No. 156 Squadron RAF

No. 156 Squadron RAF

No. 156 Squadron RAF was a Royal Air Force Squadron that was active as a bomber unit in World War II. Contents. [hide]. 1 History. 1.1 Formation and World   ‎ History · ‎ Notable pilots · ‎ Memorials · ‎ Aircraft operated.
No. 156 Squadron first formed in October somewhere in England and did so, apparently, for day-bombing. It disbanded in November without having.
156 Squadron RAF - Pathfinder Force Links. I know a number of former members, and will be including some of their recollections in a book i.

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Add to this record. Sgt Jones Ronald Charles Cottingham. Losses Group Aircraft Bombing Targets. The Wartime Memories Project is a non profit organisation run by volunteers. Based at Upwood from: March. RAF Bomber Command's famous Eindhoven raid When it had finished operations against the enemy, No. Based at Upwood from: March. Airfields at which No. Cranswick - Most Bomber Missions of WWII. She was out in the yard waving a duster on the end of a broom so Stanley could see . No. 156 Squadron RAF