List of Royal Australian Air Force independent aircraft flights


List of Royal Australian Air Force independent aircraft flights

This is a list of independent Royal Australian Air Force aircraft flights. It includes flights which did not form part of a parent squadron and flying units of less than squadron status.

Air ambulance units

*No. 1 Air Ambulance Unit RAAF
*No. 2 Air Ambulance Unit RAAF

Air-sea rescue flights

*No. 111 Air-Sea Rescue Flight RAAF
*No. 112 Air-Sea Rescue Flight RAAF
*No. 113 Air-Sea Rescue Flight RAAF
*No. 114 Air-Sea Rescue Flight RAAF
*No. 115 Air-Sea Rescue Flight RAAF

Air observation post flights

*No. 16 Air Observation Post Flight RAAF
*No. 17 Air Observation Post Flight RAAF

Communication units

*No. 1 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 2 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 3 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 4 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 5 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 6 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 7 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 8 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 9 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 10 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 11 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 12 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 13 Communication Unit RAAF
*No. 30 Communication Unit RAAF

Forward air control flights

*No. 4 Forward Air Control Flight RAAF
*Forward Air Control Development Unit RAAF

Transport flights

*No. 9 Local Air Supply Unit RAAF
*No. 10 Local Air Supply Unit RAAF
*No. 12 Local Air Supply Unit RAAF
*No. 33 Flight RAAF
*No. 200 Flight RAAF
*Governor-General's Flight RAAF
*RAAF Transport Flight (Japan)
*RAAF Transport Flight Vietnam
*Transport Support Flight RAAF
*Transport Flight Butterworth RAAF

Miscellaneous flights

*No. 1 Long Range Flight RAAF
*No. 101 Flight RAAF
*No. 201 Flight RAAF
*Antarctic Flight RAAF
*Seaplane Training Flight RAAF
*Survey Flight RAAF
*Target Towing and Special Duties Flight RAAF
*RAAF Washington Flying Unit


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