429 Squadron [concept]


429 Squadron [concept]
Bison Squadron; [concept]


429 Squadron was formed in November 1942 as part of 4 Group Bomber Command, quickly transferring to 6 Group in January 1943. It flew Main Force operations until the end of the war and disbanded in May 1946.
It was stationed at: RAF East Moor and RAF Leeming.
Aircraft flown included: Wellington, Halifax and Lancaster.
Wartime losses: 396


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Terry Hancock


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