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The Badge of the Skulle and bones was used by the Squadron before July 1917. The Motto in Malay translates as "Never stir up a hornets nest".<br>
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The Badge of the Skull and Bones was used by the Squadron before July 1917. The Motto in Malay translates as "Never stir up a hornets nest".<br>
 
Approved in November 1937.
 
Approved in November 1937.
 
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NO 100 SQUADRON, ROYAL AIR FORCE

History: Formed at Hingham in February 1917.

Coat of arms (crest) of the No 100 Squadron, Royal Air Force

Official blazon

In front of two human bones in saltire a skull all proper.

Origin/meaning

The Badge of the Skull and Bones was used by the Squadron before July 1917. The Motto in Malay translates as "Never stir up a hornets nest".
Approved in November 1937.

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