Rally round, comrades
A hunting horn stringed - approved by King George VI in December 1936. The horn signified the unit's ability to hunt the enemy.
- Based at RAF Northolt, London
- Former aircraft include the Hurricane I, Canberra B2, Andover, and BAe 125
- The RAF's Command Support Air Transport fleet
1916 - Formed at Netheravon.
1940 - Took part in the Battle of Britain.
1995 - Became the Royal Squadron following amalgamation with The Queen's Flight.
2015 - Gained the AW109 GrandNew aircraft.