No 133 Eagle Squadron RAF in September 1942
Every aviation disaster is caused by a series of minute mistakes and unfortunate circumstances. What happened to No 133 Eagle Squadron RAF in September 1942 is no exception. It’s become known as the Morlaix disaster.
An entire squadron of 11 Spitfire Mk IXs, then the most advanced British fighter, were shot down while flying low over the most heavily defended city in France. What happened and who was to blame? This is the subject of today’s video.
Credit to : Caliban Rising – Aviation History