There was an article that appeared in either Flypast or Aeroplane during the past three months or so or maybe it was a special Hurricane issue of about the same time put out by one or the other magazine that was the biography of an Aussie that was flying in France in 1939/40. I did not note his name but he may be one of those already mentioned. He had been in the RAAF and then in the RAF but insisted on wearing his RAAF blues although, as the article said, "they were in tatters." If I remember right, he was killed in the latter stages of the 1940 France battle. It might have been the Hughes fellow already mentioned. I believe that he wore a battledress style blouse. Maybe somebody here has the magazine in question and can study the many photos of him more carefully than I....and report back.