KIA, Sept 1943
S Ldr. Dobrinski, 1945
Col. Merian C. Cooper, at center
L-R: F/O Jenik, F/O Majewski, P/O Bartowiak, F/Sgt. Gorzenski.
L-R: S/Ldr Jan Zumbach (left), W/Cdr Stefan Witorzenc and F/Lt Zygmunt Bienkowski.
303 Squadron (from left): J. Radomski; unknown; J. Zumbach; B. Grzeszczak; T. Sawicz; W. Lokuciewski; B.
Mierzwa; Z. Henneberg; J. Kent; E. Szaposznikow; M. Pisarek; M. Wojciechowski; M. Feric; M. Belc; S. Karubin;
unknown, unknown, S. Brzeski; J. Daszewski; K. Wünsche; J. Kania and J. Rogowski.
Tangmere-West Hampnet, September 1940.
Polish pilots of 303 Squadron ready to enter battle. In the
center is Zdzislaw Henneberg. On his left Kazimierz
Dzaszewski. Both killed in action later on.
Polish pilots of 308 Squadron pose next to piece of one of the 13 FW190 they
shot down over Ghent on January 1st, 1945. L to R: F/O Szlenkier, Sgt
Breyner, Sgt Główczewski, Sgt Kaniok, F/Sgt Stanowski and F/Sgt Soszyński.
Picture courtesy of Wojciech Zmyslony.
RAF Northolt, September 1942. Polish 306 Squadcron L- R Sgt Zygmunt Rozworski, Sgt Witold Krupa,
Sgt Lurzynski, Sgt Jan Gajewski, P/O Leon Kosmowski, visiting priest from USA, F/O Andrzej Sendorek,
F/O Jan Kurowski, F/O Grzegorz Sologub, Chaplin Walenty Nowacki, Sgt Arkadiusz Bondarczuk, F/O Jozef
Gil, F/O Jozef Zulikowski. Back row: F/Sgt Jan Smigielski, ?, P/O Jozef Jeka (behind him visible head of
Jerzy Polak) and P/O Wladyslaw Potocki.
President of Poland, Wladyslaw Raczkiewicz visiting Squadron 307 on
November 11, 1941.
Polish 300 Squadron crew of the Fairey Battle BH-I -
Sgt Albin Socha (left), Sgt Henryk Kudelko and Sgt.
Polish pilots from 306 Squadron: Two Wladyslaws, Sliwinski and Potocki.
Sliwinski was executed by the Polish Communist government after his
return to Poland in 1946
POLISH AIR FORCE
Updated: March 10,, 2018