Second Lieutenant Leonard Judah Fleet was an English airman of the Royal Flying Corps who died during the First World War.

He was born in 1895, in Chorlton, the son of commercial traveller Solomon and Laura Fleet (née Rosensweig), of Manchester and Romania, respectively.

Fleet died on 27 October 1917 while flying over Doncaster, South Yorkshire - one of six RFC officers recorded to have died in four separate accidents over a single weekend.[1] He had been commissioned in August.[2]

He is buried in Philips Park Cemetery, Manchester.


  1. The Times (41621), Col E, p. 5: "Six Flying Officers Killed". 29 October 1917.
  2. The London Gazette (30249, p. 8782. 24 August 1917. Retrieved 19 July 2013.


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