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The bomber offensive mounted by the Royal Air Force, the Royal Canadian Air Force, and the air forces of other Commonwealth countries during the Second World War has been described as the most continuous and grueling operation of war ever carried out.

No. 419 (Moose) Squadron

Commanding Officers W/C J. Fulton: 21 December 1941 - 28 July 1942 (KIA)W/C A. P. Walsh: 5 August 1942 - 2 September 1942 (KIA)W/C M. M. Fleming: 8 September 1942…

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Canadian 408 Squadron Aircrew Losses
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Canadian 408 Squadron Aircrew Losses

Canadian 408 Squadron Aircrew who were killed serving with Bomber Command. Their names appear on Canada's Bomber Command Memorial Wall SurnameGiven Name(s) Acton George Nelson Aiken David Alderson Ernest Henry Allan William Bruce Allen Alfred George Andersen Nels Paul Archambault Joseph Rene Archer Jack Colin Archie Steve Assaf George Astles John James Baily Norman Godwin Baird Nelson…

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A Typical Raid

07:00 hrs Day is beginning for the 2000 ground staff at a Bomber Command station on the bleak, windswept coast of eastern England. The target information for the next night…

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Ken Brown CGM – Dambuster

Ken Brown liked the Bomber Command Museum (formerly the Nanton Lancaster Air Museum). He had visited the museum and our Lancaster on a number of occasions prior to our requesting…

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