Originally posted on Shrine of Dreams: On August 9, 1945 Lt. Robert Hampton Gray led two flights of Corsairs on one of the last operations of World War II. The first atomic bomb had been dropped on Hiroshima two days before. Senior officers had been informed that a second bomb would be dropped on the…Remembrance Day: The Hampton Gray Memorial At Onagawa Bay — battleoftheatlantic19391945
SUNDAY, April 11/2021@17:44-JUST SURFED THE WEB , VIA LINKEDIN and CAME UP ON THE VICTORIA CROSS and GEORGE CROSS ASSOCIATION, in THE U.K. AS BOTH OF THESE CITATIONS FOR GALLANTRY, ARE WELL KNOWN TO ME; I ENTERED INTO THE SEARCH BOX…OUR CANADIAN NAVAL HEROES NAME…Robert Hampton GRAY, V.C., D.S.C., M.I.D., ROYAL CANADIAN NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE, V.C., POSTHUMOUSLY…FOR ACTION ON AUGUST 9, 1945, WHICH LT., GRAY SUNK AN I.J.N., DESTROYER. ANYWAYS, Y’ALL CAN RESEARCH IT YOURSELVES, HERE AND ON THE V.C., AND G.C., ASSOCIATION!!!
Note: The VICTORIA CROSS IS THE HIGHEST GALLANTRY MEDAL/CITATION, OF THE DOMINION-COMMONWEALTH, AND THE GEORGE CROSS IS NOT TO FAR BELOW THE V.C., IN THE CITATION LADDER!!!
RESEARCH THESE TWO CITATIONS, AS THIS IS MILITARY CONCERNED MATERIALS AT ITS FINEST!!!
Brian Murza…Killick Vison, W.W.II Naval Researcher-Published Author, Present Day Military-Naval Analyst, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
LT. Robert Hampton HAMMY GRAY’S VICTORIA CROSS, WAS POSTHUMOUSLY; AND THE LAST VICTORIA CROSS EARNED OF W.W.II/1939-1945!!!