No. 225 Squadron RAF

No. 225 Squadron RAF

No. 225 Squadron was formed in August 1918 at Alimini in southern Italy from 482 and 483 flights at the former RNAS air station across the Adlantic to.
No 225 Squadron was formed at Alimini, Italy in August 1918 from Nos 481, 482 and 483 Coastal Support and Special Squadrons of the RAF and their aircraft.
RNAS Unit in the Aegean, were allocated RAF squadron numbers but it would seem that these numbers did not really begin to be used until September. My pilot informed me that he would come down as low as possible to the undergrowth and I was to jump the last foot or so. Groundcrew installing a Type F. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Their curiosity satisfied they, to a man, suddenly rushed away from the helicopter and back into the jungle. Living with these fierce and loyal fighters in the jungle was a privilege and an experience, especially at meal times.

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They had been dumped somewhere on Salisbury plain. I was then told that since I only had eight months to go before my five year short service commission with the RAF would be complete, I was to remain at El Adem, get all the helicopters serviceable, fly them onto the aircraft carrier, HMS Albion, which was due to arrive in three weeks, and then return to the UK where I would remain. So sad to hear that Margaret has passed away. Regarding the SAS escape, a slight amendment there as I loosened the canvas on the side of the lorry to enable Stan Lilley and myself to climb out. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Eurofighter Typhoon NATO Military rival to the Sukhoi Su-35
No. 225 Squadron RAF