High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles No. 92 Squadron, also
known as No 92 (East India) Squadron, of the Royal Air Force was
formed as part of the Royal Flying Corps at London Colney as a
fighter squadron on 1 September 1917. It deployed to France in July
1918 and saw action for just four months, until the end of the war.
During the conflict it flew both air superiority and direct ground
support missions. It was disbanded at Eil on 7 August 1919.
Reformed on 10 October 1939, the unit was supposed to be equipped
with medium bombers but in the spring of 1940 it became one of the
first RAF units to receive the Supermarine Spitfire.
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