No. 6 Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates the Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 at RAF Lossiemouth.It was previously equipped with the Jaguar GR.3 in the close air support and tactical reconnaissance roles, and was posted to RAF Coltishall, Norfolk until April 2006, moving to RAF Coningsby until disbanding in May 2007. The squadron officially reformed as a Typhoon squadron on 6 September 2010.

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  • No. 6 Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates the Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 at RAF Lossiemouth.It was previously equipped with the Jaguar GR.3 in the close air support and tactical reconnaissance roles, and was posted to RAF Coltishall, Norfolk until April 2006, moving to RAF Coningsby until disbanding in May 2007. The squadron officially reformed as a Typhoon squadron on 6 September 2010. (en)
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  • *El Hamma
  • *Amiens(1918)
  • *Hindenburg Line(1918)
  • *Loos(1915)
  • *Somme(1916)*
  • *Ypres(1915)*
  • *Ypres(1917)
  • * (Honours marked with an asterisk may be emblazoned on the Squadron Standard)
  • *Neuve Chappelle(1915)*
  • *Western Front(1914–1918)*
  • *Egypt and Libya (1940–1943)*
  • *El Alamein* (1942)
  • *Gulf(1991)*
  • *Iraq(1919–1920)
  • *Italy (1944-1945)*
  • *Kurdistan(1922–1924)
  • *Palestine (1936–1939)
  • *South-East Europe (1944-1945)
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  • Aneagle, wings elevated, preying on aserpent. The use of theRoyal Regiment of Artillery'sred lightning bolt on a light background, was adopted in recognition of the squadron's close cooperation with the Royal Artillery during the First World War. The badge was approved byKing George VIin January 1938.
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  • Oculi Exercitus
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  • No. 6 Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates the Eurofighter Typhoon FGR.4 at RAF Lossiemouth.It was previously equipped with the Jaguar GR.3 in the close air support and tactical reconnaissance roles, and was posted to RAF Coltishall, Norfolk until April 2006, moving to RAF Coningsby until disbanding in May 2007. The squadron officially reformed as a Typhoon squadron on 6 September 2010. (en)
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  • No. 6 Squadron RAF (en)
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  • 'The Flying Tin Openers' (en)
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