No. 94 Squadron (RAAF): Second World War

Aircraft - Locations - Group and Duty - Books

No.94 Squadron, RAAF, was a Mosquito fighter-bomber squadron formed in Australian in May 1945 but that never saw action. The squadron was formed in New South Wales on 30 May 1945 and was equipped with the Australian-built Mosquito FB Mk 40, making it the third RAAF squadron to receive the type in the Pacific theatre. The squadron was still working up when the Japanese surrender ended the Second World War. It just survived into 1946, but on 7 January 1946 was moved to Richmond, and two weeks later was disbanded.

Aircraft
May 1945-January 1946: De Havilland Mosquito FB Mk 40

Location
May 1945-January 1946: New South Wales
January 1946: Richmond

Squadron Codes: -

Duty
1945-46: Fighter-bomber squadron, working up, Australia

Books

 

How to cite this article: Rickard, J (29 August 2012), No. 94 Squadron (RAAF): Second World War, http://www.historyofwar.org/air/units/RAAF/94_wwII.html


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