Difference between revisions of "No 32 The Royal Squadron, Royal Air Force"

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History: Formed at Netheravon in January 1916. In 1995 amalgamated with the Queen's Flight to become No 32 The Royal Squadron.
  
 
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A hunting horn Or stringed azure.
  
 
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The Hunting Horn symbolises the former role to hunt the enemy as a Fighter Squadron. The Badge was approved in December 1936. <br>
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The Motto translates as "Rally round comrades".
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NO 32 THE ROYAL SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Netheravon in January 1916. In 1995 amalgamated with the Queen's Flight to become No 32 The Royal Squadron.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 32 The Royal Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

A hunting horn Or stringed azure.

Origin/meaning

The Hunting Horn symbolises the former role to hunt the enemy as a Fighter Squadron. The Badge was approved in December 1936.
The Motto translates as "Rally round comrades".


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