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Crews of 462 Squadron RAAF

 

Link for crews posted to 462 Squadron, Middle East:-

Fayid, Egypt from initial formation on 6 September 1942, to mid November 1942;
Libya and Tunisia, various locations, mid November 1942 to late February 1944;
Italy from late February 1944 (reformed as 614 Squadron).
462 Squadron ceased to exist on 01 March 1944.

 

462 Squadron was reformed at Driffield, Yorkshire in the UK on 14 August 1944.

Link for crews posted to 462 Squadron, Bomber Command, UK:-

462 Squadron RAAF, 4 Group, Driffield, 14 August 1944 to 31 December 1944;
462 Squadron RAAF, 100 Group, Foulsham, Norfolk, 01 January 1945 to 24 September 1945.

 

 

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