Background : Son of Richard and Ellen Flint; husband of Alma Ivy Flint, of Dandenong, Victoria, Australia.
Service & personal summary At enlistment : married. 1930-1932 13/19 Light Horse previous military experience. Blue eyes, brown hair. Marks / scars : scar left hip.
31/07/1940 Taken on strength Recruit Reception Depot Caulfield, Victoria.
18/08/1940 Admitted Queens Memorial Infectious Diseases Fairfield Hospital, Victoria with Rubella and Upper Respiratory Tract Infection (U.R.T.I.).
22/08/1940 Discharged to Broadmeadows Convalescent Depot, Victoria and admitted to Broadmeadows Convalescent Depot, Victoria.
24/08/1940 Discharged to unit.
18/09/1940 Admitted Broadmeadows Convalescent Depot, Victoria with pulmonary tuberculosis.
20/09/1940 Transferred to 2/2 Pioneer Training Battalion Hamilton, Victoria from Recruit Reception Depot.
04/10/1940 Discharged unfit - to be discharged from army.
10/01/1941 Posted to 2/2 Pioneer Battalion.
10/01/1941 Marched out on pre embarkation leave.
21/01/1941 Posted from Pioneer Training Battalion to 2/2 Pioneer Battalion Puckapunyal, Seymour, Victoria.
10/03/1941 Evacuated to Casualty Clearing Station Balcombe, Mt. Martha, Victoria.
10/03/1941 Admitted chronic mammities.
13/03/1941 Discharged to unit 5 Casualty Clearing Station Balcombe, Mt. Martha, Victoria.
13/03/1941 Rejoined unit from Casualty Clearing Station.
08/04/1941 Embarked Sydney, New South Wales on H.M.S. Queen Mary (H.M.T. N.N.).
03/05/1941 Disembarked Middle East.
17/06/1941 Reported missing in action and transferred to X list.
17/06/1941 Previously reported missing now reported killed in action overseas.
17/06/1941 Previously reported missing now reported killed in action.
26/06/1941 Buried 100 yards south of Fort Merdjayoun. Grave marked by cross.
09/09/1941 Reburied grave no. M20 Damascus British War Cemetery.