No 51 Squadron. 51 Squadron took early receipt of UK Rivet Joint aircraft, on 12 November Following an intensive aircraft acceptance process.
No. 51 Squadron spend most of the war serving with the main bomber force of Bomber Command, with the exception of six months in.
No. 51 Squadron of the Royal Air Force most recently operated the Nimrod R1 from RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire until June Crews from No. Squadron Badge heraldry : A goose volant. He died as a passenger in a car crash, travelling with several other officers to the Officers' Mess one morning. Air Member for Materiel. The goose is a fast day and night flyer and its species fly in V-formation as a protective measure. He flew many missions over Germany but his luck was to run. He managed to fire on it and thought he had shot it down as it turned away very quickly and looked to be out of control.