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RAAF - Radio Apprentice School Metal Badge - 1948 to 1953



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Description: RAAF - Radio Apprentice School Metal Badge - 1948 to 1953

Maker's Name: Stokes, Melb

Condition: Very Good

Comments: Royal Australian Air Force - Radio Apprentice School Metal Badge - 1948 to 1953. Complete with a single attachment.

Possibly an association badge.

No. 6 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) training and bomber squadron. It was formed in 1917 and served as a training unit based in England during World War I. The squadron was disbanded in 1919 but re-formed at the start of 1939. It subsequently saw combat as a light bomber and maritime patrol squadron during World War II, and took part in the New Guinea Campaign and New Britain Campaign before being disbanded after the war.
The squadron was re-raised in 1948 as the RAAF's bomber operational conversion unit. It has primarily served in this capacity since that time, though it has also maintained a secondary strike capability and was also tasked with reconnaissance duties between 1979 and 1993. No. 6 Squadron is currently based at RAAF Base Amberley, Queensland, and has been equipped with Boeing F/A-18F Super Hornet aircraft since January 2011.

  • Model: AM07514

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