No. 451 Squadron RAAF - Squadron Bases

Squadron Bases

Bases and airfields used by no. 451 Squadron RAAF, data from
From To Base Remark
25 February 1941 8 April 1941 Bankstown, New South Wales
8 April 1941 5 May 1941 en route to Middle East
5 May 1941 12 May 1941 RAF Kasfareet, Egypt
12 May 1941 1 July 1941 RAF Aboukir, Egypt
1 July 1941 10 October 1941 Qasaba, Egypt Dets. at LG.75, Egypt and LG.90, Egypt
10 October 1941 24 November 1941 LG.75, Egypt Dets. at LG.131, Egypt; LG.132, Egypt
and LG.148/Sidi Azeiz Airfield, Egypt
24 November 1941 25 November 1941 LG.132, Egypt
25 November 1941 29 November 1941 LG.75, Egypt Det. at LG.128, Egypt
29 November 1941 9 December 1941 LG.128, Egypt
9 December 1941 18 December 1941 LG145/146/El Gubbi, Libya
18 December 1941 24 December LG.131, Egypt
24 December 1941 27 January 1942 LG.148/Sidi Azeiz Airfield, Egypt
27 January 1942 16 February 1942 RAF Heliopolis, Egypt
16 February 1942 15 Augustus 1942 Rayak Airfield, Lebanon Dets. at RAF Nicosia, Cyprus; Lakatamia Airfield, Cyprus;
RAF Gaza, Palestine and RAF El Bassa, Palestine
15 August 1942 18 September 1942 Estabel, Lebanon Dets. at Lakatamia Airfield, Cyprus; RAF Gaza, Palestine
and RAF El Bassa, Palestine
18 September 1942 14 October 1942 RAF El Bassa, Palestine Dets. at Lakatamia Airfield, Cyprus and RAF Gaza, Palestine
14 October 1942 14 November 1942 Estabel, Lebanon Dets. at Lakatamia Airfield, Cyprus and RAF Gaza, Palestine
14 November 1942 1 January 1943 RAF St Jean, Palestine Det. at Lakatamia Airfield, Cyprus
1 January 1943 8 February 1943 LG.08/Mersah Matruh, Egypt
8 February 1943 27 August 1943 RAF Idku, Egypt
27 August 1943 4 February 1944 LG.106, Egypt Dets. at RAF Almaza, Egypt and LG.08/Mersah Matruh, Egypt
4 February 1944 18 April 1944 El Gamil Airfield, Egypt Det. at RAF Almaza, Egypt
18 April 1944 23 May 1944 Poretta Airfield, Corsica, France
23 May 1944 8 July 1944 Serragia Airfield, Corsica, France
8 July 1944 25 August 1944 Calvi-St Catherine Airfield, Corsica, France
25 August 1944 23 October 1944 Y.13/Cuers-Pierrefeu, France
23 October 1944 November 1944 Gragnano Airfield, Italy
November 1944 30 November 1944 en route to the UK arrival at Liverpool, Merseyside
2 December 1944 11 February 1945 RAF Hawkinge, Kent
11 February 1945 23 February 1945 RAF Manston, Kent
23 February 1945 24 February 1945 RAF Matlaske, Norfolk
24 February 1945 22 March 1945 RAF Swannington, Norfolk
22 March 1945 6 April 1945 RAF Matlaske, Norfolk
6 April 1945 3 May 1945 RAF Lympne, Kent
3 May 1945 17 May 1945 RAF Hawkinge, Kent
17 May 1945 12 June 1945 RAF Skeabrae, Orkney Islands, Scotland
12 June 1945 14 September 1945 RAF Lasham, Hampshire
14 September 1945 27 September 1945 B.152/Fassberg, Germany
27 September 1945 28 November 1945 B.116/Wunstorf, Germany
28 November 1945 30 December 1945 RAF Gatow, Germany
30 December 1945 21 January 1946 B.116/Wunstorf, Germany

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