(1915-10-29)29 October 1915
Woźniki, German Empire
August 12, 1941(1941-08-12) (aged 25)
Horn Crag Eksdale, Cumbria
Polish Air Force
France Armée de l'Air
Royal Air Force
111th Fighter Escadrille (Poland)
No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron
Polish Defensive War, World War II
Virtuti Militari; Cross of Valour; Distinguished Flying Medal
Stanisław Karubin was a Polish fighter ace of the Polish Air Force in World War II with 7 confirmed kills.
2 Aerial victory credits
5 Further reading
Karubin after graduating from Non-Commissioned Officer's School for minors was assigned to the 111th Fighter Escadrille. On 3 September 1939 he shot down his first plane, a Bf 110. On 23 January 1940 he arrived in France via Romania and Greece. He served in the Krasnodębski section of the Groupe de Chasse et de Défense I/55, on 3 June he downed a Do 17 or a Do 215. After the capitulation of France he came to the UK. He took part in the Battle of Britain in the No. 303 Polish Fighter Squadron and destroyed 5 German aircraft. On 6 September 1940 he was hit and jumped with a parachute. On 18 September he received the Virtuti Militari. He was sent to No. 55 Operational Training Unit RAF. On 12 August 1941, flying in the clouds, Karubin struck a mountainside, at the same way also died another Polish pilot, Zygmunt Höhne.
Aerial victory credits
Bf 110 - 3 September 1939
Do 17 or Do-215 - 3 June 1940
Bf 109 - 31 August 1940 
2 Bf 109 - 5 September 1940
He-111 - 6 September 1940
Bf 109 - 5 October 1940
Virtuti Militari, Silver Cross
Cross of Valour (Poland), three times
Distinguished Flying Medal
^ R. King, Dywizjon 303, p.79
^ Arkady Fiedler described this fight in the book Squadron 303
Olgierd Cumft i Hubert Kazimierz Kujawa, Księga lotników polskich poległych, zmarłych i zaginionych 1939-1946, editor Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warsaw 1989, wyd. I, p. 316-317.
Jerzy Pawlak, Polskie eskadry w latach 1918-1939, Wydawnictwa Komunikacji i Łączności, Warsaw 1989, ISBN 83-206-0760-4.
Wacław Król, Polskie skrzydła nad Francją, Wydawnictwo "Książka i Wiedza", Warsaw 1986, ISBN 83-05-11473-2, s. 221-222.
Arkady Fiedler, Squadro