B536, 2nd Lt. Kenneth William Junor, No. 56 Squadron, Baizieux, France, March 1918
Kenneth Junor was born on August 3rd, 1894 in Toronto and after completing studies at the University of Toronto he joined the Canadian military in 1915,
with which he took part in the Battle of Somme. In April 1917, he was accepted into the Royal Flying Corps, underwent training, and in December 1917
was assigned to No.56 Squadron. There, he would serve until April 23rd, 1918, when he was shot down by Ltn. Egon Koepsch of Jasta 4. Kenneth Junor
succumbed to his injuries. Over the course of his service during the First World War, Junor shot down eight German aircraft.
The SE.5a in which Ken Junor claimed two of his victories carried the standard camouflage scheme of the type, consisting of PC10 on the upper and side
surfaces while the lower surfaces remained in the colour of canvas. No.56 Squadron fighters carried a wide white band on the rear fuselage (not extending
around the bottom of the fuselage and was not connected at the top of the spine) from the end of September 1917 til March 1918.
#648299 SE.5a guns (Brassin)
#82132-LEPT SE.5a Hispano Suiza (PE-Set)
#648333 SE.5a wheels (Brassin)
INFO Eduard - January 2021