P/O I.A. Palumbo, RCAF, Buffalo, New York, Research Page

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P/O I.A. Palumbo, RCAF, Buffalo, New York, Research Page

Post by georgetanksherman » Tue Jul 09, 2024 1:11 pm

Greetings,

While researching P/O I.A. Palumbo (Thanks Temujin) I came across this site that tells all about the missions that R.A.F. No. 357 Squadron flew in 1945, flying Liberators and Dakotas in the Far East, also lists the crews and the type of missions and which aircraft, at the beginning of each month, it talks about missions, crews in and out and such, very informative.

The site:
https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/ ... -home-page.

Hope it helps anyone doing research !

Cheers

George
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Re: P/O I.A. Palumbo, RCAF, Buffalo, New York, Research Page

Post by Temujin » Tue Jul 09, 2024 1:23 pm

georgetanksherman wrote:
Tue Jul 09, 2024 1:11 pm
Greetings,

While researching P/O I.A. Palumbo (Thanks Temujin) I came across this site that tells all about the missions that R.A.F. No. 357 Squadron flew in 1945, flying Liberators and Dakotas in the Far East, also lists the crews and the type of missions and which aircraft, at the beginning of each month, it talks about missions, crews in and out and such, very informative.

The site:
https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/view/ ... -home-page.

Hope it helps anyone doing research !

Cheers

George
George, if you go to Richard Quirks homepage, he has hundreds (well a lot) more information on Squadrons and other documents that you can see. Here’s a link to his home page

http://archives.rafcommands.com/rquirk/history.html

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