L-R: W/o Chudek, KIA, June 1944, S-Ldr. Jan Falkowski
S/Ldr Kolaczkowski, and F/Lt.Koc
|303 Squadron S/Ldr Donald Zumbach in May 1942
|Centre: Stanislaw Edward Sieradzki (Spitfire)
Some of the photos in this Photo Gallery were sourced from the website POLISH SQUADRONS
POLISH AIR FORCE
|304 Squadron RAF Chievor April 25, 1944 Celebrating Squadron's Day.
Squadron 302 Sgt Rytka (left) reports after returning from unsuccessful
search for F/Lt Henneberg (303) who ditched at the Channel. The
adjutant F/Lt Lukaszewicz (center and P/O Gnys listen to the report.
(Photo courtesy of K. Mordasiewicz) April 13, 1941
305 Squadron L-R F/Lt Jan Paradysz and F/O Karol
Rach. Paradysz was a highly decorated navigator who
flew many missions with the squadron on Wellingtons,
Mitchells and Mosquitoes
308 Squadron RAF Baginton, December 31 1940. STANDING FROM LEFT: F/O Waclaw Wiorkiewicz, P/O Bruno Kudrewicz, F/O John
Young, F/Lt dr Ignacy Kolacinski, F/Lt Kazimierz Kosinski, F/O Zbigniew Moszynski, unknown, F/Lt Mieczyslaw Wiorkiewicz, P/O Bronislaw
Skibinski, F/O Stefan Janus, F/Lt Franciszek Witakowski (ferry pilot), F/O Erwin Kawnik, P/O Jerzy Wolski, F/Lt Vivian Snell and P/O
Wladyslaw Grudzinski. SEATED: S/Ldr Brenus Morris (British unit CO), unknown, Mrs. Elizabeth Norton-Griffith, the squadron's
Godmother, unknown, S/Ldr Jerzy Orzechowski. FRONT ROW: F/Lt Witalis Nikonow, P/O Feliks Szyszka, P/O Stanislaw Wandzilak, P/O
Tadeusz Hojden, P/O Wladyslaw Chciuk, F/O Janusz Zbyszynski (IO) and P/O Wladyslaw Bozek.
302 Squadron Sgt Edward Janiszewski
302 Squadron Pilots at Northolt, October 1940. From left: T. Czerwinski; B.
Bernas; M. Neyder; unrecognized; W. Gnys; unknown British; N. Nestorowicz;
W. Kaminski; M. Wedzik; R. Narucki; S. Lapka; A. Lysek and S. Markiewicz.
Updated: March 10,, 2018