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Formed: 03 June 1916 at Bistol
Mobilized: March 1917
Disbanded: 25 October 1919
Insignia:  
Aces: 20  
Victories: 250+ Claimed
  Confirmed
Losses:   Killed in Action (KIA)
  Killed in Flying Accident (KIFA)
  Wounded in Action (WIA)
  Prisoners of War (POW)
 
66 Squadron was formed at Bristol on 3 June 1916 and was posted to France in March 1917. Returning to England, the unit served on Home Defence before it was reassigned to Italy in November 1917.
 
Aces Aircraft COs Aerodromes
1 Canada William Barker 16
2 Wales Peter Carpenter 16
3 England Harry Goode 15
4 England Francis Symondson 13
5 Canada Gerald Birks 12
6 England Charles Maud 11
7 England Gordon Apps 10
8 Canada Hilliard Bell 10
9 England Christopher McEvoy 9
10 England Harold Eycott-Martin 8
11 Canada William MacDonald 8
12 England Alan Jerrard 7
13 England Augustus Paget 6
14 Scotland John Andrews 5
15 USA Harold Boysen 5
16 Canada William Hilborn 5
17 England Thomas Hunter 5
18 Scotland James Lennox 5
19 England Walbanke Pritt 5
20 Australia Patrick Gordon Taylor 5
1 Sopwith Pup
2 Sopwith Camel
1 Capt. Henry Stewart Walker
02 Jul 1916 - 23 Oct 1916
2 Maj. Reginald George Douglas Small
24 Oct 1916 - 18 Jan 1917
3 Maj. Owen Tudor Boyd
19 Jan 1917 - 22 Jun 1917
4 Maj. George L.P. Henderson
23 Jun 1917 - 15 Oct 1917
5 Maj. William Robert Gregory
16 Oct 1917 - 23 Jan 1918
6 Capt. John Maxwell Warnock
23 Jan 1918 - 05 Feb 1918
7 Maj. John T.P. Whittaker
Feb 1918 - 01 Nov 1918
8 Maj. Albert Leslie Neale
02 Nov 1918 - Feb 1919
9 Capt. Harry Goode
Feb 1919 - 21 Apr 1919
1 St. Omer
2 Vert Galand
3 Liettres
4 Calais
5 Hornchurch
6 Estrée-Blanche
 
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