R.F.C. Training Transfer Card

to 2nd Lieut. Frances Fogarty, 98 Squadron

On the right is the Demobilization Certificate of R.F.C. Air Mechanic Frances Fogarty, born 16 January 1899, next to his R.F.C. Training Brigade Transfer card made out to him as a 2nd Lieutenant.  Fogarty flew during the war with 98 Squadron.  He can be seen on the far left of the photograph of No. 98  personnel below left.  He later became Air Chief Marshal Sir Francis Fogarty.  He died in 1973. No. 98 Squadron, RFC, was formed at Harlaxton, Lincolnshire, on 30th August 1917, from a nucleus flight from No. 4 Training Squadron and in the following spring crossed to France as a day-bombing unit equipped with DH9s.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Frances J. Fogarty, G.B.E., K.C.B., D.F.C., A.F.C.