No. 283 Squadron RAF
No. 283 Squadron was an air-sea rescue squadron that served overseas. It was formed in North Africa, and spent the entire war providing cover.
No 283 Squadron began to form on 11 February 1943 at the Algiers seaplane station, where the early arrivals found two hangars and a slipway available.
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