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Providing training to pilots and rear crew.
Through difficulties I arise
A winged camel - approved by King Edward VIII in October 1936. The badge commemorates the aircraft used for a large part of World War I, and the Squadron's long association with the Middle East.
1916 - Formed at Gosport.
1940 - Re-equipped with Bristol Blenheims in the light bomber role in North Africa.
1948 - Took part in operations in Malaya operating from Singapore.
1984 - Became the Tornado Weapons Conversion Unit at RAF Honington.
1991 - Took part in Operation GRANBY.
1992 - Became the Multi-Engine training squadron flying the Jetstream T.1.
RAF College Cranwell
Western Front 1916-1917*
Italian Front and Adriatic 1917-1918
Independent Force and Germany 1918*
Egypt and Libya 1940-1942*
East Africa 1940*
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
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