F/O – pilot
[Source: CG/Jerome Lee]
[Source: Gillian Hill, granddaughter]
West Indians in the Royal Air Force: A Trinidad accountant, Jellicoe Scoon, recently arrived in England as a Royal Air Force recruit. Aircraftman Scoon was accepted as a pilot, completed elementary flying school training with at least fifty hours to his credit, and was then sent to Service Flying Training School.
A group of colored RAF-officers. Front row, from left:  unknown, from Jamaica or Belize;  Dusty Miller, from Guyana;  S/L Corbett (liason);  Ulric Cross, from Trinidad;  Johnny Smythe, from Sierra Leone;  Mark Walker, from Trinidad; Second row from left:  E.A. Gordon from Jamaica;  Percy Messiah, from Trinidad;  possibly his brother C.A. Messiah from Trinidad;  Vivian Thomas from Manchester, Jamaica;  Jellicoe Scoon from Grenada.Third row from left:  E.R Braithwaite from Guyana? The rest are as yet unknown to us. We invite our visitors to share the names of any person they recognise. [Names courtesy P.L.U. Cross a.o.; Photograph courtesy Audrey Elcombe, copyright unknown - click to enlarge]