Below is some genealogy information on the No. 134 Squadron of the Royal Air Force that may help searches for military ancestors.
Theatres of War, Army Regiments, Naval Detachments, RAF
World War One
Description: No. 134 squadron was active from 1918. It was supposed to be a bomber unit but was never operational was disbanded in 1918.
World War Two
Description: The number 134 squadron reformed in 1941 using personnel from No.17 Squadron. Initially flying Hawker Hurricanes they deployed in the Soviet Union, training their pilots and later giving them their aircraft too. They re-equipped with Supermarine Spitfires and later Hawker Hurricanes and were re-deployed to Egypt where they stayed until 1943. At that point they moved to India and then Burma. In 1944 they converted to American Republic Thunderbolts. They disbanded in 1945 and were renumbered No.131 Squadron.
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