272° Sqn

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  1. FabioRAF

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    Hi to everybody, from this trhead,we have discovered, also with your help, the type of aircraft and the pilots'name.

    http://www.ww2aircraft.net/forum/technical/identification-2-a-13108.html

    31/08/44
    272 Sqn
    Beaufighter X
    NT907
    P/O W H Billing RCAF
    F/Sgt H Thornton
    Missing from attack on ships off Finale Ligure. Both crewmen rest in Milan War Cemetery.

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    Did the 272 squadron belong to the Coastal Command?

    Friends model makers, have thought about making the model of the Beufighter...
    Do you have some photos or the codes for the colors of the model?

    In advance we thank

    Ciao

    Fabio
     
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    272 Squadron were part of coastal command based in Sardinia in early 1944 and later in Mainland Italy
     
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