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No. 128 Squadron
128 Squadron was formed at Thetford in February 1918 as a day bomber unit but did not become operational before disbanding the following July. On 7 October 1941, the Fighter Flight attached to No. 95 Squadron at Hastings, Sierra Leone, became No. 128 Squadron. 128 flew Hurricanes on air defence duties in Sierra Leone until disbanding on 8 March 1943. On 5 September 1944, No. 128 reformed at Wyton as a Mosquito Squadron in No. 8 Group. As part of the Light Night Striking Force, it carried out raids over Germany for the rest of the war. On 20 September 1945, the Squadron was transferred to No. 2 Group and moved in October to Belgium to join 139 Wing at Melsbroek. In moved to Germany and renumbered 14 Squadron on 1 April 1946. Airfields No. 128 Squadron flew from:
- Sierra Leone from 7th October 1941
- disbanded 8th March 1943.
- re-formed at RAF Wyton, Huntingdonshire, 5th September 1944 (Mosquito XX, XXV, XVI)
- RAF Warboys, Huntingdonshire from 22nd June 1945
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