Although only in existence for 22 months, 630 squadron had earned it's place in in RAF History. They flew a total of 2,453 sorties, dropped a total of 10,347 tons of bombs and laid approx: 800 sea mines in enemy waters.
Seventy members of the squadron won gallantry awards, but at a cost... 59 Lancasters had been lost in action (another 11 had crashed).
The idea for this site was initially brought about following my attempts to find information regarding my father Malcolm Elliot Gregg on the internet. He was a bomb aimer in WWII in Lancaster Bombers and flew with 630 squadron. Unfortunately, my father died when I was young (1973) and I never got the chance to speak to him about his memories/experiences.
This site is the result of my investigations and a desire to create some sort of memorial, to all those who flew with 630 squadron during the war. Please feel free to browse the site. If you have any information that you wish to pass on... feel free.