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THE VERY FIRST SQUADRON 303 COMBAT REPORT

August 30th, 1940, as the Battle of Britain rages, Flying Officer Ludwik Paszkiewicz conducts a training flight supervised by Squadron Leader Ronald G. Kellet. Suddenly Paszkiewicz sees a formation of German planes heading for London. Braving the instructions specific to training flights, he decides to attack them. Despite the efforts of Squadron Leader Ronald G. Kellet ordering him to return to base Paszkiewicz starts the fight 

and hits a Messerschmitt Bf 110. As mentioned in the combat report exhumed from the archives of the Royal Air Force by the founders of the brand Squadron 303 Vodka, this is the first victory of a pilot from Squadron 303. The squadron will officially become operational the next day, August 31st, 1940 during which Squadron 303 will shoot down 6 more enemy planes.

Ludwik Paszkiewicz

Original Combat report

Drawing by Lucio Perinotto

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