Pursuit Brigade

Pursuit Brigade

The Pursuit Brigade ( _pl. Brygada Pościgowa) was a Polish World War II unit of the Polish Air Force. It took part in the Polish Defensive War of 1939 as the main aerial reserve of the commander in chief and was used for air cover of the Polish capital. It was similar in shape to the Bomber Brigade. It was composed of two squadrons, each in turn composed of a number of escadrilles.

* Polish 1st Fighter Squadron of the 3rd Air Regiment ("III/1. Dywizjon Myśliwski")
** Polish 111th Fighter Escadrille ("111 Eskadra Myśliwska")
** Polish 112th Fighter Escadrille ("112 Eskadra Myśliwska")
* Polish 1st Fighter Squadron of the 4th Air Regiment ("IV/1 Dywizjon Myśliwski")
** Polish 113th Fighter Escadrille ("113 Eskadra Myśliwska")
** Polish 114th Fighter Escadrille ("114 Eskadra Myśliwska")
** Polish 123rd Fighter Escadrille ("123 Eskadra Myśliwska")


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