Regia Aeronautica - squadriglia d'aquila
Capitano Vitello Tonnato. An Ace from the Second Italo-Abyssinian War where he flew Fiat CR.20 biplanes and was known for shooting Ethiopian camels.
Tenente Luigi Macaroni.
Tenente Vittorio Gambetta.
Tenente Gabriel Firenze Bossonova.
Tenente Vespa Piaggio.
Primo Tenente Silvio Machette
Sottotenente Modena Maserati
The Country of Dampshire 369 Squadron Auxiliary Air Force
Flying Officer Cholmondeley Featherstonehaugh DFC and Bar. Family home: Featherstonehaugh Manor. As a third son he should have taken the clergy, but they wouldn't have him, so he was sent to the RAF instead.
Pilot Officer Sir Price - Belongs to a renowned naval family, Dartmouth Naval College, Fleet Air Arm, transfered to 369 Squadron on outbreak of war.
Flying Officer William ”Half Pint” Carruthers – Son of the famous WW1 flying ace. So short he must take a cusion from an armchair in the Mess to be able to see out of the cockpit.
Pilot Officer Emmett Hollingberry
Pilot Officer Percy Prune - Transferred to 369 Squadron from 111 Squadron half way through the campaign. Born on April 1st, 1922; at Ineyne Manor. At the age of six months, beginning as he meant to go on, he crashed his cradle, and within the next six months had crashed five replacements.
Pilot Officer Bruce Wayne - Transferred to 369 Squadron straight from OTU.
Pilot Officer Lee N Perrin.
Pilot Officer John ”Banger” Walls
Pilot Officer Brett Sinclair
Squadron Leader Foxy Moron - Veteren of the First World War and the conflicts in the Middle East - Squadron Intelligence Officer during the Battle of Britain - Commanding 369 Squadron on its transfer to Malta because of his extensive experience in biplanes.
Foxy’s troublesome dog.
Leading Aircraftman Walker - Fitter - A spiv - lived in the bell tents on the perimeter of the airfield during the Battle of Britain, hoping for better accomodation in Malta.