Although 633 Squadron is a fictional film. The crews of the fighter/bomber squadrons did vital work during the war. I agree hitting trains and jails is not as glamorous as dogfights in the blue skies or bombing factories in Germany, but it as as vital to the war effort to keep troops spread out. Imagine trying to hit a door at 100 ft up, flying at 300 mph and you get some idea. Most of the Mosquitoes were used for interception raids behind the front line or shipping raids, their effort should not be forgotten.
The work of the pilots and crews who flew fighter protection on RAF bomber raids is much underrated, as the raid got the headlines. Unlike our USAAF comrades, RAF bombers had few guns and didn't fly in 'boxes' giving cover fire to other airmen.
There are lots of men and women who never get thanked for their effort, because rescuing downed pilots never made headlines. I had an uncle who flew SAR in Catalinas & Sunderlands during the war.
Other forgotten heroes include the many pilots who flew night fighter missions, the work of what is now called Special Forces -- many groups were informal and never recognised -- such as the LRDG who tracked the Germans in Libya, Orde Wingate and the Chindits in Burma fighting behind Japanese lines.
Many of the resistance groups had to remain incognito and got no thanks. 633 Squadron may be fictional, but the Norwegian Lind was real enough.
The film Mosquito Squadron is fictional too, but based on a real raid Operation Jericho, however, the success and value of Jericho has long been questioned. The French never asked for the raid to be done, no records of the supposed executions of prisoners was found and of the escapees 80% were recaptured within two days.