111 Squadron Royal Air Force
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Formed at Deir-el-Belah, Palestine 01-08-1917. Motto: Adstantes (Standing by) Fighter Squadron. (Code TM, JU (42-47)
Hawker Hurricane I

Hawker Hurricane I This is my favorite British Aircraft from the Second World War. It was the real work horse during the Battle of Britain.

ROYAL AIR FORCE 1950 - 1967 (RAF-T 3504) Mechanics work on an English Electric Lightning F.1As of No 111 Squadron at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk.

Mechanics work on an English Electric Lightning of No 111 Squadron at RAF Wattisham, Suffolk.

English Electric Lightning F2A 111 "Tremblers" Sqn RAF Wattisham  1960's

English Electric Lightning 111 "Tremblers" Sqn RAF Wattisham My uncle Flt Sgt Ken Holland was based there when this photo was taken.

English Electric Lightning F2A 111 "Tremblers" Sqn RAF Wattisham  1960's

English Electric Lightning 111 "Tremblers" Sqn RAF Wattisham My uncle Flt Sgt Ken Holland was based there when this photo was taken.

Black Arrows.

Hawker Hunter of the Royal Air Force's Black Arrows (No. 111 Squadron) aerobatic display team late and early Forerunners of today's Red Arrows team.

F-4 Phantom: Royal Air Force/111 Squadron  XV570 RAF Waddington

RAF 111 Squadron Phantom is pictured at RAF Waddington on April

XP754/R Lightning F3 111 Squadron, RAF Wattisham, NAS Yeovilton, Sept 1974. Photo Copyright: Mike Freer

Aircraft Carrier, Lightning, Military Aircraft, Military Jets, Bristol, Cold War, Awesome, Fighter Jets, Wings

Sgt Otakar "Ota" Hrubý stands by Hurricane Mk I JU-P at RAF Dyce in 1940. On a combat practice flight 7 days after joining No 111 Squadron RAF at RAF Drem on 9 October, the 26-year-old Czech crashed on landing in a field at Turriff. Escaping slightly injured, he reported back to flying duties 9 days later.

Sgt Otakar "Ota" Hrubý stands by Hurricane Mk I JU-P at RAF Dyce in 1940. On a combat practice flight 7 days after joining No 111 Squadron RAF at RAF Drem on 9 October, the 26-year-old Czech crashed on landing in a field at Turriff. Escaping slightly injured, he reported back to flying duties 9 days later.

A Panavia Tornado F3 operated by QinetiQ and still in its 'Temblers' 111 Squadron markings makes history as the very last Tornado F3 to fly low level. This jet landed at Leeming to be RTP'd.  Photographer: Lloyd Horgan

A Panavia Tornado operated by QinetiQ and still in its 'Temblers' 111 Squadron markings makes history as the very last Tornado to fly low level. This jet landed at Leeming to be RTP'd.

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