No 150 Squadron, Royal Air Force

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NO 150 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Raised at Salonika, Greece in April 1918.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 150 Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

In front of a cross voided azure two arrows in saltire Or, the points uppermost.

Origin/meaning

The Cross alludes to the Arms of Greece where the Squadron was formed. The Arrows symbolises the Fighter role. The Motto translates as "Always ahead". The badge was granted in March 1939.


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Literature: Image from https://www.iwm.org.uk/ Information from B.R. Holliss and R. Symonds Knights of the Sky Part Five Numbered Flying Squadrons