41st Tactical Squadron

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41st Tactical Squadron
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41.ELT coat of arms
Active 1952 - present
Country  Poland
Allegiance Polish Air Force
Type Tactical Squadron
Role Providing Air Superiority
Base: 22nd Air Base
Engagements Baltic Air Policing
Squadron Leader cpt. pil. Krzysztof Stobiecki
Aircraft flown
Fighter MiG-29B, MiG-29UB

41st Tactical Squadron (known as 41.ELT - 41 Eskadra Lotnictwa Taktycznego in Poland) is a fighter squadron of Polish Air Force established in 2001 in Malbork, Poland. Squadron is stationed in 22nd Air Base. The squadron operates Mikoyan MiG-29 jet fighters acquired from the German Luftwaffe. Previously these aircraft served with Jagdgeschwader 73 stationed at Rostock-Laage Airport. From 1952 to 2001 unit was known as "41. Pułk Lotnictwa Myśliwskiego"