Distinguished Service Cross awarded to Jack Alcock.
The Distinguished Service Cross is awarded to military personnel for gallantry during active operations against the enemy at sea. John William "Jack" Alcock was awarded this medal for his service as a pilot in the Royal Naval Air Service during the First World War. He was based at Mudros in Greece and flew bombing, fighting and scout missions against Turkish and German forces.
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- Gift of Mr. J.A. Moseley
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