War; Founder Member of the R. Aero Club. Clubs: Bath, Fabian Society. Add.: Wightwick Manor, Wolverhampton.

MANNING, Wing Commander Edye Rolleston D.S.O., M.C., R.A.F.; Commanding Station Headquarters, Homchurch, since 1930; b. Sydney, Australia, 14 February, 1889. Educ.: Bedford Modern School, Edinburgh University and Sydney Institution of Engineering. Served during War, 191415, in Cavalry; 191618, R.F.C. and R.A.F.; since War, service in Iraq, Egypt and United Kingdom; attempted solo flight to Australia in Westland Widgeon in 1928, crashed at Horns in Tripoli after direct flight across Mediterranean; finished 14th King's Cup race, x928, in Westland Widgeon; promoted to present rank, 1929. Club: R.A.F. Add.: R.A.F., Hornchurch, Essex. T.: Rainham 142 (ext. 25).

MANNING, William Oke F.R.Ae.S.; Designer of aircraft including the first light aeroplane; Member of Council of the R. Aeronautical Society. Club: R. Aero. Add.: R. Aaro Club, 119, Piccadilly, London, W.I.

MANSELL, Squadron Leader Reginald Baynes O.B.E., R.A.F.; Department of the Directorate of Scientific Research, Air Ministry, since 1929; b. Christchurch, Hants, 22 May, 1896. Educ.: Bristol Grammar School. Transferred to the R.F.C., 1915; served in France, 1916; on training duties at home until end of the War; permanent commission R.A.F. as Flight Lieut., 1919; served in Egypt, 192124; since then on Home Establishment; promoted to present rank, 1926. Add.: "Kirley," Valley Road, Kenley, Surrey. T. Purley 1073.

MANTON, Marcus Dyce b. Sheffield, 1893. Edur.: Sheffield University; F.A.I. Certif. No. 231; " B " Licence No. 24 of 1919. Learnt to fly at GrahameWhite School, 1912; later instructor and chief pilot; toured England giving demonstration flights, 191314; instructor at Hendon, 191416; chief test and experimental pilot to J. Samuel White and Co., Ltd., Isle of Wight, 191618; Aerodrome Manager for Airco at Hounslow terminal aerodrome of the LondonParis service, 1919; superintendent and test pilot to Lytham Aircraft Works, 192426; qualified as a glider pilot, 1930. Add.: 19, Ebbsfleet Road, Cricklewood, London, N.W.2. T.: Gladstone 5021.

MARIASHEVITCH, Captain Vladimir R. Yugoslav Navy; Yugoslav Air Attaché in London; b. Bakar, Yugoslavia, 18 July 1886. Educ.: Imperial and R. Austro-Hungarian Naval College. Late air advisor to the Yugoslav General Staff Club: Naval and Military. Add.: 195, Queen's Gate, London, S.W.7. T.: Kensington 4903.

MARIX, Wing Commander Reginald Lennox George D.S.O., R.A.F.; Commanding R.A.F. Base, Malta since 1932; b. London, 17 Aug., 1889. Educ.: Radley. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 403. Appointed to R. Navy as Sub-Lieut., for aviation duties 1912; took second course at Central Flying School, 1913; served with R.N.A.S., France, 1914; Dardanelles, 1915; France, 1916; given permanent commission, 1919; promoted to present rank, 1930; Holds Belgian Croix de Guerre, Chevalier Crown of Belgium. Club.: R. Aero. Add.: R.A.F. Base, Malta.

MARSDEN, Squadron Leader Thomas Roy D.S.O., R. Australian A.F.; Liaison Officer, London, since 1930; b. Maidstone, Kent, xs, Aug., 1988. Educ.: King's College London. Served during the War in New Guinea, Egypt and France; with the rank of Lieut.Colonel commanded the 5th Australian Machine Gun Battalion; transferred to the R.A.A.F. from the Regular Army, 1921; since served as Director of Equipment and commanding No. I Aircraft Dep6t, R.A.A.F. and attached to the R.A.F. for one year. Clubs: Naval and Military, Atheneum, R.A.F. Add .: Australia House, London, W.C.2; R.A.A.F. Headquarters, Melbourne, Victoria.

MARSH, Henry Alan Demonstration Pilot and Instructor to Autogiro Service Dep )t since 1932. b. Stratton, Dorchester, 29 Jan., 1901. Educ.: Weymouth Secondary School. Entered the R.A.F. as an air mechanic, 1918; qualified as a N.C.O. pilot, 1923; instructor at Central Flying School, 1929, as FlightSergeant; time expired and transferred to the Reserve, 193o; Instructor, Hampshire Aeroplane Club 193e31; Instructor, Scarborough Aero Club, 193132. Add.: Talbothayes, Dorchester; Cierva Autogiro Co., Ltd. Hanworth Aerodrome, Middlesex. T.: Feltham 236.

MARSH, Lieut.Colonel William Lockwood O.B.E., M.A., LL.B., F.R.Ae.S.; Barrister-at-Law, Editor Aircraft Engineering since 1928; b. Sheffield, 12 Nov., 1886. Educ.: Uppingham; Pembroke College Cambridge. Joined R.N.A.S. Anti-Aircraft Corps as Sub-Lieut., Dec., 1914.; promoted Lieut., June, 1915; transferred to Airship Section, Air Department, Admiralty, Oct., 1915; transferred to Department of Aeronautical Supplies, Air Board, March, 1917; promoted Lieut.Commander, Oct., 1917; appointed Head of Equipment Branch, Airship Dept., Admiralty, Nov., 1917, and member of Civil Aerial Transport Committee; on formation of Royal Air Force in April, 1918, commissioned as Major, temporary Lieut.Col., Staff Officer, 1st Grade; elected Associate Fellow Royal Aeronautical Soc., Jan., 1918; Fellow, March, 1930; gazetted O.B.E. (Military Branch), I Jan., 1919; appointed to Staff of Controller-General of Civil Aviation, 29 Jan., 1919; demobilised as Lieut.Col., I May, 1919; editor of Commercial Aviation, June to Dec., 1919; Secretary Royal Aeronautical Soc., 1 Jan., 192o, to I May, 1925; General Secretary, International Air Congress, London, 1923; member of the B.S.I. Aircraft Nomenclature Committee since 1920 (Chairman since June, 1930); member of R. Aero Club's Early Flights Committee, 1929. Publications: " The History of Aeronautics," " Report of the International Air Congress," " Aeronautical Prints and Drawings," " Flying," " The A.B.C. of Flying." Club: United University. Add.: 6, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C.2. T.: Temple Bar 28o1.

MARTINGELL, Squadron Leader Gilbert Henry A.F.C., R.A.F.; Commanding No. 15 (B) Squadron, R.A.F.; b. Folkestone, 3 July 1896. Educ.: Dover College. Served in 19th R. Fusiliers, 191516; entered R.F.C., 1916; since with R.A.F. as instructor in No. 9 Training Squadron, Eastern Training Brigade, South-Eastern Area Instructors' School, R.A.F. College, Central Flying School and with No. 70 and 502 Ulster (B) Squadrons. Club: R.A.F. Add.: R.A.F., Martlesham Heath, Woodbridge. T.: Kesgrave 71.

MASON, Spencer President of the Committee, Auckland Aero Club, New Zealand; b. Wellington, New Zealand, 14 May, 1891. Educ.: Wellington College, Victoria University served during the War in the R.N.V.R., 191518; attached to the R.N.A.S. Seaplane Base, Otranto, Italy, 191718; a founder of the Auckland Aero Club. Club: Masonic, Auckland. Add.: 59, Remuera Road, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand. T.: 16235.

MATESSIS, Camander Spyro Air and Naval Attaché to the Hellenic Legation in London. b. Athens, 1895 Educ.: Naval Cadet College, Piraeus. Commander of Italian, Yugoslavia and Roumanian Orders. Medaille Interallie, Medal des Guerres Balcaniques. Club: United Service. Add.: 71, Park Street, London, W.I. T.: Mayfair 2951.

MATTHEWS, Froude Ridler R.A.F.O.; instructor to the London Aeroplane Club from 192731; b. Ealing, London, 13 June, 1901. Educ.: SouthendonSea Technical School. Served during the War for two years in the R. Navy; postwar pilot to the De Havilland Co. for three years. Club: London Aeroplane. Add.: 127, Makepeace Avenue, Highgate, London, N.6.

MAUDE, Wing Commander Christopher Edward R.A.F.; H.Q. Coastal Area since 1931; b. 15 Feb., 1890. Educ.: Winton House School, Winchester; H.M.S. Britannia. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 529 1913. Served at Admiral ty,191415; R.N.A.S. coastal patrols, 191516; on Air Board, 1917; R.N.A.S. Mediterranean, 1918; promoted to present rank, 1924; Served in China 192728; attended course at R.N. Staff College, Greenwich 1931. Club: R.A.F. Add.: H.Q. Coastal Area, Lee-on-the-Solent, Hants.

MAUND, Group Captain Arthur Clinton C.B.E., D.S.O., R.A.F.; Air Ministry Staff Duties, since Sept., 1930. b. London, 3o July, 1891. Educ.: St. Paul's. At Farnborough Technical Institute in 1909; served in France with the Canadian Infantry, 191516; observer, R.F.C., 1916; learnt to fly, 1916; in command R.F.C. Mission to Russia, 191718; at Air Ministry, 1919; commanded R.A.F. Mission to South Russia, 1919zo; commanded R. Aircraft Establishment, Martlesham, 192122; served in India, 192224; R.A.F. Staff College, 192425 at Air Ministry, 192526; promoted to Wing Commander, 1926; on technical staff duties Air Defence of Great Britain, 1925-30; holds French Croix de Guerre, Russian Orders of St. Stanislas and St. Vladimir. Club: R. Empire Society, Add.: 8, Steeles Road, Hampstead. London, N.W.2. T.: Primrose 4782.

MAXWELL, Captain Ian Constable Joint Managing Director and Secretary, Pobjoy Airmotors, Ltd.; b. London, 1891. Educ.: Downside; Trinity College, Cambridge. Served in the Cameron Highlanders and the R.A.F. during the War from 191418. Clubs: R. Aero, Naval and Military. Add.: Farlie House, Beauly, North Britain; Pobjoy Airmotors, Ltd., Hooton Park, Wirral, Cheshire. T.: Hooton 221.

MAXWELL, Wing Commander Reginald Stuart M.C., D.F.C., A.F.C., R.A.F.; Air Staff Duties, No. 23 Group Headquarters, since 1931; b. Willesden, Middlesex, 20 July, 1894 Educ.: Haileybury. Transferred to the R.F.C., 1915; served with the R.F.C. and R.A.F. in France, 191619; permanent commission, R.A.F. as Flight Lieut., 1919; in the Middle East and Iraq, 192021; in command No. 47 Squadron, Egypt, 192527; posted to Iraq, 1927; in charge of the evacuation of Europeans from, Kabul, 1929. Club: R.A.F.. Add.: R.A.F. Club., 128, Piccadilly, W.I.

MAXWELLMULLER, P. General Manager of Vickers (Aviation). Ltd. Add.: Nunthorpe, Byfleet Road, Weybridge. T.: Byfleet 241.

MAY, Captain Wilfred Reid D.F.C.; Pilot to Canadian Airways since 1931. b. Manitoba, 20 Mar., 1896. Educ: Western Canada College, Alberta College. Served in Infantry, Canadian Expeditionary Force in France 191516. R.F.C. and. R.A.F. 191718. Commenced civil aviation in Edmonton and Peace River country, Canada. Operated May Aeroplanes Ltd., north of Arctic Circle and Edmonton, 191923; operated passenger service, Peace River, 1926-28; chief Pilot and. Director of Commercial Airways, Edmonton until merged with Canadian Airways; awarded McKee Trophy by Minister of National Defence for most meritorious service among pilots for carrying urgent medical stores to Fort Vermillion and Alberta and Air Mails to scattered settlements. The first flight to Arctic Coast in winter. Took part in Arctic murder manhunt with R.C. Mounted police 1932. Clubs: Edmonton Aero, Kinsmen. Add.: Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada.

MAYCOCK, Group Captain Richard Beauchamp O.B.E., R.A.F.; British Air Attaché for Argentine, Brazil and Chile since 1931; b. London, 4 Oct., 1886. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 4539. Entered R. Navy, 1913; served with Grand Fleet, 191415; transferred to R.N.A.S., 1915; learnt to fly at Cranwell, 1917; passed course in flyingboat flying; commanded squadron. in Scilly Isles, 1918; permanent commission R.A.F., 1919; appointed to Air Ministry; in command Experimental Station, Felixstowe, 192628; took charge of all early flying boat development cruises; has lectured on subject of flying boats to societies and Staff Colleges, Club: R. Aero. Add.: British Embassy, Buenos Aires.

MAYO, Squadron Leader Robert Hobar O.B.E., M.A., A.M.Inst.C.E., F.R.Ae.S., R.A.F.O.; Consulting Engineer; b. 25 Sept., 189o. Educ.: Magdalen College Cambridge. Head of the Experimental Dept., R. Aircraft Factory, Farnborough, 1914; served in France as Pilot, 191516; Flight Commander, Testing Squadron, Martlesham; head of design (Aeroplane) Section, Technical Dept., Air Ministry, 191719; now technical advisor to Imperial Airways; consulting engineer to Joint Aviation Advisory Committee of Lloyd's Register and British Corporation Register; member of 1 ethnical and Racing Committees, R. Aero Club; Club: R. Aero. Add.: 39, St. James's Street, London, S.W.I. T.: Regent 5485.

MEAGER, Captain George Francis A.F.C.; b. Newport, I.O.W.; RA.C. ist Class Airship Pilot's Licence. No. 6., 2nd Class Navigator's Licence No. 19. Airship pilot in R.N.A.S. during the War; commanded S.R.I and flew from Italy to England, 1918; one of the British representatives in the Gordon-Bennett Balloon Race, 1926 and 1927; flew Atlantic both ways as First Officer on RIoo, 193o. Add.: c/o Brewer and Son, 33, Chancery Lane, W.C.2. T.: Holborn 1308.

MEALING, Major Rupert Henry Steinbach Chief Technical Assistant Civil Aviation Department, Air Ministry; b. Tasmania, 9 Jan., 1893. Educ.: Dulwich. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 809. Joined Vickers, Ltd., 1914; served in R.F.C. and R.A.F., 191419; joined Directorate of Civil Aviation as Technical Assistant, 1927. Clubs: R.A.F., R. Aero. Add.: R.A.F. Club, 128, Piccadilly, London, W.I. T.: Grosvenor 3456.

MEDHURST, Wing Commander Charles Edward Hastings O.B.E., M.C., R.A.F.; Instructor at R.A.F. Staff College since 1931. b. Smethwick, Staffs, 12 Dec., 1896. Educ.: Rossall, St. Peter's, York and R.M.C., Sandhurst. Served in France with R.F.C. 191516; Egypt 191718; Salonica 1918; Palestine and Egypt 191920; passed R.A.F. Staff College Course, 1926; Iraq 192628; attended course at Imperial Defence College 1929; Club: R.A.F. Add.: R.A.F. Staff College, Andover, Hants. T.: Andover 345.

MENZIES, Guy Lambton Chief Instructor to the Holden School of Flying until 1931; b. Sydney, Australia, 20 Aug., 1909. Educ.: Malvern School, Sydney. Qualified as a pilot with the Aero Club of New South Wales, 1927; later pilot to the Queensland Probate Insurance Co.; made first solo flight and record time across the Tasman Sea, 1931; Short Service commission R.A.F., 1931. Clubs: Aero of New South Wales, R. Automobile of Australia. Add.: c/o Australia House, London, W.C.2.

MEREDITH, Frederick William Senior Scientific Officer, R.A.E., Directorate of Scientific Research. b. Co. Dublin, 1895. Educ.: Bromsgrove and Trinity College, Dublin. Served with R.G.A., 191518; at R.A.E. 1919; Secretary of Air Ministry Fog Landing Panel; Chief Technical Officer A. and A.E.E., Martlesham, 1932. Add.: Cherrywood House, Shankhill, Co. Dublin.

MERRIAM, Captain Frederick Warren A.F.C., A .F.R.Ae.S.; Principal of Merriam's Aviation Bureau since 1926; b. London; R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 179. Student of aeronautics since 1909; flew at Brooklands, 1911; chief instructor and manager to Bristol School, Brooklands, 191214; chief instructor R.N.A.S. at Hendon, 1914; served in R.N.A.S. and R.A.F. until 1918; organised the first gliding school in England, 1922. Club: R. Aero. Add.: Merriam's Aviation Bureau, Treeby, Archery Grove, Woolston, Southampton. T.: Woolston 88572.

MERTON, Gerald M.C., M.A., Ph.D., F.R.A.S. , b. Kensington, 21 Jan., 1893. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 1059. Learnt to fly at the Beatty Flying School, Hendon, 1914; with the R.F.C. and R.A.F in France, 191516; Iraq, 191618; recommenced flying, 1927, as private owner of a light aeroplane. Member (Chairman 192931; Vice-Chariman 193132) of the Executive Committee of the Air League of the British Empire. Clubs: Athenaeum, R. Aero, Add.: Knightsway, Upper Bognor, Sussex, T.: Bognor Regis 551.

MILES, wing Commander Charles Cleaver M.C., R.A.F.; Air Staff Officer R.A.F., H.Q. Mediterranean since 1931; b. Bristol, 6 June, 1887. Educ.: Highgate; King's College, London. Transferred from the Territorials to the R.F.C., 1915; graduated at Central Flying School, 1915; served in France, 191516, and 191719; permanent commission, R.A.F. as Squadron Leader, 1919; promoted to present rank, 1924; attended R. Naval Staff College, Greenwich, 192425, Senior Officers' School, Sheerness, 1927, Imperial Defence College, 1928; Directorate of Staff Duties, Air Ministry, 192930. Add.: R.A.F., Valletta, Malta.

MILES, Frederick George, Messrs. Phillips and Powis since 1932; b. Portslade, Sussex, 22 March, 1903. R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 910. Add.: Reading Aerodrome, Woodley, Berks.

MILEY, Group Captain Arnold John O.B.E., R.A.F.; Commanding M.A.E.E. since 1931; b. Hampstead, i8 Nov., 1890. Educ.: R. Naval College, Dartmouth. Entered the R. Navy as a Midshipman, 1907; became Flight Commander, R.N.A.S., 1914; during the War served in the Air Department in the North Sea, at Dover, and at Felixstowe; permanent commission R.A.F. as Squadron Leader 1919; in command of R.A.F. unit in H.M.S. Royal Oak, 1923 at R.A.F. Base, Malta, 192324; senior R.A.F. officer in H.M.S. Argus, 192425; attached Chilean Navy, 192628; at Coastal Area Headquarters, 192831; promoted to present rank, 1931. Add.: Haven Hill, St. Mary Bourne, Andover, Hants.

MILLAR, Flight Lieut. Brian Millar M.I.E.S., R.A.F.O.; Chairman of the flying committee and member of the general committee of the Scottish Flying Club since foundation in 1927; b. Northumberland, 6 June, 1898. Educ.: Glasgow Academy: Glasgow University. Served during the War in the R.N.A.S., 191618, and R.A.F., 191819; deputy Chairman Scottish Flying Club 1929 and 1931. Club: Scottish Flying (Founder Member). Add.: 144, St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, C.2. T.: Glasgow Central 6460.

MILLER, Captain Leonard Manager, A.B.C. Air Transport of British Columbia and Alberta; b. Bath, England, 25 Oct., 1889. Educ.: Bath College; King Edward's School. Transferred to the R.F.C., 1916; served in capacity of staff officer in France and on the Rhine; returned to Canada, 1919; founder member of the Aero Club of British Columbia, Air Pilots', Engineers' and Navigators' Association of B.C., Glider Club of Vancouver, Model Aircraft League of Vancouver, Secretary Vancouver Branch Aircraft League of Canada. Publication: " The Chronicles of 55 Squadron R.F.C. and R.A.F." Clubs: Aero of British Columbia (Founder Member), A.P.E.N.A. of British Columbia (Founder and Life Member). Add.: 207, West Hastings Street, Vancouver, Canada. T.: Seymour 7054.

MILLER, Wilfred Pilot to Air Travel Ltd., since 1932; b. South Shields, io Nov., 1902. Served in R.A.F. 191729; Learnt to fly 1923; Sergt. Pilot and Instructor Nos. 1 and 4 F.T.S., 192429; Pilot to Northern Air Lines, Manchester, 192931. Add.: 36, Pine Avenue, Cleadon, South Shields.

MILLS, Air Commodore Reginald Percy C.B., M.C., A.F.C., R.A.F.; Director of Organisation since 1931; b. Spalding, Lincoln, 7 Dec., 1885. Educ.: Felsted. Entered Army 1905; seconded to R.F.C., 1912; instructor, Central Flying School, 1915; served in France, 191415; in France and Italy, 191516, 191718; permanent commission R.A.F. as Wing Commander, 1919; promoted to Group Captain 1922; served in India, 191922, 192631; later on staff of Chief of the Air Staff, Air Ministry; promoted to present rank, 1929; holds Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, French Legion of Honour, French Croix de Guerre. Add.: Air Ministry, London, W.C.2.

MILLS, Thomas Mercy Director of De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd.; Aerofilms, Ltd.; Aircraft Operating Co., Ltd.; b. E. Sheen, Surrey, 12 Sept., 1878. Club: Oxford and Cambridge. Add.: 8, New Square, Lincoln's Inn, London, W.C.2. T.: Holborn 8131.

MITCHELL, Reginald Joseph C.B.E., A.M.I.C.E., F.R.Ae.S.; Director of and Chief Designer to the Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., since 1920; b. Stoke-on-Trent. Designer of the following; Supermarine Amphibian Flying Boat, which won the second prize in Air Ministry Competition 1920; " Sea Lion," which won the Schneider Trophy, 1922; " Sea Lion II," which was third 1923; " Seagull" Amphibian, used for deck landing; " Sea Eagle " Amphibian, used for passenger carrying; Southampton Flying Boat standard twin engine type, used in the R.A.F.; the S.4, S.5, S.6, S.6B Racing Seaplanes, which have set up record speeds; the S.5 won the Schneider Trophy in 1927, and the S.6 in 1929, S.6B in 1931 the latter with a speed of 340.08 m.p.h.; this machine also holds the world's speed record of 407 m.p.h. Add.: Russell Place, Southampton.

MITCHELL, Air Commodore William Gore Sutherland C.B.E., D.S.O., M.C., A.F.C., R.A.F.; Director of Training, Air Ministry, since 1929; b. Sydney, New South Wales, 8 March, 1888. Educ.: Wellington College Entered the Army, 1909; seconded to the R.F.C., 1913; served in France, 191418; permanent commission R.A.F., 1919; on Headquarters Staff, R.A.F., India, 191924; in command No. 1 (Indian) Wing R.A.F., 192024; commanded British Forces, Aden, 1928; promoted to present rank, 1929. Add.: Air Ministry, London, W.C.2.

MODIN, wing Commander Charles Oscar Frith iof D.S.C., R.A.F.; Air Staff Officer, H.Q., A.D.G.B., since 1932; b. Fulham, 25 Jan., 1889. Educ.: Sevenoaks Grammar School and in France. R.N.V.R., 190814; R. Naval Division, 191416; R.F.C., 1916; training staff 191718; permanent commission R.A.F. as Flight Lieut., 1919; on Flying Boats, Calshot and Felixstowe 191822; Commanded No. 216 (B) Squadron in Egypt 192224; in H.M.S. Eagle 192628; R. N. Staff College course, 1929; promoted to present rank, 1929. Fleet Aviation officer to Commander-in-Chief, Atlantic Fleet 193032. Club.: R.A.F. Add.: Hillingdon House, Uxbridge, Middlesex.

MOFFETT, Richard John Chief Engineer and Designer to Canadian Vickers, Ltd., Aircraft Dept.; b. Gillingham, Kent. Educ.: Northampton Engineering College, London. Served during the War for two years in the R.A.F.; draughtsman to Short Bros. (Rochester and Bedford), Ltd.; later technician to Gloster Aircraft Co., Ltd., and chief technician to Canadian Vickers, Ltd., Aircraft Dept. Add.: 4,702, Queen Mary Road, Montreal, Canada.

MOIR, Flight Lieut. Sydney James A.F.C.; b. Australia, 1898. Served during the War with the Australian Imperial Forces, R.F.C., Australian Flying Corps; made first Australian attempt to fly from Australia to England, 1928, ended at Athens; made return flight from England to Australia in a " Vickers Vellore," 1929. Clubs: Aero of New South Wales; Imperial Service, Sydney. Add.: Mary Street, Longueville, New South Wales, Australia, T.: J.4358, B.W.6127.

MOLE, Edward Lucas B.Sc., R.A.F.; Glider pilot. b. Birmingham, 12 Aug., 1906; Educ.: King Edward's School, Birmingham and Birmingham University. Junior Scientific Officer, R.A.E. 192829 Commissioned in R.A.F., 1929; British Endurance gliding record of 6 h. Io m., 1931; longest British aero towed glider flight London-Blackpool and return with passenger, 1931; participated in gliding demonstration R.A.F. Pageant 1932; British gliding height record of 1450 feet, Yorkshire, 1932. Add.: No. 2 (A.C.) Squadron, R.A.F., Manston, nr. Ramsgate, Kent. T.: Ramsgate 196.

MOLLARD, Roger Pierre R.A.F.O.; pilot to Imperial Airways, Ltd.; b. St. Germainen-Laye, France. Educ.: Worksop College, Notts. Commissioned in R.A.F., 1921; learnt to fly at Sealand; served in United Kingdom, 192123, India 192324; as test pilot, 192526; joined European Division of Imperial Airways, 1929. Club: R.A.F. Add.: c/o Imperial Airways, Ltd., Heliopolis, Egypt.

MOLLISON, James Allan Late pilot to Australian National Airways, Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, from 1930; b. Glasgow, 19 April, 1905. Educ.: Edinburgh Academy. Commissioned in the R.A.F., 1923; served in Waziristan, India, 1925; qualified as an instructor at Central Flying School, 1927; instructor to the Australian Aero Club, 192829; pilot to Eyre Peninsular Airways, Ltd., South Australia, 192930; made record solo flight from Australia to England, July-Aug., 1931, 8 days 22 hrs. 25 mins. Record flight England-Cape Town, 4 days, 17 hours 5 mins., March, 1932; made first solo flight in light aeroplane North Atlantic E. to W. in 3o hrs, August, 1932 Clubs: Naval and Military, and University, Adelaide; United Service, Brisbane Add.: c/o R. Aero Club, 119, Piccadilly London, W.I.

MOLLISON, Mrs. J. A. (Miss Amy Johnson) C.B.E., B.A., A.R.Ae.S.I.; b. Hull, x July 1903. Educ.: Sheffield University. Obtained pilot's " A " licence, 1929; ground engineer's licences same year; made remarkable solo flight to Australia in attempt to beat record set up by Hinkler, arrived Australia after 19f days; beat Hinkler's time to India; made England-Tokio flight, io days, 1931; Made record flight England-Cape in 4 days 6 hrs. 54 mins. and return in 7 days 7 hrs. 5 mins. 1932. Clubs: London Aeroplane, International Sportsmen's Add.: Grosvenor House, Park Lane, W.I. T.: Grosvenor 6363.

MONK, Ronald Cecil Howe R.A.F.O.; Managing Director and Chief Pilot of British Amphibious Air Lines, Ltd. b. London, 1 April, 1903. Educ.: University School, Hastings. Saved in the R.A.F. for five years; pilot to National Flying Services, Ltd. 193031; Clubs: R. Aero, Malta Union. Add: 182, South Park Drive, Blackpool.

MOODY, Brian Edgar R.A.F.O.; pilot to National Flying Services, Ltd.; b. II Aug., 1902. Educ.: Sedbergh; St. Edward's School, Oxford. Entered the R.A.F., 1925; transferred to the Reserve, 1929. Add.: The Aerodrome, Sherburn-in-Elmet, Yorks, T.: South Milford 32.

MOODY, Percy Harry b. Albany, Westralia 21 May, 1893. Educ: Scotch College, Perth, Mt. Gambier Grammer School. Served during war at Gallipoli France and at home 191419 Pilot to Quantas Ltd., 191924; Pilot to Airgold Ltd., in New Guinea; toured South Sea Islands by Air from Brisbane; Clubs: Queensland Aero, Longreach. Add.: Barcudgel, Wanks Siding, Western Line, Queensland.

MOORE, Harold C.B.E., D.Sc.; Director of Metallurgical Research, Research Department, Woolwich; Member of the Aeronautical Research Committee; b. Middlesborough, 1878. Add.: Research Department, Woolwich; Holmesdale, Otford, near Sevenoaks. T.: Otford 122.

MOORE, Squadron Leader Maurice O.B.E., R.A.F.; Commanding No. 203 Army Cooperation Squadron, Egypt. since 1930; b. Hull, 20 March, 1894, Educ.: Hymer's College, Hull; Cambridge University. Transferred to R.F.C. 1916 as an observer; served as an observer in France and in India until 1921; qualified as a pilot, 1921; on Headquarters staff, Middle East, 192122; later at Constantinople and Aden; member British Section Inter-Allied Aeronautical Committee of Guarantee, Germany, 192426; at Air Ministry, 1926 passed through R.A.F. Staff College, I92728. Club: R.A.F. Add.: R.A.F., Heliopolis, Egypt.

MOORE BRABAZON, Lieut.Colonel John Theodore Cuthbert F.R.Ae.S.; b. Onslow Square, London, 8 Feb., 1884; R.A.C. Av. Certif. No. 1. First English pilot to fly; won Daily Mail ki,000 prize for flying circular mile on an all-British machine, 1909; won first Empire British Michelin Cup; in R.F.C. during War; organised and was in charge of Photographic Department until 1918; member of original Civil Aviation Committee; Parliamentary Secretary to Rt. Hon. Winston Churchill when Secretary for Air, 1923; Parliamentary Secretary, Ministry of Transport, 192324, 192427; Chairman Air Mails Committee, 1923; one time Chairman R. .Aero Club; President Inst. Aeronautical Engineers until amalgamation with R. Aeronautical Society; assessor R. 101 Inquiry, 193031. Clubs: Carlton, White's, R. Aero, R. Yacht Squadron. Add.: 38, Eaton Square, London, S.W.I. T.: Sloane 6477.

MORRIS, Herbert Harry Aviation Manager to the Palmer Tyre, Ltd.; b. 1870. Has been connected with aviation and aeronautics since 1908. Club: R. Aero. Add.: "Noni Lodge," 3, Gibsy Road, West Norwood.

MORRIS, Captain Joseph B.A., A.F.R.Ae.S., (late R.A.F.); Director of the Air Historical Branch, Air Ministry, since 1923; b. London, 1888. Educ.: Central Foundation School, London; Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Served during the War from 191619 in the R.F.C. and R.A.F. Publications: " The German Air Raids on Great Britain, 191418," " The Strength of Shafts in Vibration," numerous papers on bending vibration and whirling of loaded shafts. Add.: 3, Crookham Road, London, S.W.6.

MORTON, Wing Commander Rowland Francis Storrs R.A.F.; Station Headquarters, Hinaidi, Iraq Command, since 1931; b. Yorks., 15 Oct., 1887. Educ.: Uppingham; Trinity College, Cambridge. Entered the R.F.C. at Brooklands, 1915; served in France, 191618; permanent commission R.A.F. as Squadron Leader, 1919; in Ireland, 1919; since served on Personnel Staff at Air Ministry, and in command of No. 1 Flying Training School; promoted to present rank, 1925; passed Senior Officers War Course at Greenwich, 1928. Add.: R.A.F., Hinaidi, Iraq.

MOSSBERG, Colonel Erland C.B.E.; Air Attaché, Swedish Legation, London since 1926; b. Sweden, 19 Aug., 1868. Served in the South African War, 190o01; saw service in the first Balkan War Military Attaché in London during the War, 191418; continued as Military Attaché until 1926, continued as Air Attaché. Clubs: R.A.F., United Service, Army and Navy, Cavalry, Ranelagh. Add. 27, Portland Place, London, W.I. T.: Langham 2706.

MOSTERT, Marthinus Christian Petrus Chief Pilot to Wilson Airways, Ltd., of East Africa since July, 1930; b. Malmesbury, South Africa, 25 March, 1903. Educ.: University of South Africa, Entered the South African Air Force as a cadet, 1926; commissioned, 1927; attached to the R.A.F. on service flight, Cape Town to Khartoum, 1919; resigned from South African Air Force, 1930; among others, made flight from Zanzibar across Central Africa to London, returned to Nairobi via Egypt and the Sudan. Clubs: Nairobi, Aero Club of East Africa, R. Aero. Add.: P. 0. Box 1087, Nairobi, Kenya Colony.

MOUNSEY, Wing Commander Roland James O.B.E., R.A.F.; Aircraft Depot, Henlow, since 1929; b. Croydon, Surrey, 3 Aug., 1890. Educ.: Whitgift Grammar School. Seconded to the R.F.C., 1915; served in France, 191617; in Italy, 191819; permanent commission R.A.F. as Squadron Leader, 1919; stationed in India, 192025; promoted to present rank, 1925; holds the French Croix de Guerre and Italian Order of the Crown. Club: R.A.F. Add.: Home Aircraft Depot, Henlow, Beds. T.: Hitchin 137.

MOYLE, Alan Charles A.R.Ae.,S.I.; Aeronautical Journalist. and publicist; b. Melbourne, 20 April, 1903. Educ.: Scotch College, Melbourne, and in England. Took part in the aerial survey of Central Australia, 1928; flew in Sydney to Perth air race, 1929; organiser, first secretary and Member of Council, Australian Chamber of Aviation, 1930; organiser and joint secretary, Lord Mayor of Melbourne's Airport Inquiry Committee, 1929; member of the Air Committee of National Safety Council of Australia, 192931; founder and co-editor of Slipstream, 1929, Editor of the Australian aviation journal Aircraft (incorporating Slipstream) 19303I. Add.: Australia House, Strand, London, W.C.

MULLER, P. Maxwell(See Maxwell-Muller.)

MULOCK, Air Commodore Redford Henry C.B.E., D.S.O., B.Sc.; Canadian Airways Ltd., Montreal; b. Winnipeg, II August 1886. Educ.: McGill University. Entered the Canadian Field Artillery, 1911; transferred to the R.N.A.S., 1915; served with No. i Squadron, 1915; at Dunkirk, 1916; made Wing Commander, 1918; at Air Ministry on the Directorate of Flying Operations, 1918; repatriated to Canada, 1919; holds the French Legion of Honour. Add.: c/o Canadian Airways Ltd., 920, University Tower Building, Montreal, Canada. T.: Marquette 4251.

MUNDAY, Captain Albert Henry Editor of " Aircraft and Airways," Canada's National Publication on flying (now merged with " Canadian Air Review "); b. Melbourne Australia, 9 Nov., 1894. Educ.: Eton, St. Boniface College; Queen's University. Graduated as a pilot at Cranwell; served in No. io Squadron in France; later in England; instructor and Squadron Commander at Killingholme; on return to Canada founded the Aeronautical Association of Canada, being its first Vice-President; co-founder of the Toronto Flying Club; cofounder of the Model Aircraft League, of Canada, being its first Secretary . Publications: " Eyes of Army and Navy " text book on aviation, accepted by the American Air Forces; numerous articles on aviation. Clubs: Toronto Flying, Aero of America, Toronto Canoe, Westminster Golf and Country. Add.: 168, Glen Manor Drive, Toronto, Canada. T.: Howard 6929.

MUNTZ, Frederick Alan Irving B.A. (Mech. Science, Cambridge), A.M.R.Ae.S., A.M.I.A.E., A.M.I.Pet. Tech.; Managing Director Airwork, Ltd., Misr Airwork, S.A.E., Cairo; b. Leek, N. Staffs, 7 June, 1899; pilot's " A " Licence No. 1534; consultant to Anglo-Persian Oil Co., Ltd.; learnt to fly, Henderson Flying School, 1927. Add.: Heston Air Port, Hounslow, Middlesex. T.: Hayes 410.

MURLISGREEN, Wing Commander Gilbert Ware D.S.O., M.C., R.A.F.; Air Staff Duties, H.Q. Inland Area since 1932; b. London, 24 Jan., 1895. Educ.: Dulwich, Laleham, and abroad. Seconded as an observer to the R.F.C., 1915; served in France, 191516; Salonika, 191617; France, 191819; permanent commission R.A.F. as Squadron Leader, 1919; passed through R.A.F. Staff College, 1924; posted to India, 1926; in command No. 1 (Indian Wing) Station, India, 1928; promoted to present rank, 1928; holds the French Croix de Guerre, Serbian Order of the White Eagle, French Legion of Honour, Belgian Croix de Guerre. Add.: Bentley Priory, Stannore, Middlesex.

MURPHY, Squadron Leader Arthur William D.F.C., A.F.C., R. Australian A.F.; Commanding Technical Squadron, No. Aircraft Depot, Australia; b. Melbourne, 17 Nov., 1891. Educ.: Melbourne High School. Entered the Australian Flying Corps, 1914; served until the end of the War in Egypt, Palestine, Syria and the Hedjaz; absorbed into the R.A.A.F. on formation. Add.: No. i Aircraft Depot, R.A.A.F., Laverton, Victoria, Australia. T.: Williamstown 602 and 666.

MURRAY, Group Captain Eric Mackay D.S.O., M.C., R.A.F.; Commanding Station Headquarters Heliopolis, Egypt, since 1930; b. Calcutta, 24 Sept., 1886. Educ.: Clifton; R.M.C., Sandhurst. Entered the Black Watch, 1906; transferred to the Indian Army, 1909; seconded to the R.F.C. 1914; served in Egypt and Iraq, 191516 and 192123; permanent commission R.A.F. as Squadron Leader, 1919; promoted to Wing Commander, 1922; served in India, 192334; later at R.A.F. College, Cranwell; on Staff, R.A.F. Staff College, 1929; commanded South African Flight, 1931. Clubs; junior Army and Navy, R.A.F. Add.: R.A.F., Heliopolis, Egypt.

MURRAY, Commander George Dominic United States Navy,; Naval and Air Attaché to the United States in London; b. Boston, Mass., 6 July, 1889. Learnt to fly 1915; during the War Executive Officer, United States Naval Air Station, Hampton Roads, and commanding officer United States Naval Air Station, Anacostia. Clubs: Raquet, Phila; Chevy Chase, Washington; Army and Navy, Washington. Add: 18, Carlyle Square, London, S.W.3. T.: Flaxman 0530.

MURRAY, Lee Cameron Lathrop Aeronautical Consultant since 1931; b. Melbourne, 3o July, 1904. Educ.: Melbourne Grammar School; Melbourne University. Graduated as a pilot, 1926; entered the R.A.F., 1927; flew from Peshawar to Sourabaya and Port Darwin to Melbourne, 1929; transferred to the R.A.F. Reserve, 1929; flew the entry of the Victorian Section of the Australian Aero Club in the East to West race in Australia, 1929; carried out tour of inspection of American Airways and Aircraft firms 1931. Clubs; R.A.F., Naval and Military, Melbourne. Add.: 175, Piccadilly, London, W.I.

MURRAY-PHILIPSON, Squadron Leader Hylton Ralph M.P., A.A.F.; Commanding No. 603. (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force since 1931; b. Belford, Northumberland, Nov. 1902. Educ.: Eton. R. A. C. Ave. Certif. No. 8095; learnt to fly Brooklands 1926; private owner since 1927. Clubs: Carlton, R.A.F. Northern Counties (Newcastle), New (Edinburgh). Add.: Stobo Castle, Peebleshire, Scotland. T.: Stobo 3.

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