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RAF Medical Reserves provides a full range of medical and supporting personnel.
We stand guard by vigilance
1938 – Formed at RAF Dyce (Aberdeen) in the Coastal Patrol role.
1941-43 – Fought in the battle of the Atlantic operating from various bases including Iceland.
1946 – Re-roled as part of Fighter Command flying Spitfires.
1951 – Became the first RAuxAF unit to fly the Vampire jet fighter which it retained until its disbandment in 1957.
1999 – Reformed as a RAuxAF Medical Reserve Unit.
2003 – Deployed to Iraq as an Aeromedical Surgical Support Unit.
612 Squadron does not have any Battle Honours at this time.
RAF Dental Nurses work alongside our dentists and dental hygienists, providing key support and ensuring patients receive the highest level of treatment.
Pharmacy Technicians handle medication, and provide pharmaceutical advice and support to RAF Medical Services.
Medical Support Officer (Physiotherapists) help in keeping our personnel fit and medically prepared for demanding operational roles.
Medical Support Officers provide operational, managerial and administrative support for RAF and defence medical services on base and beyond.
RAF Medics provide essential medical support to personnel, responding to medical emergencies in the UK, whilst on operations and also on exercises.
Registered Nurses, Mental Health, work as community mental health nurses, operating in multi-disciplinary teams to deliver community mental health service to service personnel.
Maintain and develop your skills as a military nurse in order to provide the highest possible levels of nursing care in peacetime and on operations.
612 Sqn RAF Medical Reserves, Leuchars Station, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 0UL
Phone: 01334 857974
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