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Dominik 16th April 2014 11:11

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
Just a quick question. Are there RAF Wings ORBs available online? Been looking for No 244 Wing but haven't found anything.

Cheers!

Dominik

JANJAN 20th March 2015 15:24

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
Hi!
Just want to inform you that the link leading to Polish Air Force ORBs is no longer available and should now read as follows:
https://web.archive.org/web/20100719...b.polishaf.pl/

JohnE 11th April 2015 20:23

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
RAF Davidstow Moor:

http://www.rafdavidstowmoor.org/oper.../introduction/

Fred Wilson 20th September 2015 13:00

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
No. 196 Squadron Form 540: (Daily Summary) March 1st 1944 to 16th August 1945
http://flyingpigsteve.webs.com/sorties.htm

JohnE 29th October 2015 11:50

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
RCAF ORB's:

http://heritage.canadiana.ca/view/oo...c_mikan_135766

paulmcmillan 29th October 2015 13:45

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
John

Great Find but is there any index for these Canadian ORBS thanks paul

DavidIsby 29th October 2015 14:03

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9q6lg7r6o...0_13.xlsx?dl=0

paulmcmillan 29th October 2015 15:14

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
David

Very Helpful
Thanks


Paul

Tom Semenza 1st November 2015 02:26

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
Great asset! Thanks, JohnE. Unfortunately the index link that David Isby gave has too many gaps to be very useful. Here is my index for the 400 series fighter, fighter-bomber and fighter-recon squadrons (sorry bomber boys) during WW2. The "image no." is the starting point of each unit's documents. Any corrections are welcomed.

Reel ID (Image No.) Sqn.
C-12263 (10) 400
C-12264 (10) 400
C-12264 (1601) 401
C-12265 (10) 401
C-12266 (11) 401
C-12266 (762) 402
C-12267 (11) 402
C-12268 (10) 403
C-12269 (11) 403
C-12272 (699) 406
C-12273 (8) 406
C-12276 (1201) 409
C-12277 (6) 409
C-12277 (465) 410
C-12278 (6) 410
C-12278 (1284) 411
C12279 (7) 411
C12279 (515) 412
C-12281 (7) 412
C-12284 (11) 414
C-12287 (7) 416
C-12288 (8) 416
C-12288 (619) 417
C-12289 (7) 417
C-12290 (11) 418
C-12294 (1330) 421
C-12295 (2) 421
C-12304 (675) 430
C-12305 (9) 430
C-12317 (10) 438
C-12317 (1758) 439
C-12318 (10) 439
C-12318 (731) 440
C-12319 (10) 441
C-12319 (1235) 442
C-12320 (11) 442
C-12320 (1192) 443

Cheers,
Tom

Fred Wilson 5th November 2015 12:17

Re: RAF and RAAF ORBs available on the Web (new version)
 
RAF 211 Squadron Operations Record Books 1937 through to 1943:
http://www.211squadron.org/squadron_records.html


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