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Its initial cadre was 13 Officer and 8 NCO pilots and 135 Polish ground staff.

At the outset, serving RAF officers were appointed to serve as CO (S/L RG Kellett) and Flight Commanders (F/L JA Kent and F/L AS Forbes) alongside the Poles, as the Polish pilots were unfamiliar with RAF Fighter Command language, procedures and training.

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Manned by experienced veterans, equipped with a fighter on a technical par with most of its opponents, and expertly backed by the well established RAF command, communication and logistics infrastructure, the squadron was able to become an effective fighting force during the Battle.

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Cooper, that served Poland in the 1919–1921 Polish-Soviet War. 303 was formed in July 1940 in Blackpool, England before deployment to RAF Northolt on 2 August as part of an agreement between the Polish Government in Exile and the United Kingdom.

It had a distinguished combat record and was disbanded in December 1946. 303 (Polish) Squadron was from 2 August 1940 based at RAF Northolt, and became operational on 31 August.

The name chosen by the squadron was in honour of the famous Polish Kosciuszko Squadron which fought during the Polish-Soviet War in 1920. 303 Squadron was also linked to the original Kosciuszko Escadrille through personnel that had served in the squadron.

Later, further air force units from the aforementioned unit were renamed the 7th, 121st and 111th Escadrilles of the Polish Air Force. 303 Squadron was equipped with Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft.