Our aim is to catalogue and preserve the heraldic badges of all RAF units past and present.

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Book Reviews – Stations: UK Locations

This section includes listing or review of the following books (in alphabetical order of units): Binbrook … Offence to Defence! RAF Binbrook: Stewart Scott / John Jackson: GMS Enterprises, 1990: Paperback 72pp Church Fenton … Fighting Church Fenton...
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Aviation Museum

Aviation Museums City of Norwich Aviation...
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Airfield Map

Filter byAllMuseum Get Directions For Driving Walking Transit Bicycling   show options hide options Avoid Tolls Avoid Highways Avoid Ferries From To Fetching directions...... Reset directions Print directions Airfield Location Map The airfield map shown here...
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Aviation History Research Centre (AHRC)

The Aviation History Research Centre (AHRC) supports the RAF Heraldry Trust AHRC...
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Radar Research Flying Unit (RRFU)

Blazon: An Eagle displayed wings inverted Or holding in each claw a Flash of Lightning Gules Link: The badge is symbolic of an aircraft fitted with radio apparatus. The eagle holding flashes of lightning in both claws also symbolises the reliance the service places on...
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Blazon: A Mast and Sail of a Ship proper Link: The badge is indicative of flying boats repaired and serviced at the station. It also has reference to the Arms of Greenock which include a ship in full sail. Date of Issue: June 1945 Motto: Gaelic: A’l cu, ail-suas N’as...
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Greenham Common

Blazon: Issuant from an Astral Crown Or the upper part of an Ionic Pillar proper thereon an Eagle affrontee wings extended the head lowered an to the sinister of the first Link: This badge is a Close Copy of the badge granted to Support Command which supported other...
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UK Mobile Air Movements Squadron (MAMS)

Blazon: In front of a Compass Rose of four points Azure a Swift volant wings in bend sinister Or Link: The device is intended to portray the unit’s role. The squadron is a quick reaction force of mobile and highly skilled air movements specialists who are capable of...
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51 Squadron RAF Regiment

Blazon: In front of a Seax in bend sinister a Cheetah courant both proper Link: The cheetah, a swift, aggressive animal capable of being controlled is depicted in full course and the seax with its cutting edge to the dexter emphasising its military use refers to the...
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