103 Squadron RAF
103 Squadron RAF 1918 cont'd
After the Armistice the Squadron remained at Ronchin and was able to relax. Officers and men took the opportunity to visit other units and some of the places that they had been targeting.
Major Nethersole DSO (centre), Co of 103 Sqn, visiting Nivelles airfield (Nos 22 and 62 Sqns). Other officers believed to be Lt.s Wilson and Bennett. They are seen here in front of a Fokker DVII. Photograph from the Frederick Wood collection © David Lovell
AMII Frederick Wood (left) in front of a Bristol F2B fighter possibly visiting from 88 Sqn (80 Wing). Photograph from the Frederick Wood collection © David Lovell
Click here for a list of squadron personnel.
Click here for a list of No 103 Sqn claims and losses in 1918
Click here for 103 Squadron award citations.
The Officers and men of No 103 Squadron photographed in early 1919 at their base at Ronchin. (Photo courtesy of the David Fell collection)