Whatsoever you may do, do
In front of a demi-Pegasus, a fasces, approved by HM King Edward VIII in October 1936. The demi-Pegasus represents the white horse on the downs near Yatesbury - the Squadron's first operational base - while the fasces commemorates service in Italy during the first World War.
- Based at RAF Benson, home to the RAF's Puma Force
- Operated the RAF's first Merlin HC3 aircraft
- Aircraft flown have included the Camel, Hurricane II, Whirlwind HAR10 and Wessex HC2
- Supported operations in Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan
1915 - Formed at Gosport.
1997 - The last RAF unit to leave Hong Kong.
2003 - First Merlin operational detachment to Bosnia.
2015 - Re-formed as the Support Helicopter Operational Conversion Unit.