No. 71 Squadron RFC

No. 71 Squadron RFC

From 27 March while based at Castle Bromwich, it was designated " No. 71 Squadron " by the Royal Flying Corps, to avoid confusion with.
No. 71 Squadron was the first 'Eagle' Squadron, manned by American volunteers in the year before the American entry into the Second World  Missing: rfc.
No. 71 Squadron was a Royal Air Force aircraft squadron. The number has been used three times: once by the Royal Flying Corps for an Australian Flying  Squadron Badge heraldry ‎: ‎A bald-headed eagle.
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