Royal Flying Corps
A native of Sydney and son of the well known lightning sketch artist. Lieut. Levy was a member of the Royal Flying Corps, and was killed by a collision in mid-air. Within a few days of his death, his cousin, a son of Mr. Alber Whelan, vauderville entertainer, was killed in almost identical manner.
The Sun (Sydney) Sunday 23 June 1918 page 17
LITTLE, Robert Alexander
Royal Air Force
203rd Squadron, formerly Royal Naval Air Service
Son of James LITTLE
Of Collins St., Melbourne, Vic.
Husband of Vera LITTLE
Of 'Centreway' 263 Collins St., Melbourne, Vic.
Awarded DSO and Bar, DSC and Bar
Killed in action 27 May 1918
Aged 22 years
Buried Wavans British Cemetery
Flight Commander R. A. Little, killed in action, had a wonderful record as a flying man. Only 22 years of age, he had won a name which will live in history. His decorations included the D.S.O. and bar, Distinguished Service Cross and bar, and the Croix de Guerre. He had many remarkable adventures in the air, and several amazing escapes from death. An old Scots College boy, Flight Commander Little was only 19 when lie went to England, to qualify as an aviator. He was appointed to the Royal Flying Corps, and subsequently to the Royal Naval. Air Service. He was a son of Mr. James Little of Collins-street.
Graphic of Australia Friday 28 June 1918 page 19