Raymond Hiley Harries, (1916 – 14 May 1950) was a Royal Air Force fighter pilot and flying ace of the Second World War. Harries scored 15 victories against enemy aircraft, as well as three shared kills, two probable kills and five damaged during the war. Harries is also credited with the destruction of a V-1 flying bomb.

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  • Raymond Hiley Harries, (1916 – 14 May 1950) was a Royal Air Force fighter pilot and flying ace of the Second World War. Harries scored 15 victories against enemy aircraft, as well as three shared kills, two probable kills and five damaged during the war. Harries is also credited with the destruction of a V-1 flying bomb. (en)
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  • No. 135 Wing (1944–45)
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  • No. 91 Squadron RAF(1942–43)
  • No. 92 Squadron RAF(1949–50)
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  • Raymond Hiley Harries, (1916 – 14 May 1950) was a Royal Air Force fighter pilot and flying ace of the Second World War. Harries scored 15 victories against enemy aircraft, as well as three shared kills, two probable kills and five damaged during the war. Harries is also credited with the destruction of a V-1 flying bomb. (en)
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  • Raymond Harries (en)
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  • Raymond Hiley Harries (en)
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