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Luftwaffe photograph of Dyce taken in 1941.
RAF Dyce was situated in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Today it is the site of Aberdeen Airport.
Squadrons stationed at RAF Dyce
- No: 1 Squadron. from October 1940
- No. 111 Squadron
- No: 141 Squadron. from August 1940
- No: 145 Squadron. from August 1940
- No: 235 Squadron.
- No: 248 Squadron. from May 1940
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Those known to have served at
during the Second World War 1939-1945.
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AC2 Fauntleroy Fenton Air Crew Training UnitI have an Absence Authorised Card belonging to Fauntleroy Fenton when he was at Royal Air Force station Dyce, with the Air Crew Training Unit. It states he has permission to be absent from his quarters from After Duty. 23.59 hrs (Sat/Sun) and 2300 hrs (Wednesday and Friday) Valid during August 1941.Margret
Norman DaggettMy father, Norman Daggett, joined the RAF from his home town of Chilton, Co Durham. He was stationed in Dyce initially as an air-gunner, but was transferred to the Military Police. He was subsequently stationed in Gravesend and India.Christine Daggett
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