Edward E. Streets - " Eddie "
Pilot - Royal Air Force
November 28th, 1921 - March 21st, 1942
Killed on the Island of Malta
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I am researching Americans, like Pilot Officer Edward Earl Streets, who volunteered for service with the British Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force during the early days of World War II. In the case of Pilot Officer Streets, he had completed a tour of operations with No. 126 Squadron RAF, on the Island of Malta and died from injuries received during one of the almost constant bombing raids on the Island. Sadly, Pilot Officer Streets was one of over 1,000 Americans who were killed while serving with the Canadian and British air forces during World War II.
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