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Responsible for training the RAF's strategic air mobility fleet.
Prepared for all things
A Blackcock – approved by HM King George VI in June 1937. Chosen because of its speed and strength on the wing, the cock is in fighting attitude to suggest the Squadron’s ability to turn itself into a war fighting unit at short notice despite a peacetime training role.
1915 - Formed at Hounslow as a DH.2 scout unit.
1945 - Began short-range operations on Dakotas.
1945 - Supported personnel movement during the Nuremberg Trials.
2013 - Became the Air Mobility Operational Conversion Unit for the Hercules, Atlas and C-17.
RAF Brize Norton
Western Front 1916-1918*
France and Low Countries 1939-1940*
North Africa 1942-1943*
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
C-17 Globemaster III
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