No. 435 Squadron RAF

No. 435 Squadron RAF

Transport and Rescue Squadron nicknamed "Chinthe Squadron ", is a Royal Canadian Air No. 435 Squadron RCAF was formed on 1 November 1944 in Gujarat, India during the Burma Campaign, flying the Douglas Dakota in support of the.
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No. 435 Squadron RCAF was formed on 1 November 1944 in Gujarat, India The squadron deployed to RAF East Moor in mid-September, equipping with. Signals Command Development Squadron. Initially formed as Volunteer Gliding Schools, these squadrons retained No. 435 Squadron RAF gliding school numbers when reformed as squadrons. Personnel from Veterans Affairs Canada and the Department of National Defence went to Burma and recovered the airmen's remains. Sometimes the planes' ground crews would go along to act as "kickers" helping to push the supplies out the side doors. The RAF maintains a number of independent flights, some on a permanent basis, others on an ad-hoc basis as required.

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