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Provides reservists for service in the UK and abroad to enhance the RAF's mission.
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1937 - Formed as an army cooperation squadron.
1939-1945 - Operated in a variety of roles in the UK and the Mediterranean, including bombing, pathfinding and dropping supplies to partisans in the Balkans.
1946-1957 - Re-formed as a fighter unit flying Spitfires and DeHavilland Vampires.
2014 - The Squadron was reformed as part of future reserves 2020 in Cardiff as a General Support Squadron.
North Sea 1940-1941
Dieppe Raid 1942
North Africa 1942-1943
South East Europe 1943-1945
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.
Vehicle and Mechanical Equipment Technicians carry out repairs and adjustments on a range of land-based vehicles and equipment that support aircraft and ground operations.
Nurturing our most important assets is a top priority. Working alongside a range of external bodies you'll ensure the development of RAF personnel.
Photographers play a range of roles in the RAF, capturing everything from aerial reconnaissance images to public relations portraits.
RAF Drivers operate cars, minibuses, cranes and specialist vehicles to ensure RAF personnel and equipment are in the right place at the right time.
RAF Policemen and women work to prevent and detect crime, ensuring the security of personnel, information, and equipment of RAF bases and on operations.
Electrical Technicians maintain and repair a diverse range of electrical equipment, ensuring RAF aircraft are able to take off and complete their missions safely.
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.
Intelligence analysts use state-of-the-art technologies to gather and interpret information, providing vital intelligence to support military forces deployed around the world.
Set up, maintain and operate the equipment behind all RAF operations, from airfield radars to local area networks.
Plan, organise and prepare meals for our personnel at home, overseas, on the ground and in the air. RAF Chefs also cater for VIPs and cook in the field under canvas.
614 Squadron, Ty Llewellyn, Morgan Street CF10 4FG
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