LATEST NEWS FROM II(AC) SQUADRON ASSOCIATION
New blue ties in the memorabilia section
The Association is sad to announce the passing of one of the Squadron's former WOs, John Hastie - please follow the link below:
Funeral information for Association members here
Photos from the Meteor Era in the members section here
2016 Squadron Update
An update from OC II(AC) Squadron
2 Squadron footage on BBC Countryfile
Many of you will be aware of the amazing and rare footage of the men and machines of 2 Squadron RFC at Hartlepool in 1914 - BBC Countryfile recently became aware of the footage and sought and received permission from the Association to use some. We understand that a very small part of the film will be on the programme tonight. As they are only able to show a some amount, we have the full footage below:
Opening of the new Squadron building
Wg Cdr Rog Elliott, OC II(AC) Squadron, kindly invited all Association members to RAF Lossiemouth for the opening of the 'Shiny' new Squadron building on 8th April this year. The link below has a short update on the day.
Number II(Army Cooperation) Squadron
No 2 Squadron, Royal Flying Corps, was founded on 13 May 1912 at Farnborough in Hampshire. Now based at Royal Air Force Lossiemouth in Scotland flying the Typhoon FGR4, Number II (Army Cooperation) Squadron is one of the oldest squadron's in the world and has a rich history. Known as 'Shiny Two', the Squadron's mottos are 'Hereward' and 'Second to None' - explore the history of the Squadron through history link as a guest or a member of the association.
II(AC) Squadron Association
The II(AC) Squadron Association aim is to serve as a hub for ex-members and associates of the Squadron, to preserve its history including supporting the Squadron History book and the II(AC) Squadron Memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum.