99 Squadron [concept]


99 Squadron [concept]


99 Squadron was originally formed in 1917, and in 1938, was the first squadron to be equipped with Wellingtons. As part of 3 Group, It was stationed at RAF Newmarket from mid- September 1939 to March 1941 when it moved to RAF Waterbeach. It transferred to India in February 1942 to conduct bombing operations against the Japanese in Burma, Thailand and Malaya. B-24s replaced the Wellingtons in September 1944.
It was stationed at: RAF Mildenhall, RAF Elmdon, RAF Newmarket and RAF Waterbeach.
Aircraft flown included: Wellington
Wartime losses: 223


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Nigel Moore


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