Flying squadron


Also found in: Wikipedia.
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.
During his career, he has commanded a Flying Squadron and a Support Wing.
32 (The Royal) Squadron, the resident flying squadron at the unit, which provides air transport to UK government and military leaders on official business will operate their aircraft from RAF Benson in Oxfordshire.
He will also visit different Flying Squadron, 214 Maintenance and Overhauling Unit and Bangabandhu Aeronautical Centre of BAF Base Bangabandhu.
"I wanted to get back and be a flying squadron commander in a time of war," he said, having come from an operational C-5 unit at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, prior to that assignment.
(10) At last the first black flying squadron in history would have a chance to show what it could do in combat, and Davis would lead them there.
The squadron was formed March 5, 1913, giving it the distinction of being the oldest flying squadron still in existence.
The world renowned flying squadron will be performing a fly past over Farnborough at 2.05pm as well as flying over central London.
"Obviously it was frustrating," said Maloney, who became among the first women to join a combat military flying squadron and was deployed to the Arabian Gulf.
'Shooter Squadron' is an innovative idea of establishing a temporary flying squadron which would serve as a lead in fighter training.
Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point's flying squadron Marine Transport Squadron 1 has attained an amazing milestone of 250,000 mishap-free flight hours, as they moved into fiscal year FY 2016.
During his illustrious career, he has commanded College of Flying Training (CFT) at PAF Academy Risalpur and a flying Squadron.