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Brussels on 11/11/1922
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The RAF Squadrons involved in WW2 in Belgium



Last update: 31/01/22


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692 Squadron
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692 Squadron

The squadron was formed on 1 January 1944 at RAF Graveley, Huntingdonshire as a light bomber unit,[2] equipped with Mosquito Mk.IV bombers, as part of the Light Night Striking Force of No. 8 Group RAF in Bomber Command. It re-equipped with Mosquito Mk.XVI bombers from March 1944 and by June 1944 the squadron had completely switched over to the newer variant. It was the first squadron to carry 4,000 lb bombs in Mosquitos, used in an attack on Düsseldorf...
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Crashs in which the 692 squadron was involved:

* Crash of Mosquito PF393-P5 fallen to Mignault on 26/09/1944

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