624 Squadron

This site is dedicate to my Father A/G Sgt. Anthony (Tony) Stone and to all the other pilots and crew who flew with Flight 1575 and later 624 Squadron based in Blida North Africa 1943/44.

Please follow this link to the picture gallery of the visit to Pic du Douley in Summer 2004 by veterans from 624 Squadron

Fl/Sgt. A.B.Stone RAFVR

Awards:1939/45 Star, Italy Star, Defense Medal

Croix de Guerre with Ruby Star

Because of the nature of the operations carried out by this squadron, there is precious little information about it. Also the crew did not mix much so little information was pooled or shared. My Father recently asked if I could search the Internet to find out what (if any) information about his squadron was available and if possible to find out where he exactly flew on operations, only the navigator knew the exact locations of the drop zone. We are pleasantly surprised to find quite a few excellent sites that give an insight into the workings of 624 Squadron. (See Links)

The pages here are made form information my father has given me, I hope you find it of interest. We would also like to hear form others who may remember my Father who is alive and well, living in Tunbridge Wells.

The Crew - 624 Squadron 17th April 1944

A/G Les Richards - A/G Tony Stone - Nav. Jim Cook - B/A Dug Williams

Eng. Earney Bethell - Bill Kendell (Pilot) - A/G Percy Parker


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