II (AC) Squadron
Welcome to Number II (Army Cooperation) Squadron
The oldest fixed-wing flying squadron in the world. Since its formation in 1912, the Squadron has lived-up to its informal motto of 'Second to None'. Its many achievements include the first use of airborne cameras in 1914, the award of the first air Victoria Cross in 1915 and the first pictures of the D-Day landings in 1944. Today the Squadron remains a key part of the RAF's front-line, maintaining the capability to conduct reconnaissance and attack operations where ever and when ever required.
Officer Commanding II (AC) Squadron
WING COMMANDER J HOLMES MA RAF
OFFICER COMMANDING NO. II (ARMY COOPERATION) SQUADRON