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824 Naval Air Squadron Fairey Swordfish of 824 Squadron Active 1933–1989 2001–Present day Country United Kingdom Branch Royal Air Force (1933–1939) Royal Navy Role Training Part of Fleet Air Arm Garrison/HQ RNAS Culdrose Motto Spectat Ubique Spiritus "Behold, the wind all around them" Equipment Merlin HM Mk1 Battle honours Calabria 1940 Mediterranean 1940 Taranto 1940 Libya 1940 Malta Convoys 1942 Arctic 1944 Falkland Islands 1982 [1] 824 Naval Air Squadron is a Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm squadron first formed on 3 April 1933, disbanding and reforming several times before assuming its current role at RNAS Culdrose as a training squadron. The squadron was originally formed on 3 April 1933 as a spotter reconnaissance squadron.[2] During World War II, the squadron carried out various duties, such as convoy protection, bombing raids, spotting for gunnery bombardments and attacks on enemy destroyers. The squadron took part in the Battle of Taranto on 11th November 1940, where together with aircraft from 813, 815 and 819 squadrons flying from HMS Illustrious, successfully sunk several Italian battleships. It was disbanded 10 times between 1934 and 1970, in that time it was equipped with the Fairey Seal, Fairey Swordfish, Fairey Barracuda, Fairey Firefly and finally the Fairey Gannet. [2] The squadron participated in the Falklands War, later responsible for trials of the Sea King helicopter. The squadron finally disbanded in August 1989 and its aircraft were transferred to 819 Naval Air Squadron at Prestwick.[2] 824 Naval Air Squadron reformed on 2 June 2000 at RNAS Culdrose, equipped with eight Merlin HM Mk 1 helicopter. It trains Pilots, Observers and Aircrewmen on the Merlin Mk1 helicopter in Anti-Submarine Warfare and Search and Rescue.[3] References ^ Fleet Air Arm Battle Honours ^ a b c 824 Squadron's official history ^ 824 Training Ethos v · d · e Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm aircraft squadrons Currently active squadrons 700 • 702 • 703 • 705 • 727 • 750 • 771 • 792 • 800 • 814 • 815 • 820 • 824 • 829 • 845 • 846 • 847 • 848 • 849 • 854 • 857 • Gannet SAR Inactive squadrons 701 • 704 • 706 • 707 • 708 • 709 • 710 • 711 • 712 • 713 • 714 • 715 • 716 • 717 • 718 • 719 • 720 • 721 • 722 • 723 • 724 • 725 • 726 • 728 • 728B • 729 • 730 • 731 • 732 • 733 • 734 • 735 • 736 • 737 • 738 • 739 • 740 • 741 • 742 • 743 • 744 • 745 • 746 • 747 • 748 • 749 • 751 • 752 • 753 • 754 • 755 • 756 • 757 • 758 • 759 • 760 • 761 • 762 • 763 • 764 • 765 • 766 • 767 • 768 • 769 • 770 • 772 • 773 • 774 • 775 • 776 • 777 • 778 • 779 • 780 • 781 • 782 • 783 • 784 • 785 • 786 • 787 • 788 • 789 • 790 • 791 • 793 • 794 • 795 • 796 • 797 • 798 • 799 • 801 • 802 • 803 • 804 • 805 • 806 • 807 • 808 • 809 • 810 • 811 • 812 • 813 • 816 • 817 • 818 • 819 • 821 • 822 • 823 • 825 • 826 • 827 • 828 • 830 • 831 • 832 • 833 • 834 • 835 • 836 • 837 • 838 • 840 • 841 • 842 • 850 • 851 • 852 • 853 • 855 • 856 • 860 • 861 • 870 • 871 • 877 • 878 • 879 • 880 • 881 • 882 • 883 • 884 • 885 • 886 • 887 • 888 • 889 • 890 • 891 • 892 • 893 • 894 • 895 • 896 • 897 • 898 • 899 • 1700 · 1701  • 1702  • 1703 • 1770 • 1771 • 1772 • 1790 • 1791 • 1792 • 1820 • 1830 • 1831 • 1832 • 1833 • 1834 • 1835 • 1836 • 1837 • 1838 • 1839 • 1840 • 1841 • 1842 • 1843 • 1844 • 1845 • 1846 • 1847 • 1848 • 1849 • 1850 • 1851 • 1852 • 1853 Display teams Fred's Five • Simon's Sircus • Blue Herons • Sharks • Black Cats Other units Fleet Requirements and Aircraft Direction Unit • Royal Navy Historic Flight