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World War Ii Air Force

39 Squadron - B26 Marauder Association

Host important details and valuable links about the 39 Squadron, B26 Marauder Association.

467 463 RAAF Squadrons History

An account of two squadrons of Australian airmen, who flew bombing missions out of Waddington in Lincolnshire.

550 Squadron and North Killingholme Association

Provides an account of a Lancaster heavy-bomber squadron and its operations; also includes details of memorials, reunions, newsletters, photos and other resources.

576 Squadron Royal Air Force

Overview of the squadron formed on 25 Nov 1943 and disbanded on 13 Sep 1945.

617 Squadron - The Dambusters

Site content features facts about the Dams raid, war personalities, airfields, operation records, war details, commemoration, recommendations and contact particulars.

Aircrew Remembrance Society

Established to research and remember airmen from all nations, who fell or went missing during the 1939-45 war. Includes details of their activities and an online archive.

Bomber Command Memorial Photography

Contains official photography from every stage of the building and unveiling of the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park.

Czechoslovak Airmen in the Royal Air Force

Provides an account of Czechoslovakian airmen and units in the Royal Air Force, with a section on the Battle of Britain, memorials and cemeteries, links, and a forum.

The Glider Pilot Regiment 1942-1945

Comprehensive page that offers facts about the Glider Pilot Regiment in 1942-1945.

Merlins Over Malta

Describes a project to fly a Spitfire and a Hurricane over Malta in 2005, to commemorate the siege of Malta 1940-43, and the island's defenders.

No. 211 Squadron RAF

Historical summary of No. 211 (Bomber) Squadron RAF in World War II. Includes information about their aircraft, personnel, and operations in the Middle East and Far East.


A permanent flying memorial to the Battle of Britain maintained by the RAF, with Spitfires, Hurricanes, a Lancaster, Chipmunks, and a Dakota; includes details of their aircraft, display information, and visitors guide to their base in Coningsby, Lincolnshire. RAFBBMF

RAF Bomber Command

Pays tribute to the Royal Air Force's bomberaircrews, airmen and airwomen and their contribution to victory in the Second World War.

Royal Air Force 221 Squadron

Includes a history of Squadron, articles of the period, and a guide to their aircraft and operations in Coastal Command, North Africa, the Middle East, and Greece.

Sir Douglas Bader

Provides a biography of the WWII fighter pilot.

Wg Cdr Guy Gibson RAF VC

Biography of Guy Gibson, killed in action 19th September 1944 Aged 26, Steenbergen, Holland.

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