Glen Cooper

Wing Commander Cooper (left) after landing the first of No. 81 Wing's P-51 Mustangs to arrive at [[Iwakuni]], Japan, in 1946 Air Commodore Glen Albert Cooper, CBE, DFC, AFC (20 November 19156 April 1986) was an officer in the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). During the Second World War, he commanded No. 80 Squadron in the New Guinea campaign (for which he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross) and then No. 80 Wing in the Borneo campaign. He commanded No. 78 Wing during the Malayan Emergency, earning the Air Force Cross for his leadership. Following his retirement from the RAAF in 1970, he was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire. Provided by Wikipedia
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