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It moved to the RAF Regiment Depot in 1942 and converted to the Light Anti Aircraft role in May 1943, later moving to Kenley.It moved to Tangmere in 1944 and by June 1944 was at Bolt Head, where it took part in anti-Diver operations.
It moved to Oakington in 1943 and converted to the Light Anti Aircraft role in May 1943. When his ammunition was expended he took over another gun and forward to a position from which he could cover the withdrawal of the flights.
It moved to the RAF Regiment Depot in 1942 and North Coates in 1943.
The squadron converted to the Light Anti Aircraft role in May 1943 and disbanded in July 1944.
It moved north to Wick on 1 March 1944 and provided a detachment at Skitten before moving to Detling on 1 August 1944 and then Westhampnett on 4 October.
These moves were to allow it to take part in anti-Diver (V-1) operations.
Citation for the award of the Military Medal 1408185 Sergeant Norman Phillip GERRISH, R. His courage, determination and leadership were instrumental in holding two companies of the Japanese and for their ultimate defeat, during which 20 of the enemy were killed.
This airman set a magnificent example in the face of strong opposition.
It was transferred to ACSEA in October 1944 serving at Agartala and later Meiktila, Toungoo, Calcutta and Hong Kong, disbanding in May 1946. His fire was so effective that all personnel were able to cross open ground and reach cover.
Members of the squadron were awarded one MM (see below) and one Mention in Despatches. Only then did Sergeant Gerrish make his way across the airstrip in full view of the enemy.
Formed as No 706 Squadron at Andreas on 19 December 1941, having been unnumbered from the previous April.
It moved to the RAF Depot in 1942 and Hemswell in 1943, where it converted to the Light Anti Aircraft role in May 1943.
The squadron was disbanded by being renumbered No 2 Squadron on 25 February 1947 at Ramlah.