Frederick Leroy Vaupel Image

Name

Flying Officer Frederick Leroy Vaupel

Born

1912-09-12

From

Aylesbury, SK

Occupation

Teacher

Death

1943-06-17

Where Died

Scilly Isles

Killed

Killed in Action

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Highest Rank

Flying Officer

Conflict

Battalion

Royal Canadian Air Force

Company

Squadron 414

Enlisted

Enlistment Date

1940-11-18



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Notes

With 414 Squadron, he flew P-51 Mustangs for several months. During the final stage of the Battle of the Atlantic he was shot down and killed south of the Scilly Isles. Son of Ernest William and Nancy Vaupel, of Port Elgin, ON.




Sources & Links

a) Macri, Franco David. “Port Elgin’s War.” Franco David Macri, 2015. Print.
- Library & Archives Canada
- War Graves Commission



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