No. 257 Squadron RAF

No. 257 Squadron RAF

Joining No 257 Squadron RAF on 14 May 1940 on its reformation at RAF Hendon, F/O Brian WJ D'Arcy-Irvine failed to return from combat with JG27 off St.
RAF No 257 'Burma' Squadron Hurricane Mk I, January 1941 at Coltishall, Squadron Leader R. S. Tuck.
History. No 257 Squadron was formed at Dundee on 18 August from Nos 318 and 319 Flights at the former seaplane station built there by the RNAS.

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Pilots and Aircrew for : No. He baled out safely. The British planes turned. Bob Stanford-Tuck Tribute Folio by Nicolas Trudgian. Hensons body was later recovered and buried at Cambridge. Hurricane Click the name above to see prints featuring Hurricane aircraft. Schwind unknown unknown K. Angered, Tuck swung his Spitfire around and killed the German pilot with a last burst from his eight Brownings, then headed for home. List of RAF missiles. Click the name above to see a profile of Black, H. Attacks on Geman headquarters continued, with No. He took a leading part in trials, No. 257 Squadron RAF and the early operational use of Napalm. Click the name above to see a profile of Beresford, H.