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No. 692 Squadron RAF

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  1. a bomber squadron of the Royal Air Force during the Second World War

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  2. The squadron was formed on 1 January 1944 at RAF Graveley, equipped with Mosquito IV bombers, as part of the Light Night Striking Force of No. 8 Group RAF in Bomber Command

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  3. The squadron motto was Polus Dum Sidera Pascet (So long as the sky shall feed the stars)

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  4. requipped with the Mosquito XVI bombers in March

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  5. the first squadron to carry 4,000lb bombs in Mosquitoes and also carried out minelaying operations

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