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Squadron Patch - No. 37 Squadron, RAAF (Middle East 2004 Deployment Patch)

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Description: Squadron Patch - No. 37 Squadron, RAAF (Middle East 2004 Deployment Patch)

Condition: Very Good

Comments: Squadron Patch - No. 37 Squadron, RAAF (Middle East 2004 Deployment Patch).

No. 37 Squadron is a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) airlift squadron. Formed in July 1943 at RAAF Station Laverton, Victoria, it currently operates C-130J Hercules aircraft from RAAF Base Richmond, New South Wales. The unit saw active service flying C-60 Lodestars and C-47 Dakotas in World War II, before being disbanded in 1948. It reformed at Richmond in 1966 with C-130E Hercules, and operated flights between Australia and South-East Asia during the Vietnam War. The squadron has since been heavily involved in disaster relief in Australia and the region, as well as peacekeeping missions in the Pacific and the Middle East. It converted to the C-130J in 1999, and between 2006 and 2012 also operated C-130Hs transferred from No. 36 Squadron.

  • Model: AM09356

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