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206 squadron crest

Nº 44 Royal Air Force Squadron badge

No. XXIV Squadron Badge

RAF Brize Norton

Number 47 Squadron was formed at Beverley, Yorkshire on 1 March 1916 as a Home Defence squadron equipped with and Some six months later, however, the unit was transferred for duty in Salonika with Allied Forces fighting the Bulgarians in Northern Greece.

El Escuadrón N° 164 de la Real Fuerza Aérea Británica fue un escuadrón de lucha que operó principalmente en los años de la Segunda Guerra mundial, compuesto por pilotos y personal voluntarios de nacionalidad anglo-argentina.

Argentinos derribando nazis en WW2 + yapas

El Escuadrón N° 164 de la Real Fuerza Aérea Británica fue un escuadrón de lucha que operó principalmente en los años de la Segunda Guerra mundial, compuesto por pilotos y personal voluntarios de nacionalidad anglo-argentina.

254 Squadron

With the arrival of Halloween it falls upon me to make the obligatory tenuous link between the festivities and the RAF.

No 56 Squadron RAF Wattisham 1976 - 1979

No 56 Squadron Badge

RAF Benson Badge

RAF Benson Badge

Badge of 311 Czech Bomber Squadron, of which Josef Horák and Josef Střibrny of Lidice were members of.

Remembering the Czechoslovaks who served in the RAF in World War II

#27 Sqn RAF Regt was formed at RAF Yatesbury on 3rd Sep 1951 in the Light Anti-Aircraft role. With its 12 Bofors L60 guns, were almost immediately deployed to the Middle East to Abu Suer in Egypt. Here, on 28th Nov 1951, the Sqn saw its first action when a mobile patrol encountered a number of Egyptians sabotaging cables.The Sqn saw continued service in the Internal Security role in an around Nicosia until, due to the worsening situation in the British colony, it was deployed to Aden in…

#27 Sqn RAF Regt was formed at RAF Yatesbury on 3rd Sep 1951 in the Light Anti-Aircraft role. With its 12 Bofors L60 guns, were almost immediately deployed to the Middle East to Abu Suer in Egypt. Here, on 28th Nov 1951, the Sqn saw its first action when a mobile patrol encountered a number of Egyptians sabotaging cables.The Sqn saw continued service in the Internal Security role in an around Nicosia until, due to the worsening situation in the British colony, it was deployed to Aden in…

No. 201 Squadron of the Royal Air Force, until March 2010, operated the Nimrod MR2, based at RAF Kinloss, Moray. It is the only squadron affiliated with Guernsey, in the Channel Islands. This affiliation started in 1935 and is commemorated in the museum on Castle Cornet. Its history goes even further back than the RAF itself, being formed originally as No. 1 Squadron RNAS on 17 Oct 1914.

201 Squadron of the Royal Air Force, until March operated the Nimrod…

Royal Air Force - 155 Squadron

Royal Air Force - 155 Squadron

#25 Squadron was formed at Montrose in Scotland on 25 September 1915 from the personnel of #6 Reserve Squadron. Moving to France in February 1916, the Squadron took up fighter/reconnaissance patrols over the Western Front with two-seat FE2Bs. During 1917, the Squadron transferred to long-range reconnaissance and high-altitude bombing with newly received DH4s. After moving to Germany as part of the occupation forces,returned to the UK and disbanded in January 1920.

List of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Service [Civil Institution]

Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Service's coat of arms

Squadron 310

Czechoslovak 310 Royal Air Force Squadron logo with Czech Lion

156 Squadron RAF - 8 Group Pathfinder Force

As the 156 squadron motto “We light the way” with the Greek god Prometheus holding a burning flame suggests it was the job of a path finder crew to spearhead this stream of bombers and mark the targets for the other bombers to aim at.

Royal Air Force Station Habbaniya, more commonly known as RAF Habbaniya, (originally RAF Dhibban) was a Royal Air Force station at Habbaniyah, about 55 miles (89 km) west of Baghdad in modern-day Iraq, on the banks of the Euphrates near Lake Habbaniyah. It was operational from October 1936 until the 31 May 1959 when the British were finally withdrawn following the July 1958 Revolution. It remained a major Iraqi military airbase.

RAF Habbaniya, (originally RAF Dhibban) was about 55 miles km) west of Baghdad in modern-day Iraq, on the banks of the Euphrates near Lake Habbaniyah.

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