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No. 113 Squadron RCAF
Active 1937-1939, 1942-1944
Disbanded 10 August 1944
Country Flag of Canada (1921–1957).svg Canada
Allegiance Flag of Canada (1921–1957).svg Canada
Branch Air Force Ensign of Canada (1941-1968) Royal Canadian Air Force
Role Bomber Reconnaissance
Part of RCAF Eastern Air Command

Second World War

Battle honours North-West Atlantic 1942-1944[1]

No. 113 (Bomber Reconnaissance) Squadron was a Royal Canadian Air Force squadron that was active during the Second World War. It was originally formed as an Army Co-operation squadron and then a Fighter squadron before being disbanded in 1939 and then reformed in 1942. It was primarily used in an anti-submarine role and was based on the east coast of Canada and Newfoundland. The squadron flew the Lockheed Hudson and Lockheed Ventura before disbanding on 10 August 1944.[2]



  1. DND Directorate of History and Heritage
  2. No. 113 Squadron at
  3. Attack on U-754 by Hudson 625 of 113 (BR) Squadron, July 31st, 1942

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