Royal Air Force

Throughout the Second World War, the Royal Air Force operated on the Home Front as a first wave of defence but also in the training of service personnel.

615 Squadron

RAF 615 (County of Surrey) Squadron was a unit of the Auxiliary Air Force, later to become the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, between 1st June 1937 and 1957.

9 Squadron

With operations dating back to 1914, RAF 9 Squadron, sometimes No. IX (Bomber) Squadron, is the oldest dedicated bomber squadron in the Royal Air Force.

No. 11 (P)AFU

No. 12 FTS

Royal Air Force No. 12 FTS (Flying Training School) operated between 1938 and 1955, based at RAF Grantham, Lincolnshire during the Second World War.

No. 22 OTU

Royal Air Force No. 22 OTU (Operational Training Unit) flew out of RAF Wellesbourne Mountford, Warwickshire as part of No. 6 Group RAF Bomber Command.

RAF 103 Squadron

At the outbreak of World War Two, RAF 103 Squadron became part of the RAF Advanced Air Striking Force seeing action in France during the Battle of France.

RAF 138 Squadron

RAF 502 Squadron