Operation Habo

'Habo' was the British overall designation of night air patrols along the English Channel, in the area between Boulogne and Cherbourg in German-occupied northern France, by aircraft of Air Chief Marshal Sir Philip de la Ferté's RAF Coastal Command (1941/42).

The patrols were designed to locate and report German nocturnal ship movements, and were an intrinsic part of 'Fuller'.