No. 334 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

No. 334 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

No. 334 Squadron (RAF) during the Second World War

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No.334 Squadron was a short-lived unit, formed from the Mosquito wing of No.333 Squadron after the end of the war in Europe. No.333 Squadron was a Norwegian squadron that had operated two wings - a Mosquito wing that served with the Banff strike wing and an anti-submarine warfare wing. On 30 May 1945 the Mosquito wing was formed into a separate squadron, No.334. On 8 June the new squadron moved to Norway, where on 21 November 1945 it became part of the Royal Norwegian Air Force.

May-November 1945: de Havilland Mosquito VI

May-June 1945: Banff
June-November 1945: Gardermoen

Squadron Codes: -

Role: Mosquito squadron, 1945


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