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Little Spit
Stefan Janus  began his  career as a  fighter pilot  March 19,  1938 in the  Polish Airforce  but was  captured by  the Germans  and interned.  Having  escaped  internment he  made his way  to France and  along with a  group of other Polish pilots sailed to Britain  to continue their fight. Posted to 308 squadron in May 1941 as a  Flight Lieutenant he claimed three aerial  victories and two on the ground. On 9  November he took command of 315  Squadron. Following a mid air collision over  France with another Spitfire on January  1943 he had to bale out, becoming a POW  for the rest of the war. He was awarded the  DFC and DSO with a total of 6 aircraft  destroyed, 1 damaged and 2 on the ground. After the war Stefan returned to Britain
315 Squadron - Spitfire
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settling in Ipswich. He died on 11  November 1978.  315 Squadron claims during the war  amounted to 86 confirmed victories,  18 probable, and 26 damaged. ".....All I know is that fighting beside  the Royal Air Force all through the war  has been a gallant band of Polish  airmen—the Polish Air Force. The  crucible of war has fused those two  forces—the Royal Air Force and the  Polish Air Force— together. We have  been comrades in arms and we shall  remain comrades in peace."                                   - Air Chief Marshall. Sir Sholto  Douglas in October 1945 during visit  to Warsaw. 315 Squadron Badge
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