No. 9 Squadron RAF

No. 9 Squadron RAF

was one of two Wellington aircraft from No. 9 Squadron which crashed following a mid-air collision near RAF Honington on 30th October.
No. 9 Squadron of the Royal Air Force was the first in the service to receive the Panavia Tornado, which it currently operates from RAF Marham, Norfolk. Squadron Badge ‎: ‎A bat with wings extended.
Authority: King Edward VIII, November No. 9 Squadron, RFC, was formed at St. Omer, France, on 8th December from the HQ Wireless Unit and was.

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Save this on Delicious. In his log book he wrote in red the date his plane bombed the Tirpitz. My dad soon put his skills for engineering into projects in the camp, like using tin cans to fabricate air ducts, etc. Fred's ashes and memorial are at East Kirkby, Lincolnshire along with others, his log books are fully detailed and held by his sons. A complete Pegasus XVII radial engine and propeller were also recovered and have been stripped down and restored by museum staff. RIP Harry Kartz — IX Sqn Wellington era. Skip to page content. Would love to know if anyone remembers Sidney or has any information about. Here the unit formed part of the biggest Tornado wing in NATO. If you have a general question please post it on our Facebook page. Alan Lestocq Roberts DFC.
No. 9 Squadron RAF