Captain F. C. Carling-Kelly, AFC
C172 Group Captain Fitzroy Cavendish Carling-Kelly was born in Toronto, 1911 and graduated from St. Andrew's College in 1930. He graduated from Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario in 1934 and enlisted in the Artillery.
"At the outbreak of the European War, this officer, already an experienced flying instructor, was deputy Chief Flying Instructor at Camp Borden. Since that time, he has held such key training positions as Officer Commanding of a Central Flying School Visiting Flight, Chief Flying Instructor of Central Flying School, Officer Commanding Central Flying School, and Commanding Officer of No.1 Service Flying Training School. By his untiring efforts and devotion to the task of pilot training, he has set an excellent example to all flying instructors. he has made a significant contribution to the pilot training programme of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan which is deserving of the highest praise."