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No. 92 Squadron RAAF
Active 25 May 1945 – 17 September 1945
Country  Australia
Branch Royal Australian Air Force
Role Attack
Engagements World War II
Aircraft flown
Attack Bristol Beaufighter

No. 92 Squadron was a Royal Australian Air Force ground attack squadron. The Squadron was only active for eight months before being disbanded. No. 92 Squadron was formed at Kingaroy, Queensland on 25 May 1945. While the Squadron was to be equipped with Beaufighter aircraft the first Beaufighter did not arrive until 4 July. After receiving its aircraft the Squadron began flight training but the war ended before this training was complete and the Squadron did not see action. No. 92 Squadron disbanded on 17 September 1945.[1]

Notes[]

  1. Eather 1995, p. 99.

References[]

  • Eather, Steve (1995). Flying Squadrons of the Australian Defence Force. Weston Creek, ACT: Aerospace Publications. ISBN 1-875671-15-3. 

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