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#155 Squadron formed at RAF Chingford on 14 September 1918 as a bomber unit with Airco DH.9As after an earlier decision to form at RAF Feltham was abandoned. In mid-September 1945, the squadron flew to Singapore soon after the Japanese surrender and in February 1946, moved to Sumatra to provide tactical support for the British Army units there until disbanded on 31 August 1946. On 3 June 1959, it merged with #194 Squadron RAF to form #110 Squadron RAF.

#155 Squadron formed at RAF Chingford on 14 September 1918 as a bomber unit with Airco DH.9As after an earlier decision to form at RAF Feltham was abandoned. In mid-September 1945, the squadron flew to Singapore soon after the Japanese surrender and in February 1946, moved to Sumatra to provide tactical support for the British Army units there until disbanded on 31 August 1946. On 3 June 1959, it merged with #194 Squadron RAF to form #110 Squadron RAF.

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Royal Air Force West Malling or RAF West Malling is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.6 km south of West Malling, Kent and 8.4 km west of Maidstone, Kent, England. Originally used as a landing area during the First World War, the site opened as a private landing ground and in 1930, then known as Kingshill, home to the Maidstone School of Flying, before being renamed West Malling Airfield, and, in 1932, Maidstone Airport. The airfield was as a landing area during the First World War.

Royal Air Force West Malling or RAF West Malling is a former Royal Air Force station located 2.6 km south of West Malling, Kent and 8.4 km west of Maidstone, Kent, England. Originally used as a landing area during the First World War, the site opened as a private landing ground and in 1930, then known as Kingshill, home to the Maidstone School of Flying, before being renamed West Malling Airfield, and, in 1932, Maidstone Airport. The airfield was as a landing area during the First World War.

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

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VP-56 DRAGONS UNITAS 1987 NAVY LOCKHEED P-3 ORION SQUADRON PATCH

VP-56 DRAGONS UNITAS 1987 NAVY LOCKHEED P-3 ORION SQUADRON PATCH

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