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RCAF Squadron Reformed

Photo: Photo via the RCAF

 

Photo via the RCAF

A Royal Canadian Air Force squadron, renowned for its role in World War Two, was re-formed this summer at Trenton, Ontario. Commanded by Lt Col Graham Edwards, 434 Operational Test and Evaluation Squadron will work with all RCAF aircraft types. The unit first flew from Tholthorpe, Yorkshire, in 1943, operating HP Halifax bombers and Avro Lancasters.

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