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No. 444 Squadron

Formed on September 1, 1947. No. 444 Squadron bore the first new number (i.e. which had no war-time predecessor) in the post-war R.C.A.F., however No. 444 Squadron was the direct descent of three Canadian wartime Squadrons, Nos. 664, 665 and 666. 'Triple Four' provided artillery observation for the Royal Canadian Artillery and also trained Army aviators for operational light aircraft tasks. Composed of both RCAF and Army personal, the Squadron flew Austers and the deHavilland Chipmunk until..., Notice: Undefined variable: galleryRecord in /home/wings08/public_html/Squadrons/index.php on line 147 Gallery

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