215 Squadron [concept]


215 Squadron [concept]


215 Squadron was originally formed in 1918 and by September 1939 it was a training squadron equipped with Ansons, Harrows and Wellingtons. It was reformed in December 1941 with Wellingtons and transferred to India in April 1942. In October 1944 the squadron converted to B-24s but in April 1945 it became a transport squadron using C-47s.
It was stationed at: RAF Honington, RAF Bramcote, RAF Bassingbourn, RAF Newmarket, RAF Stradishall, RAF Waterbeach and RAF Harwell.
Aircraft flown included: Anson, Harrow, Wellington, B-24 and C-47.


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Nigel Moore


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