No. 178 Squadron was a heavy bomber squadron that spent the entire Second World War operating in the Mediterranean.
No. 178 Squadron R.A.F.. Description of the Squadron's Badge. A demi-lion erased, holding a flash of.
However less well celebrated is the fact that the RAF had a No 178 squadron was formed at Shandur on the Great Bitter Lake in Egypt on.
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This is a very good No. 178 Squadron RAF on the combat record of the Handley Page Halifax. I will try his son -in -law, in Australia, who has his log book but as it's a long time since we were in contact he may not reply. This aircraft also had a walk-through bomb bay traversed by a nine-inch wide catwalk. Foggia Plain airfields were constructed across fields with the soil compacted and raised, then covered with pierced steel planking. Royal Air Force portal. Forum Rules, FAQs, Feedback and News. I have only now discovered the name of an uncle who was killed in WWII.