Air Marshal Clarence Dunlap, CBE, CD, DCL, Royal Canadian Air Force

Clarence Dunlap received his flight training in 1928 and served in the fledgling Royal Canadian Air Force until the outbreak of war in 1939. After commanding the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan station at Mountainview, Ontario, he joined Mediterranean Air Command as the Commanding Officer of No. 331 Wing and participated in the air campaign against Italy and Sicily.

After serving thirty-nine years, most notably as the Chief of the Air Staff and as Deputy Commander of NORAD, Air Marshal Dunlap retired in 1966.
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