Hidden things are revealed
Two keys in saltire - approved by King Edward VIII in November 1936. The badge symbolises the time spent on army co-operation duties, the keys indicating the unlocking of the enemy's secrets, the gold key by day, the black key by night.
- Stationed at RAF Wittering in Cambridgeshire.
- In 1915 it was the first air unit to use wireless technology to report troop movements
- Aircraft flown have included, the Canberra, Buccaneer and Tornado GR1
- Was a Jaguar Operational Conversion Unit until 2005
1915 - Formed at St Omer.
1944 - Flew reconnaissance missions in preparation for D-Day.
1960 - Became a nuclear equipped strike squadron.
2005 - Squadron Disbanded at RAF Coltishall.
2008 - Squadron reformed at RAF Cranwell