No. 172 Squadron RAF

No. 172 Squadron RAF

No. 172 Squadron was formed at Chivenor on 4 April 1942 from No (Leigh Light) Flight which had formed on 8 March to operate Wellingtions equipped.
Unit: No. 172 Squadron (Coastal Command). Type: Wellington XIV. Serial: Code: LF-O. Base: RAF Lajes Field, Azores. Location: North.
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