Little is known about Squadron Leader Ken Roberts.
I looked him up on Google.
But since he received a DFC, I knew where to look.
ROBERTS, P/O Kenneth Godfrey (J89779)
– Distinguished Flying Cross
– Award effective 15 March 1945 as per London Gazette dated 27 March 1945 and AFRO 1085/45 dated 29 June 1945.
Born 1922 in Toronto; home there (student); enlisted there 6 May 1942. Trained at No.5 ITS (graduated 10 October 1942), No.5 BGS (graduated 28 May 1943) and No.1 CNS (graduated 9 July 1943). Commissioned August 1944.
Postwar he was a Public Relations staff officer, prolific writer and ardent canoist. Died in Ottawa, 10 July 1997.
This officer has taken part in a large number of operational sorties as air bomber. He has done excellent work and in the face of the enemy he has always displayed coolness and resolution. In October 1944 he…
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