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* [[Women's Royal Naval Service, Royal Navy]]
* [[Women's Royal Naval Service, Royal Navy]]
* [[Royal Naval Reserve Southwick (HMS Dryad), Royal Navy]]
* [[Royal Naval Reserve Southwick (HMS Dryad), Royal Navy]]
* [[Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Sussex, Royal Navy]]
* [[Dartmouth Training Squadron, Royal Navy]]
* [[Dartmouth Training Squadron, Royal Navy]]
* [[H.M. Dockyard Malta, Royal Navy]]
* [[H.M. Dockyard Malta, Royal Navy]]

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Squadrons in the 300-series was formed during World War II from those Nationalities that wanted to continue the Fight after thier Countries had be occupied by Germany. No 400-series Squadrons was formed form Commonwealth Countries Australia, Canada and New Zealand and are shown under thier respective Countries. No 600-series Squadrons was mainly Auxiliary Air Force Units (Royal Auxiliary Air Force from 1947). Higher 600 Numbers was used by Artillery Spotting Squadrons, later transferred to the Army Air Corps.

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