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  Welcome to 88 Squadron Association Website
88 Squadron Association was formed in 1990 to reunite ex serving members with their comrades, to produce a regular newsletter, and to organise annual reunions.
Due to shrinkage of the RAF over recent years, and less opportunity to arrange on station reunions, plus an ageing membership, we have now settled down to a central location at Coventry, with easy access for all, with good motorway connections, and close to a mainline rail station.
We are an all ranks association and this is reflected across the membership with aircrew and groundcrew from all theatres and eras in which the squadron saw service.
88-squadron-association-raf.org   (0 words)

Squadron 20 is also the waterfront coordinator and principal squadron involved in planning and executing all SSBN refits with Trident Refit Facility.
Squadron 20 remains the waterfront coordinator and principal squadron involved in planning and executing SSBN refits with the Trident Refit Facility.
Squadron 16 has assumed the role of off-crew training coordinator and principal squadron involved in training and certifying that off-crews are ready to return to their ships.
www.fas.org /man/dod-101/navy/unit/squadron.htm   (855 words)

 Squadron Designations
As Navy squadrons were established, disestablished or redesignated, many of the same letters and numbers were reused and assigned at a later date for newly established or redesignated units, hence, the lineage of a squadron cannot always be traced or linked by using the same designation.
Squadrons such as VAW (Carrier Airborne Early Warning), VAQ (Tactical Electronic Warfare), and VQ (Electronic Countermeasures or Air Reconnaissance) were the result of technical developments in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
The use of an abbreivated squadron designation with different missions occurred in the early 1950s when the VJ designation was used for both photographic squadrons and weather squadrons.
www.history.navy.mil /branches/squades.htm   (1401 words)

 About The Squadron
The Sarasota Sailing Squadron is a club organized to encourage the sport of sailing, to promote the science of seamanship and navigation, to sponsor cruises, races and instruction classes for adults and children, and to foster a spirit of good fellowship, courtesy and sportsmanship; and to provide entertainment and refreshments for members and their guests.
The purpose of the Squadron shall be to encourage the sport of sailing, to promote the science of seamanship and navigation, to sponsor cruises, races and instruction classes for adults and children, and to foster a spirit of good fellowship, courtesy and sportsmanship; to provide entertainment and refreshments for members and their guests.
The bank account maintained by the Squadron pursuant to this paragraph shall be known as the General Treasury and the Treasurer shall report as to the condition of this account and all other accounts maintained by the Squadron at each regular meeting of the Board and at the membership meetings upon request.
www.sarasotasailingsquad.com /aboutthesquadron.htm   (8495 words)

 RAF Leuchars - 43(F) Squadron
After the war, the Squadron briefly moved to Germany, returning to the UK in August 1919 prior to disbandment at the end of the year.
During most of the 1960's the Squadron was based in Cyprus until 1969, when it returned to Leuchars equipped with Phantom FGI aircraft operating in the maritime air defence role.
In November 1990 the Squadron deployed to Saudi Arabia as the lead RAF Tornado F3 Squadron at Dhahran and was on active service throughout the Gulf War, returning to Leuchars in March 1991.
www.leuchars.raf.mod.uk /sqn43.htm   (649 words)

 Rogue Squadron - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
Command of Rogue Squadron changed hands from Luke Skywalker to Wedge Antilles, then briefly to Derek Klivian while the Rogues went independent to battle Ysanne Isard on Thyferra and while Wedge was leading Wraith Squadron, to Tycho Celchu then to Gavin Darklighter and eventually to Jaina Solo.
The Squadron participated in the stealing of the shuttle Tydirium, the rescuing of prisoners captured on Hoth, the First Battle of Bakura, the subsequent pursuit of the Imperial Escort carrier Exploiter to Geonosis, and last but not least, the Battle of Bespin.
They were saved by two squadrons of TIE Defenders, Stranger and Interloper Squadrons, under the command of Colonel Broak Vessery, and taken to a secret base, having suffered the death of 2 pilots and the critical injury and presumed death of 2 more.
starwars.wikia.com /wiki/Rogue_Squadron   (3060 words)

 44 Squadron
The squadron was once again fitted with the DC-3 and continued its role as VIP carrier and transport of man and freight, paratrooping and the supply of an ambulance service.
In July 1992, the squadron was transferred to AFB Waterkloof where it remains to this day and began to operate the C47-T "Turbodak", an upgrade of the older DC-3’s.
The Squadron operated DC-3’s until they were all sent to 35 Squadron in 1997 to serve in the maritime role and 44 Squadron received the CASA 212.
www.af.mil.za /bases/afb_waterkloof/44Sqn.htm   (875 words)

 35 Squadron
This meant that the crews had to be bussed to and from their squadron headquarters at Ysterplaat and DF Malan every morning and afternoon.
It is heart warming to note that the members of 35 Squadron have remained dedicated to their tasks, even though they are rather limited in performing the full spectrum of maritime operations.
In November 1946, the Squadron was informed that Sunderlands would be required for escort duties such as transporting King George VI and the British Royal Family on an official visit to South Africa.
www.af.mil.za /bases/afb_ysterplaat/35sqn.htm   (2978 words)

 3 Squadron RAAF by Neil Smith
Many of the squadron's battle honours had never been recorded on the old Standard, so it was retired to the Chapel at Point Cook in accordance with tradition; leaving the new Colours to display, for all to see at the squadron's present Headquarters, an embroided precis of the most important events in the Squadron's life.
A Sopwith Camel from the RFC's 65 Squadron brought down one of the Gothas and that was about all the excitement that the Squadron were to experience during the months that followed because of the irregular weather which, at times turned into gales and snowstorms and stopped all air activity in the area.
The Squadron's original Commanding Officer, Major David Blake received a transfer to England on the 26th of October and Major W. Anderson was given command of the Squadron now suffering badly from a flu epidemic with over 40 mechanics hospitalised.
www.3squadron.org.au /history.htm   (6990 words)

 Naval Aviation Squadron Lineages
A newly established squadron bearing the same designation of a unit that had previously existed may carry on the traditions of the old organization but it cannot claim the history or lineage of the previous unit.
The insignia of a disestablished squadron may be adopted by another squadron with official approval, but this does not confer upon the new squadron the right to the previous unit's history and lineage.
This squadron was equipped with the FJ Fury and adopted the nickname Vagabonds.
www.history.navy.mil /faqs/faq6-1.htm   (1242 words)

 Squadron Training
Squadron Headquarters (SHQ) runs the squadron in barracks and in the field.
Mobile with their armoured vehicles, these soldiers require all the skills of a recce soldier but are accustomed to spending as much time operating on foot as armoured infantrymen.
We are always on the look-out for mechanics and HGV drivers to operate the Squadron recovery vehicles.
www.army.mod.uk /qoy/main_directory/training/squadron_training.htm   (262 words)

 71 Squadron
The RAF picked an Englishman, W. Churchill, to be Squadron Leader and the squadron was declared operational on 8 October 1940 and assigned the squadron code XR.
The 3 squadrons based at North Weald flew as a Wing and by this time the fight was shifting from purely defensive to taking the fight to the Germans in Northern France.
On 29 September 1942 No. 71 squadron was disbanded and most of it's members joined the the USAAF and were attached to the 334th FS, Fourth Fighter Goup.
www.fourthfightergroup.com /eagles/71.html   (2783 words)

 Navy Patrol Bombing Squadron 14/102 - Squadron History
Segments of the squadron were often sent to various locations in order to satisfy the needs of the Pacific Fleet.
The second week of August the squadron deployed to Eniwetok atoll, in the Marshall Islands, to fly long range patrols as the invasion of Saipan and Tinian commenced.
The squadron would continue to operate in the pacific and on the west coast.
members.tripod.com /~vpb_102/information/squadron_history.html   (1081 words)

 St George Squadron Code of Conduct
The 'St George' Squadron Code of Conduct is the set of standards by which all Officers of the Squadron will live up to and are measured by.
Officers of the Squadron are expected to adhere to the Code of Conduct at all times, especially when communicating with other officers of the Squadron within the game and on this and other forums.
Every Squadron Officer, no matter what rank, should strive to conduct themselves in the spirit of the Royal Navy, a manner which will live up to the Squadrons motto: "Strength in Unity".
www.st-george-squadron.co.uk /coc.htm   (468 words)

 I Fear No man-74sqna R.A.F., Doug Tidy's web site   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Later in the Battle, the squadron was withdrawn temporarily to regroup, returning in the latter stages with a move to Coltishall in September.
Much of the squadron's life was based overseas and this trend was continued with deployment to the Middle East in 1942, operating from Egypt with Hurricanes.
Ironically one of the few squadrons to escape disbandment after the war, 74 converted to the Meteor F3 in 1945 at Colerne, forming the first all-jet fighter wing in the RAF with 504 Squadron.
members.tripod.com /~dptidy/74sqna.html   (2349 words)

 Bullwhip Squadron Association
The BULLWHIP SQUADRON ASSOCIATION is a non-profit organization.
Never forget that the bond we have is very special.
Bullwhip Squadron is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring all Vietnam Veterans who served with the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry between 1965-1972, including Troops E and F, LRRP, and Dog Handlers.
www.bullwhipsquadron.org   (0 words)

 Death Squadron - Wookieepedia, the Star Wars Wiki
Death Squadron was a special unit of the Imperial Navy with several TIE and stormtrooper detachments.
The squadron’s major starships included a flotilla of at least eight Imperial-class Star Destroyers, the Victory-class Star Destroyer Firewind, numerous attack frigates and personnel carriers, as well as Vader's flagship, the Star Dreadnought Executor.
One year later, Death Squadron, under the command of Admiral Firmus Piett, served as the core of the Imperial fleet at the Battle of Endor.
starwars.wikia.com /wiki/Death_Squadron   (418 words)

 EZ Squadron
Welcome to EZ squadron, a place to read about canard aircraft - VariEze, Long-EZ, Defiant, Cozy, Berkut, E-Racer, Velocity and others.
If your a San Diego EZ Squadron member take a look.
The EZ Squadron in San Diego is planning to meet for dinner at the Casa Machado Restaurant on Thursday, the 13th at 6:30 PM.
www.ez.org   (0 words)

 66 (City of Belfast) Support Squadron (Volunteers)
The Squadron acquired the 66 (City of Belfast) name in 2006 after 66 and 69 Squadrons amalgamated to become 69 Squadron.
The Squadron is subdivided into troops or departments depending on the soldiers specialist trade.
The Squadron is commanded by the Officer Commanding, a Major who is supported by the Squadron Sergeant Major.
www.army.mod.uk /royalsignals/40sigregt/66supportsquadron/index.htm   (380 words)

 Phoenix Sail and Power Squadron, Inc.
The squadron was founded in 1960 as a unit of the United States Power Squadrons® whose origin traces back to 1914.
The Phoenix Sail and Power Squadron is made up of men and women who have a common love and appreciation of recreational boating and who are willing to contribute time, energy, and skills to the objectives of the Squadron.
Inquires about squadron membership should be directed to the Phoenix Sail and Power Squadron Membership Chairman, Bill Johnson.
www.usps.org /localusps/phoenix   (336 words)

 The Whizzer (Squadron Supreme)
Not long after, the heroic Squadron Supreme appeared (the Squadron Sinister were explained to have been imitators).
Once he broke the sound barrier, he decided to become a superhero, and was one of the founding members of the Squadron Supreme.
The Squadron will probably be best known for their Utopia Project, in which they attempted to transform their world into a paradise, beginning with America.
www.hyperborea.org /flash/whizzer.html   (424 words)

 Bullwhip Squadron Association Sitemap   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bullwhip Squadron is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring all Vietnam Veterans who served with the 1st Squadron, 9th Cavalry between 1965-1972, including Troops E and F, LRRP, and Dog Handlers.
We encourage you to become members of the Bullwhip Squadron Association and join together for a true reunion of Brothers.
The Bullwhip Squadron Association shall forever march forward with honesty and integrity with complete belief in God, Duty, Honor and Country.
www.bullwhipsquadron.org /sitemap/sitemap.html   (305 words)

 Amazon.com: Wraith Squadron (Star Wars: X-Wing Series, Book 5): Books: Aaron Allston   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wraith Squadron will be used for insurgency missions, the sort that Rogue Squadron performed in the first four books which was out of their specialty.
Wraith Squadron is post of the Bacta War, and starts off with Wedge Antilles, commander of Rogue Squadron, an elite X-Wing squadron responsible for the Death Star destruction, leaving Rogue Squadron for a period of time.
Following the exploits of Rogue Squadron in which Isard was taken down, Antilles decides to put together a unique group of fighters consisting of misfits, failures, and pilots of the edge.
www.amazon.com /Wraith-Squadron-Star-Wars-X-Wing/dp/0553578944   (1805 words)

 Cape Fear Power Squadron
The Cape Fear Power Squadron is a non-profit organization dedicated to safe boating education and promoting high standards of navigation and seamanship..
These rules will define who is expected to do what under any given situation during normal operation of their boat, or in a emergency situation.
If you are a member of the United States Power Squadrons who has moved into this area and want to transfer to the Cape Fear Power Squadron, please contact the Squadron Secretary.
www.capefearpowersquadron.org /index.htm   (500 words)

 History of No. 10 Squadron   (Site not responding. Last check: )
10 Squadron reformed in Townsville as a response to a requirement for an increase RAAF reconnaissance capability.
The acquisition of these aircraft enabled 10 Squadron to extend its area of operations into Southeast Asia and as far afield as Hawaii.
In 1946 10 Squadron received Battle Honours from the Atlantic, Normandy, Bismark, Biscay, Biscay Port, Mediterranean, Engish Channel and North Sea conflicts.
www.defence.gov.au /raaf/mpg/10sqn.htm   (371 words)

 460 Squadron RAAF
Jan (John) Goulevitch, DFC, was a pilot with 460 Squadron and flew one mission in "G" for George.
While he was still alive, I was intrigued with the various stories that he told me about his exploits during his time with 460 Squadron RAAF.
I would be very interested to receive any stories or recollections by former Air Crew and Ground Crew of their time with 460 Squadron RAAF.
home.st.net.au /~dunn/460sqdn.htm   (209 words)

 War of 1812 Shipwrecks
Shortly after the War of 1812 began he was ordered to the lake, where he was to create and command a naval squadron.
On August 31 the U.S. Navy squadron withdrew from the Canadian border to Plattsburgh, New York, where the ships anchored inside the bay and prepared a series of spring lines that enabled them to turn their broadsides to face attack from any direction.
After a bloody, point-blank engagement lasting two and one-half hours, the British squadron surrendered (with the exception of the gunboats, which escaped to Canada).
ina.tamu.edu /LCwarof1812.htm   (1532 words)

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