78 Squadron RAAF

Kittyhawk Fighters RAAF  WWII

The 78 Squadron Association, is a small society started in Sydney after WWII by active members of the Squadron who were committed to keeping their achievements and memory strong for all eternity.Since that time, the running of the association the " baton" has been handed on  and over the last 15 years, Its been our solemn duty to keep its name and history in the forefront of Australian history. We have had to farewell many mates and friends, there really are no new members of 78 Squadron RAAF. That ended when the Squadron was disbanded on April 1- 1948 .Surviving members, family, relatives and friends are keeping the 78 KittyHawk Fighter Squadron memory perpetual through this association with some small donations and some sales of merchandise, for which we thank you .We Salute the men of the 78 Squadron RAAF thru this website & our participation in the march on Anzac Day in Sydney on April 25.Over the next few pages you will see a selection of images that have been lovingly restored  to bring you the  a small taste of the world

they had to face.... their part of world war II .

If you are able to pledge a small donation to keep our website active,

research and help us  keep the flame burning bright.

We thank you

The Sydney Anzac Day March of 1963

The 50th Anniversary march at Camden Sydney,where it all began

for the men of 78 Squadron .Sqd Leader Grant Walker nearest camera.