I’m looking for details of service of Flt Commander William Reginald Crocker.
He was killed by a railway train at Port Said on 6 March 1916.
He was apparently a qualified airship, aeroplane and free balloon pilot and served at Eastchurch, and was one of the original aooficers in the RNAS when it split from the RFC.
Crocker was appointed to the East Indies and Egypt Seaplane Squadron, possibly in command but records and memoirs are unclear on this.

Any details would be most welcome.