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Thread: No.26 & 106 Conversion Flights

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    Default No.26 & 106 Conversion Flights

    Hi,

    Is there a ORB for the above two flights at the NA. I cannot seem to find them.

    Also, can anyone tell me who commanded each of the flights between Oct 1941 and January 1942.

    TIA

    Steve
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    Default Re: No.26 & 106 Conversion Flights

    I don't know the background of these particular flights but a few squadron ORB's contained separate 540's for their conversion flights, rather like they did for some detachments. Of course this assumes that the flights were numbered the same as the squadron.

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    Default Re: No.26 & 106 Conversion Flights

    I take it that these are the conversion flights created in association with BC squadrons being converted to a new aircraft type?
    David D

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