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|Jim Inward DFC Flt. Eng.|
Flight Engineer 35 & 76 Squadrons first tour of 25 operations, and 578 Squadron for a further 22 operations.
Items Signed by Jim Inward DFC Flt. Eng.
|Lancaster Legend by Philip West. (AP)|
Price : £155.00
|After another long, dangerous mission this Lancaster is limping home flak damaged, past the windmill at Cley-next-the-Sea.......|
|Welcome Home by Stephen Brown (AP)|
Price : £175.00
|A flak-damaged Lancaster of 617 Squadron struggles across the airfield perimeter as it returns to base after a precision raid over enemy territory. After writing a new chapter in aviation history with the famous Dams Raid of May 1943, 617 Squadron ......|
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|Squadrons for : Jim Inward DFC Flt. Eng.|
|A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Jim Inward DFC Flt. Eng.. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.|
Country : UK
Founded : 14th January 1944
Fate : Disbanded 14th April 1945
|No.578 Sqn RAF|
578 Squadron was formed from C flight of No.51 Squadron as a heavy bomber squadron at Snaith, Yorkshire on 14th January 1944. Equipped with the Handley Page Halifax B.III, 578 was part of No.4 Group, Bomber Command and began operations on 20th/21st January 1944. During its short operational career, the squadron completed 2,271 operational sorties, lost 77 aircraft and among the awards given to squadron personnel were 1 VC, 3 DSO's, 143 DFC's and 82 DFM's. 578 Squadron, Royal Air Force was disbanded on 15th April 1945 whilst based at Burn.
Country : UK
Founded : 15th September 1916
Fate : Disbanded 31st December 1960
|No.76 Sqn RAF|
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