Awarded: February 1972

Blazon: In front of a Circular Chain Or on a Rocky Mount a Cyprus Mouflon statant head affrontee all proper

Link: The Cyprus Mouflon (Ovis Orientalis Ophion) standing upon a rocky mount associates the unit with its geographical location and the continuous chain in front of which the Mouflon is set is intended to symbolise the world-wide Defence Communications       Network

Motto: Swift and secure

History: Formed as RAF Signals Centre Cyprus at RAF Ayios Nikolaos on 1 June 1956. Renamed RAF Communications Centre, Cyprus on 1 April 1959, before being re-designated No. 12 Signals Unit on 1 June 1969. Disbanded 1 Sept 2002

Sponsored by Ivon Nigel Moore and dedicated to all who served with No. 12 Signals Unit