Awarded: September 1937
Blazon: In front of two Keys in saltire Or and a Claymore erect proper a double Rose Gules seeded and barbed proper.
Link: One key stands for the skill required to fly whilst the other represents the knowledge needed to operate aircraft in war. The Claymore alludes to courage and, together with the rose for Montrose, the location in Scotland.
Motto: Latin: More Optimo Exercemur – We train in the best traditions.
History: Formed Montrose 1 January 1936. Disbanded Swinderby 19 March 1964.
Commissioned by Montrose Air Station Museum Trust and dedicated to all who served at RAF Montrose.