No. 15 Squadron RAAF

No. 15 Squadron RAAF

No. 15 Squadron, RAAF, was a Beaufort squadron that served as an anti- submarine and convoy escort unit from its formation in 1944 as well as.
The RAAF Article XV squadrons were: No. 450 Squadron RAAF · No. 451 Squadron RAAF · No. 452 Squadron RAAF.
XV (Reserve) Squadron of the Royal Air Force operates the Panavia Tornado GR4 from RAF Lossiemouth. Currently XV (Reserve) Squadron is the RAF's  Squadron badge heraldry ‎: ‎A hind's head affro.
No. 15 Squadron RAAF These missions were particularly hazardous and on one. The Australian-built fighters. These helicopters often came under enemy fire. This mission proved to be the Squadron's last torpedo bombing mission. The bullet riddled flying.