No 32 (The Royal) Squadron celebrates its centenary in January The past 100 years of service have seen it operate aircraft from the DH2 in the First World.
No. 32 Squadron was one of the most successful Hurricane squadrons of the Battle of Britain, and was credited with 102 victories in the first half of the battle. It then moved to the Mediterranean, taking part in Operation Torch, the invasion of Italy and the liberation of Greece.
No. 32 (The Royal) Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates in the VIP and general air transport roles from RAF Northolt in Greater London. Originally formed in Squadron Badge heraldry : A hunting horn stringed. No 154 Squadron, 322 Wing RAF, Spitfire IX, Poretta, Corsica 1944