No 608 (North Riding) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

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NO 608 (NORTH RIDING) SQUADRON, ROYAL AUXILIARY AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Thornaby in March 1939.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 608 (North Riding) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force

Official blazon

A falcon's leg azure armed gules, belled and jessed Or.
Motto: Omnibus ungulis = With all talons.

Origin/meaning

The badge symbolises the Fighter role of the Squadron. It was granted in July 1937.


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