XC Squadron

 

 

The squadron was re-formed in November 1942, as a heavy-bomber squadron equipped with Stirlings, and subsequently made a significant contribution to the Battle of the Ruhr, the devastation of Hamburg and the famous raid on Peenemunde. It also did a great deal of minelaying. In May/June 1944, No. 90 exchanged its Stirlings for Lancasters and with these continued to play a prominent part in Bomber Command's offensive until late April 1945. Between 8/9th January 1943 (when it began operations with Stirlings) and 22nd April 1945, members of No. 90 Squadron earned 6 DSOs 123 DFCs, one bar to a DFC, 1 CGM, 1 AFC and 33 DFMs.

 

For further Information click on: 90 Squadron website

 

XC Squadron Historian:

Sam Mealing-Mills The Old Post Office, East Carlton, Norwich NR14 8HT

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

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