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Providing an 'eye in the sky' giving vital battlefield reconnaissance to support the RAF and coalition partners on operations.
Thou mayst break but shall not bend me
A maple leaf - approved by HM King George VI in June 1937. It commemorates the Squadron's close links with the Canadian Corps during WWI.
1913 - Formed at Farnborough.
1990 – V(Fighter) and 29(Fighter) Sqn were the first RAF units to deploy to the Gulf.
2004 - Reformed with the Sentinel at RAF Waddington.
2011 - Played a vital role in Operation ELLAMY in Libya.
Western Front 1914-1918
North West Frontier 1930-1931
North West Frontier 1935-1939
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
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