Difference between revisions of "No 206 Squadron, Royal Air Force"

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History: Formed at Petite Snythe as No 6 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service. Becoming on 1 April 1918 No 206 Squadron, RAF.
  
 
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The Octopus is a very active animal and is reputed even to jump into the Air. Thus indicating the Air and Sea. The Motto transaltes as "Nothing escapes us".<br>
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The Badge was approved in March 1938.
 
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NO 206 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Petite Snythe as No 6 Squadron, Royal Naval Air Service. Becoming on 1 April 1918 No 206 Squadron, RAF.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 206 Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

An octopus proper.

Origin/meaning

The Octopus is a very active animal and is reputed even to jump into the Air. Thus indicating the Air and Sea. The Motto transaltes as "Nothing escapes us".
The Badge was approved in March 1938.

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