Sa Air Force

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8 Flight Army Air Corps
8 Flight Army Air Corps is one of the Independent Flights within the British Army's Army Air Corps. 8 Flight is attached to the Special Air Service and based alongside them in Hereford ... The flight provides the SAS with their own light Special Operations Aviation support ...
Star Of South Africa (military Decoration) - Recipients
... Commandant-General SA Air Force Commandant-General SADF 13 May 1960 Grobbelaar, P.H ... Maj Gen SA Army Deputy Commandant-General 13 May 1960 Hiemstra, R.C ... Maj Gen SA Air Force Inspector-General SADF 13 May 1960 Viljoen, B.G ...
Recipients - Honoris Crux (1st Type)
... Medal Number Name Service Rank Unit Date of action Action cited for Möller A.P SA Air Force Capt 19 Squadron 1973/01/26 002 Heim G.L SA Air Force Capt 16 Squadron ... SA Air Force F/Sgt 16 Squadron 1974/12/07 ...
Recipients - Honoris Crux (2nd Type)
... Holtzhausen L.J Major 001. 05-Oct-75 Infantry School SA Infantry Corps SA Army Holm J.W Capt † 002. 23-Nov-75 Danie Theron Combat School SA Infantry Corps SA. 011. 12-Dec-75 1 Special Service Battalion SA Armoured Corps SA Army Venter P.M 2/Lt 012. 12-Jan-76 1 Special Service Battalion SA Armoured Corps SA Army Burger J.J WO2 013. 01-Jun ... Captain 048. 04-May-78 24 Squadron SA Air Force SA Air Force Klopper L.J Sgt 049. 02-Jan-75 1 Reconnaissance Regiment SA Infantry Corps SA Army Fourie D.H Lt 050. 06-Sep-78 4 ...
800 Naval Air Squadron
800 Naval Air Squadron was a Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm carrier based squadron formed on 3 April 1933 by amalgamating No's 402 and 404 (Fleet Fighter) Flights ...

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