No 226 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force

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NO 226 OPERATIONAL CONVERSION UNIT, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Molesworth on August 15, 1946.


Coat of arms (crest) of the No 226 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

Badge: a brown quiver of arrows flighted azure and a torch Or enflamed Or/gules in saltire.
Motto:We sustain.

Origin/meaning

The Quiver symbolises the Role of the Unit to replenishing operational Squadron with Crews. The Torch symbolises learing. The badge was granted in November 1951.


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