622 Squadron

 

 

 

No 622 Squadron was formed on 10 August 1943 at Mildenhall from C Flight of No.15 Squadron. Equipped with Stirlings, it began operations on the same night as forming, converting to Lancasters in December. It formed part of the main force of Bomber Command and took part in attacks on German industry until the end of the war. After a short period of trooping to Italy, the squadron disbanded on 15 August 1945.

 

For further Information see 622 Squadron website 

 

 

622 Squadron Historian:

Howard Sandall  35, Birthorpe Road, Billingborough, Sleaford, Lincs, NG34 0QS

Email:  howardsandall622ATbtinternet.com (Please delete the "AT" and insert "@" )

 

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/No-622-Squadron-WWII-History-Page-784098965017373/

 

 

 

622 Squadron Research Project - click on the file below to read about Howard's links to the squadron and the research project he is currently undertaking.

 

Howard - 622 research.pdf
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RAAF AAFC 622 Sqn Affiliates

We are delighted to hear from this AAFC Squadron, who share an illustrious squadron number with us. This is the   letter received from them to introduce themselves:

RAAF AAFC 622 Sqn Affiliates letter.pdf
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