156 Squadron RAF 

Commemorating all who served in 156 Squadron during WWII

156 Squadron Association Pages

Dedicated to my father  Gerald Edward RILEY DFC RAAF  who survived 46 missions with 156 Sqn
his cousin 
Donald James IRVING RAAF who was lost after 9 missions with 101 Sqn
and their mutual friend Milford James CUSICK RAAF who was lost after 8 missions with 460 Sqn

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Pathfinder Flares Marking the Target (A. van Zantvoort)

 New Book released by ex 156 Squadron member

The book details the exploits of Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Al Trotter, DFC, DFM, CD, CM who began his wartime experiences with 101 Squadron, and subsequently served with 156 and 582 Squadrons. He was shot down and spent time in Stalag Luft III, before participating in a Death March across Germany when the camp was evacuated  ahead of the Russian advance.

For more details on the book go to  http://www.againsttheodds.ca/


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