INDEX OF NAVAL AIR SQUADRONS
Corsair I JT150 "5F" of 1835 sqdns at NAS Brunswick, October 1943
Profile created by Nigel Eastmond.
Corsair JT168 coded 5K of 1835 sqdn, Brunswick 1943
In December 1944 the squadron reformed at Brunswick equipped with 18
Corsair IVs, and later embarked without the aircraft to the UK.
The squadron re-equipped at Eglington. Subsequently the squadron was intended for the 17th Carrier Air Group in the British Pacific Fleet, but was still at Nutts Corner at VJ-Day.
None in WWII
Commanding Officers and Squadron Personnel
- L/C(A) MS Godson, RN Aug 1943-Nov 1943
- L/C(A) TJA King-Joyce, RN Dec 1944-Sept 1945
Aircraft Corsair I Aug 1943-Nov 1943 Corsair II Oct 1943-Nov 1943 Corsair IV Dec 1944-March 1945 Widgeon 1 Dec 1944-Feb 1945 Corsair III April 1945-June 1945 Corsair IV June 1945-Aug 1945 Ships and Squadron bases
To be listed
The Squadron Today
Link to current Fleet Air Arm squadron information
Associations and Reunions
1832, 1834, 1835, 1836 squadrons. Contact details via FAAOA
FURTHER INFORMATION World Aircraft Carrier Lists and Photo Gallery - from 1913 to 2000. Naval History Information Center, Haze Gray & Underway American based World Aircraft Carrier Lists & Photo Gallery - one of the definitive online sources for British and world aircraft carrier & seaplane tender data, histories and images - over 1000 photos. Sturtivant, R & Ballance, T (1994). 'The Squadrons of the Fleet Air Arm' Published by Air Britain (Historians) Ltd, 1994 ISBN: 0 85130 223 8 Robert Horsten's FAA