Born in Regina in 1924, David
Kenneth Mould joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in April, 1943 at the
age of seventeen. Initially he trained as a pilot at No. 15 EFTS in his
hometown, accumulating 86 hours on Tiger Moth aircraft before beginning training as an air-gunner aboard Fairey Battle aircraft at No. 3 Bombing and Gunnery School at MacDonald, Manitoba.
Upon graduation on October 1, 1943,
David was posted overseas to No. 16 Operational Training Unit at the
Royal Air Force Base at Barford, England. It was at RAF Barford that he
"crewed-up" with Sgt. Squibb and experienced an eventful period of
training during which his logbook inclu
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