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The Dagger is an old established emblem used by the Squadron. The Lynx's head symbolises vigilance. The Badge was approved in February 1937.
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The Dagger is an old established emblem used by the Squadron. The Lynx's head symbolises vigilance. The Badge was approved in February 1937.<br>
 
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The Motto translates as "We assist by watching".
 
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NO 13 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed in January 1915 at Gosport.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 13 Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

In front of a dagger a Lynx's head affrontee.

Origin/meaning

The Dagger is an old established emblem used by the Squadron. The Lynx's head symbolises vigilance. The Badge was approved in February 1937.
The Motto translates as "We assist by watching".

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