Little is known of 2nd Lt. Bridge at this time. The following accident report notes him as observer/gunner with Lt. Golding (later Cpt.)
"D4812 Allotted to BEF and en-route ex Napier’s 7.3.1918, to be delivered to 1 ASD via Richborough or 2 ASD via Southampton. 2 ASD Reception Park by 1.4.1918. 59 Sqn dd ex 2 AIS 14.5.1918 and wrecked 6.6.1918 (Lt H.M. Golding/2Lt A.J. Bridge OK – while diving on a machine gun, the upper wing extensions were shot away by AA fire and the machine crashed). For deletion on 59 Sqn."
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