- Based at RAF Odiham, home of the UK Chinook force
- The last RFC unit to stand up before WWI
- Aircraft flown include the Lancaster, Valiant and the Canberra
- Flies the latest Chinook HC6 variant
Providing rapid mobility world-wide in support of the RAF on operations.
By day and by night
On a hurt, seven mullets of six points forming a representation of the constellation Ursa Major - approved by King George VI in June 1939.
1914 - Formed at Farnborough.
1941 - The first RAF unit to operate four-engined bombers in WWII.
2000 - Took part in operations in Sierra Leone.
Western Front 1915-1918
Loos, Somme 1916
Fortress Europe 1941-1944
Biscay Ports 1941-1944
German Ports 1942-1945
France and Germany 1944-1945
SIERRA LEONE 2000
(Honours marked with an asterisk, may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
Please contact the home station Media Communications team for more information or to contact the SquadronMedia enquiries details for RAF Odiham