The Association

No. 46 Squadron was a squadron of both the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Air Force. It was formed in 1916, and has been disbanded and re-formed four times before its last disbandment in 1975.† It served in both World War 1 and World War 2

The Squadron's Association is unique in its having held annual Reunion Dinners continuously since 1918. The 94th Reunion will be held in Wolfson College Oxford on Saturday 4 June 2011.

The website is designed primarily for Association members but we recognise that our history and heritage are of interest to many other people and we therefore try to maintain as accurate and interesting an history content as possible. If you have any additional information or pictures you think would be of interest, then please let the Secretary know at dougiebarr (@) Equally if you spot any mistakes or inaccuracies please let him know.

The Association has a PDF version† of the official Squadron Operational Record Book from its formation until 31 December 1943. It is a large document and only a few pages have been included in this version of the website. Later versions will include† more extracts from the† ORB. Our thanks go to Mark Andrew of the Battle of Britain Historical Society for his diligent work in transcribing the Norway and Battle of Britain section of the ORB into a much more readable text version which is included in our site. Markís brother was killed in action while serving on 46 Squadron.†

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Welcome to the website of

No 46 Squadron Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force and its Association.


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Updated: 8 March 2011


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