Awarded: August 1943 (BR161)

Blazon: In front of a Rising Sun Or a Lion passant guardant Gules

Link: The unit was subscribed for by the British community in the Argentine. The gift is commemorated by a lion – symbolic of the British – and reference to the sun which appears on the ensign of the Argentine Republic.

Motto: Spanish: Firmes volamos – Firmly we fly

History: Formed as a nucleus on 1 June 1918 but disbanded on 4 July 1918. Re-formed on 6 April 1942 at Peterhead and was re-numbered No 63 Squadron at Middle Wallop on 31 August 1946

Sponsored by Just Wood and dedicated to all who served with No 164 (Argentine-British) Squadron

Battle Honours: No Standard.