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No. 178 Squadron RAF

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

No. 178 Squadron RAF
Active15 Jan 1943 – 15 April 1946
CountryUnited Kingdom United Kingdom
Branch
Air Force Ensign of the United Kingdom.svg
Royal Air Force
Motto(s)Latin: Irae emissarii (Emissaries of wrath)[1]
Insignia
Squadron BadgeAn erased lion holding a flash of lightning

No. 178 Squadron RAF was a Royal Air Force Squadron that was a bomber unit based in Egypt, Libya and Italy in World War II.

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History

Formation in World War II

The Squadron was equipped with Liberators at Shandur, Egypt on 15 January 1943 and then moved to Libya, then Italy from March 1944. The squadron was actively involved in the air drop operations in support of the besieged Polish Home Army in Warsaw in 1944.

Postwar

In November 1945 the Liberators were replaced by Lancasters at Fayid, Egypt. It was disbanded upon renumbering as No. 70 Squadron RAF on 15 April 1946.

Aircraft operated

Aircraft operated by no. 178 Squadron RAF[2]
From To Aircraft Variant
Jan 1943 Dec 1943 Consolidated B-24 Liberator II
May 1943 Sep 1943 Handley Page Halifax II
Sep 1943 Jul 1944 Consolidated B-24 Liberator III
Jan 1944 Jan 1946 Consolidated B-24 Liberator VI
Nov 1945 Apr 1946 Avro Lancaster III

References

  1. ^ Pine, L G (1983). A Dictionary of mottoes. London: Routledge & K. Paul. p. 116. ISBN 0-7100-9339-X.
  2. ^ C.G.Jefford (1988). RAF Squadrons. UK Airlife Publishing. ISBN 1-85310-053-6.

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This page was last edited on 13 January 2019, at 18:32
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