No. 272 Squadron RAF

No. 272 Squadron RAF

Picture B - 272 Squadron, photo taken on roof of Malta Hotel. Between November 1942 and September 1943 at R.A.F. Takali Results so far: From the left. No.
Posts about 272 Squadron written by No further enemy attacks on the convoy were launched and at dawn today fighters from Malta E Smith, RAF, 113 Squadron; Flight Sergeant John Swan, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve.
No. 272 Squadron RAF was a Royal Air Force Squadron formed as an anti– submarine unit in World War I and a coastal fighter unit in World War II. ‎ History · ‎ Aircraft operated · ‎ References · ‎ External links.

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