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51 Squadron

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His Majesty King George VI approved a goose volant in December 1937. It was chosen as a play on the word 'Anson', which the Squadron was flying when the badge was being designed, and ‘Anser’ which is the Latin word for Goose. As the goose is a fast day and night flyer and one of the heavier wild fowl, it was deemed appropriate for a Bomber Squadron.

Next Reunion Is

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51 Squadron Crest
51 Squadron Crest
Bomber Command Crest
Bomber Command Crest

Sunday, May 11th, 2014
Sunday, Nov. 9th, 2014

My wife Paula and I shall be attending the next reunion on May 11th, 2014. Looking forward to seeing everyone again. 

Extra Extra Check out the latest Newsletter!
Ceremony will be held Saturday April 19th, 2014 at Ly-Fontaine, France to honour the crews of 158 and 51 Sqdn. who collided over Tergnier's April 18th 1944. Anyone can attend. Details are in the Events section.