Wing Commander Bransome "Branse" Burbridge, now 92, brought down 21 enemy aircraft and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order and Distinguished Flying Cross.
What does E/A stand for?
E/A stands for Enemy Aircraft
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We have 103 other meanings of E/A in our Acronym Attic
- Embedded Wireless Energy-Harvesting Prototype (electrical engineering)
- Engdahl-Zigangirov (bound)
- Enhanced Zero-Forcing Block Decision-Feedback Equalizer
- Electronic Magazine
- Emergency Generator
- Exempli Gratia (Latin: For Example)
- Energy On (German energy company)
- États-Unis d'amérique (French: United States of America)
- Early/Atrial (cardiology)
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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari praised the IRGC fighter jets which made a US aircraft leave Iranian airspace earlier this month, and stressed that similar responses will be given to any enemy aircraft violating the Iranian airspace.
I looked around to see if there were any other enemy aircraft in the area, but it was clear.
7) The 332d Group reported that it encountered enemy aircraft on thirty-five of the 311 missions it flew for the Fifteenth Air Force, although it saw enemy aircraft in the distance on twenty-one additional missions.
Rumours of enemy aircraft being shot down over South Wales are not uncommon.
He was credited with damaging two enemy aircraft when the Battle began on July 10, 1940.
IN FEBRUARY 1940, RAF fighter ace Flight Lt Peter Townsend wrote his name in the history books by shooting down the first enemy aircraft in England in the Second World War at Bannial Flat Farm, Whitby -a Heinkel He 111H.
He flew a Spitfire in the Battle of Britain, shooting down 23 enemy aircraft by August 1941.