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RAF Alconbury was in Cambridgeshire three miles north-west of Huntingdon. It opened in 1938 as a satellite station for RAF Upwood. By the start of the war the station was used as a satellite station for RAF Wyton in 2 Group and the Battles of 12, 40…

15 Squadron was originally formed in 1915. In September 1939 the squadron, was flying Battles and deployed in France as part of the Advanced Air Striking Force. The squadron returned to Great Britain in December 1939 and converted to Blenheims. It…

RAF Wyton is in Cambridgeshire, four miles north east from Huntingdon. It first opened in 1916 but construction of a new airfield began in 1935 and it reopened in July 1936 as part of 2 Group. 139 Squadron and 114 Squadron flew Hinds and later…

RAF Bourn was in Cambridgeshire six miles west of Cambridge. Construction began in 1940 and it opened with three concrete runways in 1942. In February 1942, 101 Sqn arrived, equipped with Wellington bombers and were replaced in August by 15 Sqn which…

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Alexander Lamb grew up in Scotland and worked in the civil service before he joined the Royal Air Force. He flew five operations as an air gunner with 15 Squadron.

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Flight Lieutenant Ron Barr is seated in uniform with a dog in front of a hedge. He has rank braids on sleeve and pilot's brevet, Distinguished Flying Cross medal ribbon, flying helmet, and oxygen mask. A bulldog 'Pilot Officer Prune' with studded…
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