Flying squadron

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a squadron of observation or practice, that cruises rapidly about from place to place.

See also: Squadron

References in classic literature ?
See, the flying squadron is advancing, as good Queen Catherine used to say.
Like its flying squadron, the 44th Fighter Group also carries a name with a rich military history.
Both Airmen are Reservists assigned to the 18th Air Refueling Squadron, the flying squadron of the 931 st Air Refueling Group.
Chastity Forrest is in charge of life support for the 18th Air Refueling Squadron, the flying squadron for Air Force Reserve Command's 931st Air Refueling Group at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan.
The "firsts" continued in 1993 when General Mullis became the first woman in the Air Force Reserve to command a flying squadron.
first black woman to command an Air Force flying squadron.
While in training, they will be looking for a flying squadron to sponsor them, meaning they belong to that squadron and fly for them after training.
During his illustrious career, he has commanded College of Flying Training (CFT) at PAF Academy Risalpur and a flying Squadron.
He has commanded a Flying Squadron and a Flying Wing.
CLUB: Wollongong Yacht Club, Greenwich Flying Squadron and Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, NSW
In fact, the 1st Reconnaissance Squadron is the oldest flying squadron in the U.
Rice Post 33 American Legion in Uxbridge and served on the Flying Squadron for many years, a member of the Nazarene Church, and a former member of the Taft Memorial Methodist Church, both in Uxbridge.