John Charles Dundas, DFC & Bar (19 August 1915 – 28 November 1940) was a British Second World War fighter pilot. On 28 November 1940 Dundas is believed to have engaged and shot down Helmut Wick, the highest scoring ace of the Luftwaffe at that time, over the English Channel. Moments later Dundas was also shot down into the sea. Both pilots vanished and remain missing in action. He had 12 aerial victories.
A South African by birth, A.G. “Sailor” Malan became one of the great Royal Air Force fighter leaders during the Battle of Britain. In the summer of 1940, Malan commanded the legendary 74 Squadron, which helped stop the advance of Germany’s Luftwaffe.