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June Light was a teenager in Battleford, Saskatchewan when her older brother and RCAF pilot Alan Light was killed in a training accident in 1942. She turned ninety years old on June 17, 2014.

June Light was a teenager in Battleford, Saskatchewan when her older brother and RCAF pilot Alan Light was killed in a training accident in She turned ninety years old on June

The Light Family of Battleford, Saskatchewan in 1943: June, James and Peggy Light are standing; Charles, Colin and Vera Light are seated. Missing is the eldest son RCAF pilot Alan Light, who was killed in a training accident in 1942.

The Light Family of Battleford, Saskatchewan in June, James and Peggy Light are standing; Charles, Colin and Vera Light are seated. Missing is the eldest son RCAF pilot Alan Light, who was killed in a training accident in

"Boy Soldier" James Light, left, aged 14, poses in 1941 with his older brother, nineteen-year-old RCAF pilot Alan Light. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

"Boy Soldier" James Light, left, aged poses in 1941 with his older brother, nineteen-year-old RCAF pilot Alan Light. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

RCAF pilot Alan Light poses with his mother Vera Light and his younger sister June Light in 1942, outside their home in Battleford, Saskatchewan. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

RCAF pilot Alan Light poses with his mother Vera Light and his younger sister June Light in outside their home in Battleford, Saskatchewan. Alan was killed not long afterwards in a training accident.

RCAF pilot Alan Light of Battleford, Saskatchewan, posing in 1942 with his father Charles Light, a veteran of Lord Strathcona's Horse in World War One.

RCAF pilot Alan Light of Battleford, Saskatchewan, posing in 1942 with his father Charles Light, a veteran of Lord Strathcona's Horse in World War One.

1945- Twin Canadian pilots who were both awarded the Distinguish Flying Cross. Each leads a flight of Spitfire fighter-bombers operating with a Norwegian wing of the R.A.F. in Belgium.

WWII Twin Canadian Pilots Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross Orig Press Photo

WWII Twin Canadian Pilots Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross Orig Press Photo in Collectibles, Militaria, WW II Original Period Items, Other WWII Original Items

Canadian pilots from 417 Fighter Squadron, at this time equipped with Spitfire, after a mission with the Desert Air Force, Libya, 21 Feb 1943.

Canadian pilots from 417 Fighter Squadron, at this time equipped with Spitfire, after a mission with the Desert Air Force, Libya, 21 Feb

BENJAMIN BALLENDINE. The seventh of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Lieutenant/Corporal Benjamin R. Ballendine (L 27264) enlisted in June 1940 and went overseas with the Regina Rifles. With his brother Edward, he went to Italy in June 1943 and was attached to the Loyal Edmonton Regiment. He was a well-known sniper during the war.

BENJAMIN BALLENDINE. The seventh of eight Ballendine brothers from Battleford, Saskatchewan who joined the Canadian Army in World War Two. Lieutenant/Corporal Benjamin R. Ballendine (L 27264) enlisted in June 1940 and went overseas with the Regina Rifles. With his brother Edward, he went to Italy in June 1943 and was attached to the Loyal Edmonton Regiment. He was a well-known sniper during the war.

WWII Canadian spitfire pilots (Squadron 416). The pilot in the front, middle is still alive.

WWII Canadian spitfire pilots (Squadron The pilot in the front, middle is still alive. Has shared with me some remarkable stories.

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