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Looking For WW2 RAF 245 Sqdrn. Info

Sun Oct 21, 2007 1:40 pm

Just wondering if anyone here can help me out as I've been looking around the net for an hour or so and I seem to have hit a dead end. I have found out the when 245 Squadron was flying Hurricanes their code was DX. What I'm trying to find out is if there was a DX-S at all and if so what aircraft it was and who flew it, if possible. Also the fate of said aircraft and pilot(s). Thanks in advance for any input.
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