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Provides trained reservists prepared to deploy within the UK and overseas in support of RAF operations.
Beware the crossed lion
1925 - Formed at Renfrew.
1933 – Performed the first flight over Mount Everest.
1939 – Credited with shooting down the first enemy aircraft over the UK during the Second World War
1957 – Disbanded as a flying Squadron.
2006 – Reformed in Glasgow. Currently operating as a General Support Squadron.
Home Defence 1940 -1945*
Battle of Britain 1940*
Fortress Europe 1940 -1944*
Channel and North Sea 1940-1943*
France and Germany 1944-1945*
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
Flight Operations Managers plan aircraft tasks and manage Flight Operations teams providing a link between the operations rooms and the aircrew.
Photographers play a range of roles in the RAF, capturing everything from aerial reconnaissance images to public relations portraits.
Media Operations Airmen are the voice of the RAF. They support media operations officers and HQ Air Command with the delivery of national and international communications campaigns to make sure the RAF's stories are communicated correctly and fairly.
Intelligence analysts use state-of-the-art technologies to gather and interpret information, providing vital intelligence to support military forces deployed around the world.
Intelligence Officers obtain, analyse and present defence intelligence from a variety of sources to support operations in both peace and war time.
Flight Operation Assistants provide aircrews and air traffic controllers with the information to plan and execute missions safely.
602 (City of Glasgow) Sqn RAuxAF, 155 Carmunnock Rd, Kings Park, Glasgow G44 5SS.
For recruitment enquiries, please phone: 0345 606 9069
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