35 Squadron Royal Air Force

Formed on 1st February 1916 at Thetford. Name: "Madras Orsidency" Motto: Uno animo agimus (We act with one accord). Code: WT (1939-40), TL
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35 Squadron Avro Vulcan B.2 XL446 (1975)

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RAF 35 Squadron Aircrew from left to right:  1. Sgt FJ Soan (Mid-upper Gnr)   2. Sgt DV Durie (Rear Gnr)  3. F/Sgt EJL Hall(Navigator)  4. F/Sgt WN Mercer (Pilot – with officer rank, probably Pilot Officer)  5. Sgt HV Gash (Wireless Op) (03/04/23-10/03/2009)   6. F/Sgt Brenner (Bomb Aimer)   7. W.J. (John) Cunningham (Flight Engineer)  This Avro Lancaster is from an RAAF Squadron (Australian), probably Nº463 or Nº467 (Colorised by Tom Thounaojam)

Photo of unidentified Lancaster Bomber Sqdn and AirCrew, England, World War II

Halifax Mark II Series 1A, HR928 ‘TL-L’, of No. 35 Squadron RAF based at Graveley, Huntingdonshire, being flown by Squadron Leader A P Cranswick., an outstanding Pathfinder pilot of No. 5 Group, Bomber Command, who was killed on the night of 4/5 July 1944 on his 107th mission. The Cranswick coat-of-arms decorates the nose just below the cockpit.

Halifax Mark II Series 'TL-L', 35 Sqn RAF being flown by Sqn Ldr A P Cranswick, an outstanding Pathfinder pilot who was killed on the night of .

Halifax Mark II Series 1A, HR928 ‘TL-L’, of No. 35 Squadron RAF based at Graveley, Huntingdonshire, being flown by Squadron Leader A P Cranswick., an outstanding Pathfinder pilot of No. 5 Group, Bomber Command, who was killed on the night of 4/5 July 1944 on his 107th mission. The Cranswick coat-of-arms decorates the nose just below the cockpit.

Halifax Mark II Series 'TL-L', 35 Sqn RAF being flown by Sqn Ldr A P Cranswick, an outstanding Pathfinder pilot who was killed on the night of .

During July and August 1946, 35 Sqn RAF carried out a goodwill tour of the USA with 16 Lancaster Bombers. The Squadron left the UK in 2 waves in July and routed via the Azores to Gander. After Mitchell Field (New York) ,the Lancasters visited Scott Field,Lowry(Denver) and Long Beach(California) ,taking part in U.S.A.A.F celebrations in Los Angeles on August1st 1946. On the way home, they visited San Antonio,Morrison Field (Florida) and Andrew Field (Maryland).

Aircraft Manufacturer and Special Flight Covers: RAF - Goodwill Tours 1946 and 1947


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