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  • MUS95172
    Royal Air Force
    No. 485 Squadron pilots in front of a Spitfire during the New Zealand High Commissioner's visit to No. 485 Squadron. Unknown location. L-R: Flight Lieutenant Hume (Flight Commander), Flight Lieutenant Barnett (Flight Commander), WJ Jordan (High Commissioner), Squadron Leader JM Checketts DFC (Commanding Officer), Wing Commander AC Deere DSO DFC & bar.
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    No. 485 Squadron
    485 Sqn
    Jordan
    High Commissioner
    Hume
    Barnett
    Checketts
    Deere
    RAF
  • OhG1520-53
    RNZAF
    New Zealand High Commissioner's visit to No. 485 Squadron. RAF Station Biggin Hill. L-R: Flight Lieutenant Hume (Flight Commander), Flight Lieutenant Barnett (Flight Commander), WJ Jordan (High Commissioner), Squadron Leader JM Checketts DFC (Commanding Officer), Wing Commander AC Deere DSO DFC & bar.
    Biggin Hill
    Deere
    Checketts
    Barnett
    Hume
    Jordan
    Spitfire
    485 Sqn
    No. 485 Squadron
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    High Commissioner
  • PR3219-61
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Squadron Leader Colin Gray (left) and Squadron Leader Alan Deere (right).
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Gray
    Deere
  • MUS96164
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Wing Commander Alan Deere in the cockpit of his Spitfire.
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Deere
    Spitfire
  • MUS1002420
    Royal Air Force
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Group of famous New Zealand Wing Leaders. Unknown location. "Between them they accounted for 85 aircraft destroyed and were awarded five DSOs and nine DFCs". Circa 1944. L-R: Wing Commander E.P. Wells DSO DFC + bar, Wing Commander C.F. Gray DSO DFC + 2 bars, Air Commodore A.C. Deere DSO OBE DFC + bar, Wing Commander W.V. Crawford-Compton DSO + bar DFC + bar
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Wells
    Gray
    Deere
    Crawford-Compton