|Title:||Twenty-one Squadrons: History of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 1925-57|
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|Publisher:||Garnstone Press Ltd; First Edition edition (November 13, 1972)|
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Twenty-One Squadrons: The History of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force 1925-1957. ISBN13:9780855111106. Release Date:November 1972. Publisher:Garnstone Press Ltd. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: royal air force.
With the reactivation of the Auxiliary Air Force, No. 502 was reformed on 10 May 1946, again at RAF Aldergrove, but now as a light bomber squadron, equipped with Mosquito . 5s from July 1946. In December night fighter Mosquitoes replaced the bombers, but in June 1948 the units of the by now Royal Auxiliary Air Force all converted to the day fighter role, 502 receiving Spitfire . 2s for the purpose. Jet conversion began in January 1951 with the arrival of Vampire F. s, which were supplemented by F. s in July 1954. ISBN 978-0-85130-164-8. Twenty-one Squadrons: History of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 1925–57. London: Garnstone Press, 1972. ISBN 978-0-85511-110-6.
The Royal Auxiliary Air Force owes its origin to Lord Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount TrenchardTrenchard's vision of an elite corps of civilians who would serve their country in flying squadrons in their spare time. Twenty-one Squadrons: History of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, 1925-57.
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