No. 600 Squadron RAF - Squadron Bases

Squadron Bases

Bases and airfields used by no. 600 Squadron RAF, data from
From To Base Remark
14 October 1925 18 January 1927 RAF Northolt, Middlesex
18 January 1927 1 October 1938 RAF Hendon, Middlesex
1 October 1938 3 October 1938 RAF Kenley, Surrey
3 October 1938 25 August 1939 RAF Hendon, Middlesex
25 August 1939 2 October 1939 RAF Northolt, Middlesex
2 October 1939 16 October 1939 RAF Hornchurch, Essex Det. at RAF Manston, Kent
16 October 1939 20 October 1939 RAF Rochford, Essex
20 October 1939 27 December 1939 RAF Hornchurch, Essex
27 December 1939 16 May 1940 RAF Manston, Kent
16 May 1940 20 June 1940 RAF Northolt, Middlesex
20 June 1940 22 August 1940 RAF Manston, Kent
22 August 1940 12 September 1940 RAF Hornchurch, Essex
12 September 1940 12 October 1940 RAF Redhill, Surrey
12 October 1940 14 March 1941 RAF Catterick, North Yorkshire Dets. at RAF Drem, East Lothian, Scotland; RAF Acklington, Northumberland and RAF Prestwick, Ayrshire
14 March 1941 27 April 1941 RAF Drem, East Lothian, Scotland Det. at RAF Prestwick, Ayrshire
27 April 1941 18 June 1941 RAF Colerne, Wiltshire
18 June 1941 27 June 1941 RAF Fairwood Common, Gower, Wales Det. at RAF Predannack, Cornwall
27 June 1941 6 October 1941 RAF Colerne, Wiltshire Det. at RAF Predannack, Cornwall
6 October 1941 2 September 1942 RAF Predannack, Cornwall
2 September 1942 14 November 1942 RAF Church Fenton, North Yorkshire
14 November 1942 18 November 1942 RAF Portreath, Cornwall
18 November 1942 7 December 1942 RAF Blida, Algeria
7 December 1942 3 January 1943 RAF Maison Blanche, Algeria
3 January 1943 25 June 1943 Setif, Algeria Dets. at Souk-el-Khemis; 'Paddington'. Tunisia; Bone, Tunisia; Tingley, Algeria and Monastir, Tunisia
25 June 1943 26 July 1943 RAF Luqa, Malta
26 July 1943 30 September 1943 Cassibile (Sicily), Italy
30 September 1943 2 February 1944 Montecorvino Airfield, Italy Dets. at Brindisi, Tortorella, Gaudo and Lago, all Italy
2 February 1944 22 March 1944 Marcianise, Italy
22 March 1944 1 April 1944 Pomigliano, Italy
1 April 1944 13 June 1944 Marcianise, Italy
13 June 1944 19 June 1944 La Banca, Italy
19 June 1944 5 July 1944 Voltone, Italy
5 July 1944 29 July 1944 Follonica, Italy
29 July 1944 25 August 1944 Rosignano, Italy Det. at Falconara, Italy
25 August 1944 15 December 1944 Falconara, Italy Dets. at Rosignano, Iesi and Bellaria, all in Italy
15 December 1944 24 May 1945 Cesenatico, Italy
24 May 1945 26 July 1945 Campoformido, Italy
26 July 1945 21 August 1945 Aviano, Italy
10 May 1946 10 March 1957 RAF Biggin Hill

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