ⓘ No. 186 Squadron RAF

                                     

ⓘ No. 186 Squadron RAF

No. 186 Squadron of the Royal Air Force was formed on 1 April 1918 at East Retford, providing night pilot training for home defence and on the Western front. On 31 December 1918 it was reformed as an operational shipboard unit aboard HMS Argus. In 1919, the squadron became a torpedo development unit, renumbering to become 210 Squadron on 1 February 1920.

The squadron reformed again, on 27 April 1943, in the Dram of the air force as a fighter-bomber squadron, eventually receiving its first hurricanes in August, after the transition to RAF Ayr, converting to typhoons and later, Spitfire VBS. The squadron was renumbered 130 squadron on 5 APR 1944.

Six months later, on 5 October 1944 the squadron was reformed in the bomber command, the Lancaster, based at Tuddenham, and flew its first bombing 13 days later. The squadron was disbanded on 17 July 1945.

                                     
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