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#209 Squadron formed as #9 sqn RNAS at St Pol on 1 February 1917, disbanded in 1919. Reformed  at Mount Batten on 15 March 1930 as a flying boat unit equipped with the only four Iris aircraft built. #209 gained its 'independence' on 1 Nov 1958, when #267 sqn at Kuala Lumper was redesignated. It was now flying Pioneers and Twin Pioneers as a light transport squadron supporting the security forces in Malaya, a role it maintained for the next ten years, disbanding on 31 Dec 1968.

#209 Squadron formed as #9 sqn RNAS at St Pol on 1 February 1917, disbanded in 1919. Reformed at Mount Batten on 15 March 1930 as a flying boat unit equipped with the only four Iris aircraft built. #209 gained its 'independence' on 1 Nov 1958, when #267 sqn at Kuala Lumper was redesignated. It was now flying Pioneers and Twin Pioneers as a light transport squadron supporting the security forces in Malaya, a role it maintained for the next ten years, disbanding on 31 Dec 1968.

Badge of the Canadian Forces School of Intelligence and Security

Badge of the Canadian Forces School of Intelligence and Security

Royal Australian Air Force. Some great info specifically about the air force during all major wars.

Royal Australian Air Force. Some great info specifically about the air force during all major wars.

Royal Air Force Hospital Akrotiri.

Royal Air Force Hospital Akrotiri.

Royal Air Force Station Driffield or RAF Driffield is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.7 km south west of Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire and 17.2 km north west of Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The site was first opened in 1918 by the Royal Air Force (RAF) under the name of RAF Eastburn, before closing in early 1920. However, in 1935 a new airfield was built for the RAF initially training bomber crews before closing in 1977 when the site was turned over to Army

Royal Air Force Station Driffield or RAF Driffield is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.7 km south west of Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire and 17.2 km north west of Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, England. The site was first opened in 1918 by the Royal Air Force (RAF) under the name of RAF Eastburn, before closing in early 1920. However, in 1935 a new airfield was built for the RAF initially training bomber crews before closing in 1977 when the site was turned over to Army

RAF Bomber Command controlled the RAF's bomber forces from 1936 to 1968. Along with the United States Army Air Forces, it played the central role in the strategic bombing of Germany in World War II. From 1942 onward, the British bombing campaign against Germany became less restrictive and increasingly targeted industrial sites and the civilian manpower base essential for German war production. Bomber Command stood at the peak of its post-war military power in the 1960s, the V bombers…

RAF Bomber Command controlled the RAF's bomber forces from 1936 to 1968. Along with the United States Army Air Forces, it played the central role in the strategic bombing of Germany in World War II. From 1942 onward, the British bombing campaign against Germany became less restrictive and increasingly targeted industrial sites and the civilian manpower base essential for German war production. Bomber Command stood at the peak of its post-war military power in the 1960s, the V bombers…

6 Sqn Royal Rhodesia Air Force (post WWII - 1970). Hugh Bomford.

6 Sqn Royal Rhodesia Air Force (post WWII - 1970). Hugh Bomford.

#215 Squadron formed as a night bomber squadron in World War I and again in World War II, becoming a transport squadron near the end of the Second World War.

#215 Squadron formed as a night bomber squadron in World War I and again in World War II, becoming a transport squadron near the end of the Second World War.

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