Difference between revisions of "No 1 Squadron, Royal Air Force"

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The Badge symbolises the first flying squadron. The Motto translates as "First in all things". It was approved in July 1936.
 
The Badge symbolises the first flying squadron. The Motto translates as "First in all things". It was approved in July 1936.
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NO 1 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed in 1912 as part of the British Army as No 1 Airship Company, renamed on 19 May 1912 as No 1 Airship and Kite Company. Becoming in May 1916 No 1 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 1 Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

The numeral "1" gules winged Or.

Origin/meaning

The Badge symbolises the first flying squadron. The Motto translates as "First in all things". It was approved in July 1936.


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