"...We should remember that, during the turning-point of history, Polish airmen were almost the only allies - apart from Commonwealth nations - who fought in strength at our side. In that battle alone Polish Airmen brought down or crippled over two hundred enemy aircraft..."
                                                                     The Rt. Hon. Lord Vansittart Pc, GCB, MVO.


Commanders:
25 Nov 1940 Z. Pistl14 Feb 1943 J. Piotrowski15 Oct 1943 M. Piotrowski3 Apr 1944 J. Golko9 Sep 1944 A. Glowacki17 July 1945 H. Pietrzak
Locations:
23 Nov 1940 Renfrew15 May 1941 Dunino (Fifeshire)26 Oct 1942 Findo Gask (Pertshire) / Flight "A" and "C"15 Nov 1942 Gatwick / Flight "B" 10 Jan 1943 Peterhead / Flight "B"8 Mar 1943 Kitnewton (Midlothian) 4 June 1943 Sanilwell (Suffolk) 5 Nov 1943 Wellingore (Lincs.) 24 Nov 1943 Snailwell23 Apr 1944 Drem23 Apr 1943 Acklington / Flight "A" 14 Nov 1944 Peterhead12 Dec 1944 Andrews Field.
Aircraft:
Nov 1940 Westham Lysander II and III1 Apr 1942 Mustang I / Flight "B"19 Jan 1944 Hawker Hurricane IV23 Apr 1944 Hurricane IIC1 Sep 1944 Mustang I20 Oct 1944 Mustang III.

         
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