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Historical : RAF Last Updated: Apr 21st, 2015 - 23:52:06



67 Squadron Buffalos, Burma
By Malcolm Laird
Nov 19, 2006, 11:23

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67 Squadron with Buffaloes based at Mingaladon and later Mawge, faught in the defence of Burma from Decemver 1941 until withdrawl to India on 10 March 1942. By then they were down to just four aircraft.

Buffalos at Mingaladon, Burma. (CV Bargh)


67 Squadron pilots at Mingaladon, Burma. (CV Bargh)


Buffalos over Burma. Note the light blue of the upper wing roundel. (CV Bargh)


Buffalo at Mingaladon Burma. Note the light blue of the upper wing roundels. (CV Bargh)


67 Squadron pilots with Buffalo RD-V, Burma. (CV Bargh)


C V 'Vic' Bargh of Featherston, New Zealand at Mingaladon, Burma. (CV Bargh)


Kenneth A Rutherford of Hawarden, Canterbury, NZ. (CV Bargh)


Ted Saddler, of Lower Hutt New Zealand, with Buffalo RD-U W8220 (CV Bargh)




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