No. 9 Squadron, Indian Air Force (Wolfpack) was formed at Lahore on 3 January 1944 under the command of Squadron Leader A. W. Ridler of the Royal Air Force. In April 1944 they were moved to Hathazari in Chittagong to take part in the Burma Campaign.
Ridler handed over the squadron to Kenneth A. Perkin in March 1944 who commanded this squadron until November 1944. Sqn Ldr Dennis A. Adams (1913-1995) then commanded the Squadron from 6 November 1944 to 27 August 1945.
The squadron has converted to Mirage 2000 and is now based at Gwalior under Central Air Command.