No. 71 Squadron RAF

No. 71 Squadron RAF

No. 71 Squadron was the first 'Eagle' Squadron, manned by American volunteers in the year before the American entry into the Second World.
CH Group Captain Charles Sweeny (right) Honorary Commanding Officer of the Eagle Squadron with the Commanding Officer of the RAF Flying Training.
The first Eagle Squadron, No. 71, was formed on 19 September, at the height of the Battle of Britain. Six of the original members were already members of.

Official: No. 71 Squadron RAF

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