Cathcart Wight-Boycott

Cathcart Wight-Boycott

Air Commodore Cathcart Michael Wight-Boycott CBE DSO and bar MA, RAF R’td (18 August 1910 – December 1998) was a British fighter pilot during the Second World War and a senior Royal Air Force officer during the post-war years. As an Air Commodore in 1961 Wight-Boycott became the 10th Commandant Royal Observer Corps.

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... operations against the enemy to Acting Wing Commander Cathcart Michael Wight-Boycott (72005), Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No ... Since July, 1941, Wing Commander Wight-Boycott has completed much operational flying by night ... Wing Commander Wight-Boycott's exceptional personal feat and the fine performance of his squadron was in keeping with his reputation for outstanding enthusiasm and thoroughness 21 ...