Got some website feedback? Tell us
Got feedback to help us improve our website?
Training the RAF's support helicopter crews.
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.
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.
Italian Front and Adriatic 1917-1918*
North-West Frontier 1939*
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
Please contact the home station Media Communications team for more information or to contact the Squadron
Using Internet Explorer 8? Please switch to using Chrome if you can.