No 6 Squadron, Royal Air Force
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NO 6 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE
History: The Squadron was raised at Farnborough in January 1914.
An Eagle, wings elevated, preying on a serpent.
Motto: Oculi exercitus = Eyes of the Army
The badge is based on the unofficial Badge showing an Eagle within the Number 6. The badge was granted by King George VI in January 1938.
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