|George Vincent Carcasson|
|November 1913 ~ 2nd August 2000|
|Enlisted:||After 01/11/40 (1330969) – RAF Uxbridge|
|Trade:||Navigator / Radio Operator|
|SUMMARY OF SERVICE HISTORY|
|01/10/42 – Promoted to Flying Officer|
|Tour with 157 Squadron|
|01/09/44 – Posted to 488(NZ) Squadron (as Navigation Officer)|
|24/12/44 – Promoted to Flight Lieutenant|
|14/03/45 – Posted to RAF Cranwell for General Duties Signals Course|
|11/11/58 – Commission relinquished, with the rank of Flight Lieutenant retained|
|Born George Vincent Plaut-Carcasson at St George’s Hospital, London.
Pre-war employment as engineer/developer at Nash motor cars.
Holder of several patents relating to aircraft navigation (one such example can be seen here)
Post war employment as a Patent Officer and Agent at Phillips until retirement in 1976
|Source: Seb Carcasson (Nephew of George)|