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DFC

Abbreviation for:
developmental field complex
Director(ate) of Finance and Contracting 
dry-filled capsule
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Equels earned a second Distinguished Flying Cross for bravery during a battle near the town of Tian Phuoc.
The guest speaker is Colonel Rich Graham USAF Retired SR71 - Blackbird pilot who was Vice Wing Commander at Beale Air Force Base during which time he collected military awards including three Legion of Merit awards, four Distinguished Flying Cross medals and 19 Air Medals.
Kuroki was awarded one Distinguished Flying Cross for his 25 missions in Europe and another for participation in the Ploie ti raid.
To add further poignancy to the momentous occasion, the Vulcan will be piloted by Martin Withers, who captained Vulcan XM607 on the famous Black Buck raid on Port Stanley Airport during the 1982 Falklands conflict, initiating the campaign that would recapture the islands and earning him a Distinguished Flying Cross for his heroics.
Flt Lt Laura Nicholson, 39, of Salisbury, became only the second woman to win the Distinguished Flying Cross after guiding a Chinook helicopter through heavy gunfire to save a wounded American Marine.
Captain Horsfall was Captain Horsfall was Mentioned in Despatches in 1915, received the MC in 1916, and the Distinguished Flying Cross in 1918.
He went on to become a fighter ace, destroying five enemy aircraft and earning a Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar.
Clr Martyn Bolt, whose uncle Norman Bolt (inset) flew more than 50 missions and earned the Distinguished Flying Cross, said the memorial was needed to recognise the devastation and loss of life.
He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with four Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Air Medal.
He was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) days before his death.
Flight Lieutenant Michelle Goodman, the first woman to receive the Distinguished Flying Cross, was one of those celebrating the milestone at the Staffordshire remembrance centre.
Shot down in his Spitfire when only 21, he went on to join the famous Dambusters, sinking the German battleship Tirpitz and winning a Distinguished Flying Cross. Aged 89 he returned to the skies, becoming the oldest man to fly a Lancaster bomber: "I thought about some of my friends who had been lost and it was an emotional experience."
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