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Provides reservist personnel to work in support of RAF and Permanent Joint Headquarters (PJHQ) worldwide.
More than 600
1925 - Formed at RAF Northolt in the bombing role, but was re-designated a fighter squadron in 1934.
1939-1945 - A night fighter unit flying in England, North Africa and Southern Europe.
1946-1957 - The squadron re-formed in the UK flying Spitfires, and then Gloster Meteors.
1999 - Reformed to support Permanent Joint Headquarters
France and Low Countries, 1940*
Battle of Britain, 1940*
Home defence, 1940–42*
North Africa, 1942–43*
Anzio & Nettuno*
Intelligence analysts use state-of-the-art technologies to gather and interpret information, providing vital intelligence to support military forces deployed around the world.
Registered Nurses, Mental Health, work as community mental health nurses, operating in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver community mental health service to service personnel.
The role of Personnel Support Officer is diverse and covers a wide range of specialisations such as HR, Accounts & Personnel management.
RAF Medics provide essential medical support to personnel, responding to medical emergencies in the UK, whilst on operations and also on exercises.
Physical Training Instructors lead fitness and training programmes that keep RAF personnel in top shape.
Intelligence Officers obtain, analyse and present defence intelligence from a variety of sources to support operations in both peace and war time.
Pharmacy Technicians handle medication, and provide pharmaceutical advice and support to RAF Medical Services.
As a Nursing Officer in the RAF, you'll be both a commissioned officer and a nurse, showing leadership skills as well as providing excellent standards of nursing.
RAF Legal Officers are qualified solicitors and barristers who advise our personnel and organisation on a wide variety of legal challenges.
Nurturing our most important assets is a top priority. Working alongside a range of external bodies you'll ensure the development of RAF personnel.
Flight Operations Managers plan aircraft tasks and manage Flight Operations teams providing a link between the operations rooms and the aircrew.
Set up, maintain and operate the equipment behind all RAF operations, from airfield radars to local area networks.
Flight Operation Assistants provide aircrews and air traffic controllers with the information to plan and execute missions safely.
RAF Dental Nurses work alongside our dentists and dental hygienists, providing key support and ensuring patients receive the highest level of treatment.
Dental Officers provide a complete range of dental care treatments to keep all RAF personnel smiling, whether they're recruits on basic training or fast jet pilots
600 Squadron, RAF Northolt West End Road, Ruislip, Middlesex HA4 6NG
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For recruitment enquiries, please phone: 0345 606 9069
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