Patrick Bruce Bine Ogilvie

Biography of Patrick Bruce Bine Ogilvie

Wing Commander Patrick Bruce Bine Ogilvie was a researcher in Science at the University from 1931 to 1933. During the war he served with RAF bomber squadrons.

Ogilvie won the DSO and was mentioned in despatches three times. He was awarded the DFC on 9 January 1942 for his role flying with 15 Squadron in the bomber raid on the German pocket battleships Gneissau and Scharnhorst anchored at Brest in France. He died on 11 December 1944.


Patrick Bruce Bine Ogilvie
Died 11 December 1944.
University Link: Researcher
GU Degree: Science Research, 1931-33;
Father's Details: Herbert Ogilvie
War Service: Wing Commander, Royal Air Force
Grave / Memorial: Runnymede Memorial, England
View Commonwealth War Graves Commission record
Record last updated: 18th Dec 2007

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