115 Squadron [concept]

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115 Squadron [concept]

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115 Squadron was in 3 Group throughout the war. In September 1939 it was based at RAF Marham equipped with Wellingtons. From September 1942 to November 1942 it moved to RAF Mildenhall and then to RAF East Wretham where, having carried out the most Wellington operations in Bomber Command, the squadron converted to the radial engined Lancaster Mk 2s in March 1943. From August 1943 to November 1943 the squadron operated from RAF Little Snoring before moving to RAF Witchford from where it operated until the end of the war having switched to Merlin engined Lancasters in in March 1944.

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“115 Squadron [concept],” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed October 21, 2021, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/6293.

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