The Nuneaton-based Air Cadets knew it was an important night for the entire Squadron when their Wing Staff Officer, Squadron Leader Bryan Coats conducted the unit's recent annual inspection.
What does SQN LDR stand for?
SQN LDR stands for Squadron Leader
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Abhyankar, Squadron Leader Sukhdeep Singh and Flight Lieutenant Maneesh Singh, led by Squadron Leader S.
The Chief of the Air Staff Trophy for overall best performance in the course was awarded to Squadron Leader Nouman Ali Khan while Air Officer Commanding Trophy for the best performance in Air Defence Course was awarded to Squadron Leader Faisal Iqbal.
Squadron leader Tony Pickering, one of few fighter pilots still alive who flew both Hurricane and Spitfire planes during the Second World War, will be at the show where he will be reunited with Spitfire number K9942, which he flew during the war.
Squadron Leader Brian Daly deployed to Afghanistan in April 2010 for a 12-month tour.
Squadron Leader Glen Holmes said rescuers the worst as initial reports suggested the woman had lost her consciousness and suffered serious head injuries and a broken limb.
He said the patience of his commanding officer, Squadron Leader Barnard, snapped while waiting for the order to bring home the several hundred stricken POWs.
Marcus Begley, Lauren Barker and Natasha Kitchen were presented with their RAF Sixth Form Scholarships by Squadron Leader Jim Tait.