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RAF No.318 Polish Sqn.

RAF No.318 Polish Sqn.

Stirring image during the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration: The Lancaster, centre, was accompanied by two Spitfires on both flanks and tailed by a Hurricane. One of the four Spits was P7350 - the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world and the only one which actually fought in the Battle of Britain. It was shot up by a Messerschmitt 109 during combat in October 1940; its wounded Polish pilot Ludwik Martel crash-landed it, wheels up, near Hastings.

Stirring image during the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebration: The Lancaster, centre, was accompanied by two Spitfires on both flanks and tailed by a Hurricane. One of the four Spits was P7350 - the oldest airworthy Spitfire in the world and the only one which actually fought in the Battle of Britain. It was shot up by a Messerschmitt 109 during combat in October 1940; its wounded Polish pilot Ludwik Martel crash-landed it, wheels up, near Hastings.

Group portrait of pilots 308th (Polish) Squadron RAF (No. 308 (Polish) Squadron RAF) fighter in 'Spitfire' Mk.IX (Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX).

Group portrait of pilots 308th (Polish) Squadron RAF (No. 308 (Polish) Squadron RAF) fighter in 'Spitfire' Mk.IX (Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX).

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX, BS456, UZ-Z, 306(Polish) Toruński Squadron, RAF Northolt, November 1942

Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX, BS456, UZ-Z, 306(Polish) Toruński Squadron, RAF Northolt, November 1942

Spitfires of 303 (Polish) Squadron heading to Dieppe - operation "Jubilee", 19 August 1942. (Sikorski's Institute)

Spitfires of 303 (Polish) Squadron heading to Dieppe - operation "Jubilee", 19 August 1942. (Sikorski's Institute)

Polish Spitfire Mk Vb (probably 315 Squadron) Picture taken in Northern France (Lens). Some info here: http://www.historicaircraftcollection.ltd.uk/spitfire/

Polish Spitfire Mk Vb (probably 315 Squadron) Picture taken in Northern France (Lens). Some info here: http://www.historicaircraftcollection.ltd.uk/spitfire/

307 Polish squadron who although in the main were based at RAF Drem.Lothian with Mosquito aircraft, had flown a detachment of 3 aircraft up to Sumburgh on 16 November 1943, mainly for training purposes, but the squadron had struck lucky here when a He-177 was shot down NE of Shetland on the 22 Nov, then another, e/a this time a Ju88 was shot down into the sea on the 26th.

307 Polish squadron who although in the main were based at RAF Drem.Lothian with Mosquito aircraft, had flown a detachment of 3 aircraft up to Sumburgh on 16 November 1943, mainly for training purposes, but the squadron had struck lucky here when a He-177 was shot down NE of Shetland on the 22 Nov, then another, e/a this time a Ju88 was shot down into the sea on the 26th.

Polish Spitfire training prang, England

Polish Spitfire training prang, England

No. 303 Polish Squadron. Pilots of this famous squadron pose with their Sqn.Ldr. Jan Zumbach in front of his Spitfire V at Kirton-in- Lindsey in Oct. 1942.

No. 303 Polish Squadron. Pilots of this famous squadron pose with their Sqn.Ldr. Jan Zumbach in front of his Spitfire V at Kirton-in- Lindsey in Oct. 1942.

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