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No. 623 Squadron
No 623 Squadron was formed, from 'C' flight of No 218, at Downham Market on 10 August 1943. It was operational with Stirling III bombers the same night it was formed, part of the main force of 3 Group Bomber Command. After three months of night raids against Germany, 5 Group converted to Stirlings, resulting in No 623 disbanding and the crews going to No 90, No 218 and No 514 Squadrons, 5 Group Bomber Command.
Airfields No. 623 Squadron flew from:
- RAF Downham Market, Norfolk from 10th August 1943 (formed. Stirling III)
- disbanded 6th December 1943.
List of those who served with No. 623 Squadron during The Second World War
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