Jack McLean

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Jack Mclean

While it is too late to demonstrate our recognition and pride for the large percentage of former Bomber Command aircrew, a small group of Bomber Command veterans were assembled for the unveiling of the new Clasp – an extraordinary grouping of proud aviators accounting for 305 Operations over enemy territory. The group includes Frank Savard, 425 Squadron, RCAF (5 Ops); Ron Moyes, 429 and 405 Squadrons, RCAF (30 Ops – Full Tour); Robert Bradley, 576 Squadron RAF, (30 Ops – Full Tour); Eric Plummer, 406 Squadron, RCAF (2 Ops); George Bova, DFC, 432 and 405 Squadrons, RCAF (60 Ops – Two Full Tours); Jack McLean, 415 Squadron (32 Ops – Full Tour +); Cecil Corbett Stewart, 514 Squadron, RAF (30 Ops – Full Tour); Jack Bower-Binns, 578 Squadron, RAF (37 Ops – Full Tour + 7); Fraser Muir, 50 Squadron, RAF (35 Ops – Full Tour + 5), Al Smith, 415 Squadron RCAF (8 Ops); John Maitland, 70 Squadron, RAF (36 Ops – Full Tour + 6). Other dignitaries included Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Minister for La Francophonie (right of Clasp Design on easel), and Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence (to the left of the easel).

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