I spread my wings and keep my promise
A winged plate charged with a cross throughout and shoulder pieces of a suit of armour - approved by King George VI in May 1937. The badge represents a crusader in association with the Cross of St George because of the Squadron's close First World War ties with Diospolis, Palestine, the reputed burial place of the Saint, and its location in the Middle East at the time of submission to the Chester Herald.
- Based at RAF Waddington, hub of the intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance fleet
- 14 Squadron helped to defend the Suez Canal and the Holy City of Mecca
- Aircraft flown have included the Wellesley, Mosquito FBVI, Phantom FGR2 and Jaguar
- Operates the Beechcraft Shadow R1 aircraft
1915 - Formed at Shoreham.
1940 - Based at Port Sudan for operations in Africa.
1942 - Primary role turned to torpedo-bombing.
1991 - Took part in Operation GRANBY.
2016 - Reformed with Shadow R1.