467 Postblog LIX: Wednesday 19 April, 1944

Nothing doing today – 467 Squadron Operational Record Book, 19 April 1944

Which summed it up, really. Nothing of any note whatsoever occurred at Waddington on Wednesday. Some 463 Squadron crews took part in some fighter affiliation exercises in the afternoon but apart from that there was no flying. No other Bomber Command units operated tonight either – even the leaflet-droppers got the night off.

This post is part of a series called 467 Postblog, posted in real time to mark the 70th anniversary of the crew of B for Baker while they were on operational service with 467 Squadron at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire. See this link for an in-depth explanation of the series, and this one for full citations of sources used throughout it. © 2014 Adam Purcell

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