Talk:No. 152 Squadron RAF

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Alleged USAF incident[edit]

Citation: Statement made by First Lieutenant Thomas H Gordon AO 2234749 514th Fighter Interceptor Squadron USAF dated 5th October 1954. Statement made by Pilot Officer Colin Murry Henderson 2564498 A Flight No 152 Squadron Royal Air Force Wattisham. Certified as true copy by Major Henry L Meadows Jr USAF Wing Flying Safety Officer.

Citation and text pulled while facts re-checked, re-posted and citation expanded. Dogberry. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Flying Officer Dogberry (talkcontribs) between 10:00, 14 February 2007 & 21:50, 14 February 2007

This bears all the hallmarks of original research, and is therefore unacceptable for inclusion on Wikipedia. Citing what seem to be unpublished documents - with no proof that they even exist - doesn't count. If no published source for this alleged incident can be produced, it should be deleted. Nick Cooper 20:47, 24 March 2007 (UTC)
These documents are fact. A simple check with the USAF and RAF, stating the incident, the officers names rank and serial numbers provided, and the dates and sources of the documents, which are held in USAF archives. Note my findings did not state the RAF Meteor had been fired upon by the USAF, someone else has added that, they should remove the heading. Witnesses on the ground do confirm that Smiths Sabre was armed, as the aircraft could not be approach due to exploding ammunition, I have no proof Smith fired at the Meteor.
Dogberry
Whatever you are claiming, it is obviously original research and consequently cannot be included on Wikipedia. I am therefore removing it until you can cite a reputable published and verifiable source for the information. Nick Cooper 00:52, 26 March 2007 (UTC)
Are you blind, the stated documents clearly state names, paragraphs and documents sourced. Im not at all happy with your high handed attitude, you should read the wiki notes on new comers and how we are to be treated. I am not your boy, dont treat me like it.
Dogberry
I would suggest that you need to read Wikipedia:No original research very carefully. What you have posted bears all the hallmarks of original research, and all you have cited are self-evidently unpublished documents, neither of which are allowed on Wikipedia. If you can find a published account of this event, either in print or on a reputable website, you can use that as a basis for a precis here. Nick Cooper 14:47, 27 March 2007 (UTC)

Formation dates[edit]

Also need clarification as to when disbanded and reformed. 217.7.209.108 15:00, 9 March 2007 (UTC)