Ian Agnew Patterson Macintyre DSO, RN
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|15 Sep 1911|| ||Mid,|
|15 Jan 1914|| ||A/S.Lt.|
|30 Oct 1914|| ||S.Lt.|
|15 May 1916|| ||Lt.|
|15 May 1924|| ||Lt.Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1929|| ||Cdr.|
|31 Dec 1937|| ||Capt.|
Retired: 8 Jan 1947
|11 Jun 1942|| ||CBE|
|1 Dec 1942|| ||DSO|
|18 Dec 1945|| ||CB|
Warship Commands listed for Ian Agnew Patterson Macintyre, RN
|HMS Scylla (98)||Capt.||Light cruiser||27 Mar 1942||14 Oct 1943|
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1 Jan 1943 (position 45.01, -10.50)
The German blockade breaker Rhakotis (6753 GRT) is intercepted by the British light cruiser HMS Scylla (Capt. I.A.P. Macintyre, CBE, DSO, RN) about 200 nautical miles north-west of Cape Finisterre in position 45°01'N, 10°50'W. When the British open fire the Germans scuttled their ship.
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