No 203 Squadron, Royal Air Force
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NO 203 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE
History: Formed at Eastchurch in August 1914 as No 3 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service. Becoming on 1 April 1918 No 203 Squadron, RAF.
Badge: A winged sea-horse proper.
Motto: Occidens oriensque.
When stationed in the Persian Gulf the Personnel of the Squadron noticed many Seahorses on the beach and adopted this design as a Badge. The Motto translates as "West and East". The badge was granted in February 1937.
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