RAF Attlebridge [entry point]


RAF Attlebridge [entry point]


RAF Attlebridge was a Bomber Command station located in Norfolk, 8 miles (13 kms) north-west of Norwich.

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It opened in August 1941 as part of 2 Group and used by 88 Squadron initially flying Blenheims but converting to Bostons in October 1941. The station was temporarily used by the United States Army Air Force from September to November 1942 with B-26s. The station was then upgraded and re-opened in March 1943 returned to 2 Group with 320 Squadron which was converting from Hudsons to B-25s. By the time it became operational the squadron had transferred to the Second Tactical Air Force and moved out. At the end of 1943 the station was transferred back to the United States Army Air Force for the remainder of the war.

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“RAF Attlebridge [entry point],” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 20, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/6388.

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