"... The gallant and sustained assistance given by Polish Units to our air effort and to the common cause has never faltered. Long after final victory, to which you have contributed so much, the brotherhood in arms of the RAF and Polish Air Force will be remembered by us with pride and gratitude."
                                            RAF Marshal Viscount Portal of Hungerford, KG, GCB, OM, DSO, MC.


  Squadron's commanders:
28 Aug 1940 T. Rolski18 Oct 1940 J. Orzechowski12 Nov 1940 T. Rolski1 July 1941 J. Zareba.14 Aug 1941 J. Ostoja-Slonski 1 Sep1941 H. Wczelik 14 Apr 1942 T. Czerwinski 22 Aug 1942 K. Rutkowski 14 Mar 1943 W. Karwowski 1 Jan 1944 S. Lapka 8 June 1944 J. Marciniak  28 June 1944 P. Niemiec 25 Sep 1944 J.Zulikowski 25 May 1945 J. Jeka ? Jan 1946 T. Andersz 

Places of stationing:
28 Aug 1940 Church Fenton
7 Nov 1940 Turnhill 3 Apr 1941 Northolt 7 Oct 1941 Speke 12 Dec 1941 Church Stanton 3 May 1942 Kirston in Lindsay 15 June 1942 Northolt 13 Mar 1943 Hutton Cranswick 30 Mar 1943 Catterick 11 Auig 1943 Gravesend 19 Aug 1943 Friston 22 Sep 1943 Heston 19 Dec 1943 Llanberd 1 Jan 1944 Heston 15 Mar 1944 Llanberd 20 Mar 1944 Heston 1 Apr 1944 Coolham 22 Jun 1944 Ford 27 June 1944 Brenzett 10 July 1944 Andrewsfield 10 Oct 1944 Coltishall.

Squadron's aircraft: 
28 Aug 1940 Hurricane MkI and MkII 12 July 1941 Spitfire MkI and MkIIB 
11 Dec 1941 Spitfire MkVB 29 Sep 1942 Spitfire MkIX 13 Mar 1943 Spitfire MkVB26 Mar 1944 Mustang III

                 Above: The 306 Squadron's badge

Pilot List Losses Scores
Aircraft Faces   S/Ldr Jelinski album Formation - First victory
Skalski strange flight 88 pictures on the site

© Polish Squadrons Remembered