Awarded: November 1951

Blazon: In front of a Port between two Towers proper each charged with a rose Gules the Portcullis lowered Or two Arrows points upwards Argent flighted Gules entwined by a Jess Argent surmounted by a Bell Or.

Link: The port and towers allude to Odiham Castle whilst the portcullis comes from the badge of Fighter Command. The roses are from the Arms of Hampshire and the arrows represent the speed of the aircraft flown from the station. The jess and bell representing a falconer and his bird, allude to the control of hunting aircraft and refer to the role of squadrons at the station.

Motto: Promise and Fulfil

History: Opened 18 October 1937 Remains current. (May 2008)