Royal Air Force Mourns: Officer David ‘Woody’ Woodrow of 652 Air Observation Post Squadron Passes Away

The community mourns David ‘Woody’ Woodrow’s passing. He was a D-Day Veteran and a member of the Royal Air Force 652 Air Observation Post Squadron. He died on Friday, June 14, at the age of 100. His bravery and commitment in World War II left a lasting legacy of heroism and sacrifice.

A Legacy of Service and Sacrifice

David “Woody” Woodrow showed bravery in the Royal Air Force, serving with distinction, especially during D-Day. He spotted artillery and took reconnaissance photos, critical contributions that aided the Allies.

Honored at the Memorial Inauguration

David showed his strong support for veterans and his country by attending the Memorial’s opening in June 2019. His presence highlighted his lasting commitment. It also reminded everyone of his generation’s sacrifices.

Condolences to Family and Friends

The community sends its condolences to David’s family and friends. His death is a reminder of the sacrifices in World War II. They will always remember him.

Remembering David ‘Woody’ Woodrow

Woody will be remembered for his bravery in war and his commitment to fellow veterans and his country. His legacy will inspire future generations to honor the Greatest Generation’s sacrifices.

Woody’s passing marks the end of an era, but his spirit will live on in the hearts of those who knew him.

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