No 241 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force

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NO 241 OPERATIONAL CONVERSION UNIT, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Dishforth in January 1948.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 241 Operational Conversion Unit, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

Badge: On a terrestial globe a York Rose.
Motto: Teach well.


Origin/meaning

The York Rose alludes to the location of the Unit in Yorkshire. It also symbolises the York Aircraft flown when the Badge was granted. The Globe symbolises the Worldwide Area of Operations the Trainees will serve. The badge was granted in March 1949.


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