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July 1943 - July 1945
 

Formation and work-up

No.1833 squadron officially formed in the United States at US Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode island, on July 15th 1943 as a single seater fighter squadron under the command of Lt. Cdr (A) HA Monk DSM & Bar RN. Initial equipment was 10 Corsair Is. After familiarisation with the aircraft and equipment the squadron began training in earnest to prepare for active service.

 

 

 

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Content revised: 18 November 2016

 

Sources used in compiling this account:

Sturtivant, R. & Burrows, M. (1995)'Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945' Tonbridge Wells, Air Britain (Historians)

Sturtivant, R & Balance, T., (1994)'Squadrons of the Fleet Air Arm' Tonbridge Wells, Air Britain (Historians)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motto: In caelo regimus

(We rule the skies)

 

 

 

Battle Honours

 

Sabang 1944

Palembang 1945

Okinawa 1945

 

Aircraft Types

 

Corsair Mk. I Jul -Sep 1943

Corsair Mk. II Jul 43-May 45

 

 

Commanding Officers

 

Lt. Cdr (A) H.A. Monk DSM & Bar RN 15 Jul 1943

Lt. Cdr (A) N.S. Hanson DSC RNVR 20 Mar 1944

Squadron disbanded 28 Jul 1945

 

 

Aircrew and Squadron Personnel

 

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 © 2016 Tony Drury www.royalnavyresearcharchive.org.uk


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