I recently picked up a fantastic "short snorter" and have been busy trying to identify all who signed it. I am posting here for some help with a man who signed as a member of the RAAF. I can tell you that the American pilot who collected these signatures flew almost exclusively top military brass and staff, government officials, and US and foreign diplomats. Flights were from the US to Britain, sometimes via Newfoundland. The signature likely dates from late 1942 into 1943. This signature appears to be for a Dom Collie with the Royal Australian Air Force. He would have to have been of senior rank or importance to have been on one of the flights and/or to be asked to sign the "snorter." I am aware Collie is a somewhat common name in Australia. However, the WW2 Nominal Roll (all Aussies who served except with foreign countries) does not show any man named Dom or variant thereof. There is a listing for an Ian C. Collie, a squadron leader in the PTO, but I do not believe this is his signature. Do we have any Australian members or researchers of the RAAF in WWII who might have a source for identifying this man? I have about exhausted all that is on the Net. Thanks.