No. 510 Squadron (RAF): Second World War

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No.510 Squadron was a home-based transport squadron that provided communications flights in Britain from 1942 until the spring of 1944. The squadron was formed on 15 October 1942 and was equipped with a mix of light transport and communications aircraft that it took over from No.24 Squadron. The new squadron was used to provide communications flights within the UK, before on 8 April 1944 being renamed as the Metropolitan Communications Squadron.

Aircraft
Wide range of types

Location
October 1942-April 1944: Hendon

Squadron Codes: -

Duty
1942-1944: Home based transport unit 1942-44

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How to cite this article: Rickard, J (5 January 2011), No. 510 Squadron (RAF): Second World War, http://www.historyofwar.org/air/units/RAF/510_wwII.html

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